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  • A WPF Book?

    Recently, I was approached by a well known publisher and offered the possibility of writing a beginner level book on WPF. I was hoping to get some feedback from my readers. If you have any thoughts, please comment. I will be putting together a preliminary plan for the book shortly and would love hear...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 09-27-2007
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  • WPF Gotcha: Cannot locate Resource "FileName.xaml"

    Today I was working with a WPF project and when I went to run the application I got the following error 'Cannot locate resource 'FileName.xaml'. Note, this is NOT a compiler error, this is a runtime error. When I opened up the App.xaml file, the StartupUri appeared to be correct, but I would still get...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 08-05-2007
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  • As I was saying...

    Just yesterday I was talking about the lack of interesting details surrounding updates to WPF in the upcoming .NET 3.5/VS2008. Rob Relyea and Scott Guthrie promised to provide more details soon and MS kindly released a "feature complete" VS2008 Beta 2 yesterday. Here's a post about some of the new features...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 07-27-2007
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  • What happened to WPF?

    With the release of VS2008 approaching, there is an increasing amount of discussion about its upcoming features. These include things like new C# language capabilities, LINQ, WCF/WF improvements and new features, fancy JS/CSS editing capabilities and support for ASP.NET AJAX among other things. One big...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 07-26-2007
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  • Lets hurry and get to QA so we can get our Requirements...:(

    I was chatting with a buddy last week and he told me that during a recent meeting, one of the consultants he was working made this statement. 'We need to hurry up and get to QA so we can get the requirements for this release'. If that one sentence does not speak volumes, I don't know what does. When...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 07-18-2007
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  • Rant: Sharepoint SDK Installation

    Today I needed to install the sharepoint SDK because I need to write some code to access it. So I installed the OfficeServerSDK.exe setup which contains all the SDK stuff. After it is installed I had to ‘find’ where on my drive it was placed. After some hunting, I found it on my E: drive. Great. Inside...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 07-13-2007
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  • WPF Enterprise Example

    I've got a number of comments and emails from people who have not been able to locate my article on DotNetSlackers . Their site is not the best example of UI design I have ever seen and has caused problems with people who want to view or vote for the article :( If you would like to read the article go...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 07-12-2007
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  • MS Updates Break WPF

    Today Windows auto-updated itself with several patches. To my dismay, after the updates were installed, all of my WPF applications started performing very poorly. After systematically uninstalling the patches I discovered that the two updates for Office 2003 were the culprits. So, if you have noticed...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 07-11-2007
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  • Learning 'bad coding practices' while studying for a Certification :(

    Ok, I will admit, maybe I am being a little nit picky here. However, it is driving me crazy. As I have posted in prior post ( here and here ), I am in the middle of studying for the MCTS exam #70-536. As I am reading though the book, looking over the code snippets I notice some of the 'bad' practices...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 07-02-2007
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  • Introducing: Ninja Browser

    Well, with all of the hoopla surrounding Safari for Windows, I thought I'd make my own contribution to the browser wars: Ninja Browser. I call it "Ninja Browser" because you can code it so fast, you'll feel like a XAML ninja afterwards! Below is the entire XAML source for the browser: <Window xmlns...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 06-19-2007
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  • Bad Data Grid, Bad... Don't swallow your Excpetions

    The other day I was working on hunting down an issue in the application at my new company. It appeared to be pretty straight forward find. It was the standard 'Object not set to instance of an object' message. After getting some guidance as to how to use the system and reproduce the issue, I was off...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 06-16-2007
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  • WPF Tutorial

    For those of you who read my series of posts on WPF, dotnetslackers has posted an article that I called "WPF Tutorial". It combines all the content from my WPF posts into a single article. I also updated the information and did another editing pass. So if these posts have been of use to you in the past...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 05-16-2007
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  • MVC, Desktop Clients, & WPF

    I've spent the majority of my career as a Web developer, and I've only recently (with the discovery of MonoRail) really felt good about it. I mean to say, that a true MVC framework facilitates simple and elegant Web development, whereas in the past (with classic ASP and WebForms) I always felt that something...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 04-11-2007
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  • .NET 3.0 Crash Course - Part 8: WPF Conclusion

    Before we move on to WF I want to mention a few more WPF resources and give some other directions for you to pursue in your learning of this pillar. With the release of .NET 3.0 in December, there has been a lot more activity on the web. Here are a few cool things to check out: Dominoken The British...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 01-30-2007
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  • .NET 3.0 Crash Course - Part 7: WPF Animation and 3D

    The final frontier… This is the last set of WPF features that I want to cover before moving into a series of posts on Windows Workflow Foundation. Both animation and 3D are large areas when examined individually. In this post I would like to cover them both generally. Mostly, I will point out a number...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 01-08-2007
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