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  • Response to 'WPF, What am I missing...Am I slow?'

    Derik Whittaker , a very experienced WinForms developer, has written a post about his initial frustrations with WPF since its recent release. He brings up some very valid points and asks why he should bother with it anymore. I would like to address some of his questions and concerns and hopefully show...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 11-13-2006
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml
  • .NET 3.0 Crash Course - Part 5: WPF Databinding and DataTemplates

    Databinding and Data Templates are perhaps the most powerful features of WPF. Whatever your experiences with databinding in previous technologies, MS or otherwise, I think you will be impressed with the new goods. To begin with, support for datadinding is built into WPF from its core. Almost every graphics...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 11-10-2006
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, databinding
  • Game Programming with .NET 3.0

    Introduction Rob Eisenberg and I are writing a game in .NET 3.0. We entered the game into Microsoft Code Master Challenge and we made the semi-finals. Today we had to make a 20 minute online presentation to a panel of judges using Microsoft's new Live Meeting, and while the presentation did not go as...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 11-09-2006
    Filed under: WPF, Game Development, .NET 3.0
  • .NET 3.0 Crash Course - Part 4: WPF Layout

    In the last part I covered the basics of Xaml and how you can use it to define various UI constructs. When building a UI, one of the first issues you’ll deal with is how to arrange all of the UI pieces on screen. In previous MS technologies we have had limited support for layout. .NET 2.0 offers...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 10-09-2006
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml
  • .NET 3.0 Crash Course - Part 3: Down and Dirty With Xaml

    Xaml stands for eXtensible Application Markup Language. You can think of it as HTML for Windows applications, but it is really quite a bit more expressive and powerful. For those of you code junkies out there, Xaml is really no more than a special type of CLR object serialization. It was intentionally...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 10-02-2006
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml
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