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  • Introducing 'Caliburn': An MVC/MVP WPF Framework

    Caliburn is a WPF framework geared towards the creation of testable, maintainable and extensible client applications. It has strong support for MVC/MVP as well as many other features useful in the creation of a modern Windows application. I started building an early version of this framework in the first...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 01-07-2008
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml, .NET 3.5, Caliburn, Featured
  • 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
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml
  • .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
    Filed under: WPF, .NET 3.0, Xaml, Animation, 3D
  • 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 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
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