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I spend a lot of time in WPF – both in teaching it around the world, and also in assigning in development of applications for various companies. I also work a bit in the Bioinformatics space – doing applications and … Continue reading → DevelopMentor Courses - Thursday, November 17, 2011
Guerrilla.NET (US) Training
WPF/SL : Develop cutting-edge UIs with Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight including coverage of Silverlight 5.0 MVVM : Learn advanced WPF / Silverlight design patterns and techniques including MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel). iOS : Build multi-touch enabled applications on platforms such as WPF, Silverlight, and Apple's iPhone / iPad. WPF/SL : Develop cutting-edge UIs with Windows Presentation Foundation and Silverlight including coverage of Silverlight 5.0 Main Topic Day 1 Introduction to WPF and Silverlight (version 4.0 dynamic typing from C# 4.0, DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
24 Articles match "2011","WPF"
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| | 2011 Recap
thought I would start by taking a look back at 2011 and recapping some of my experiences, with a sneak peek at blogging topics I plan to cover in the next several weeks. On a personal level, we added a new member to our family: Kornelius Aaron Sneed, born February 8, 2011. From a professional standpoint, 2011 was also an interesting year. It was at that time that I decided to write my own MVVM Toolkit, which I called “ Simple MVVM Toolkit ,” first targeting it for Silverlight, and then adding support for both WPF and Windows Phone. So what’s next for blogging? Tony and Zuzana's World - Tuesday, January 31, 2012
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- What’s new in.NET Framework 4.5
click for larger version): NET ASP.NET C# LINQ VB.NET WCF WF WPFJust came across this great picture of what’s new in.NET Framework 4.5
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- Simple MVVM Toolkit: Feature Rich with WPF and WP7 Support
On top of all that I’ve also added support for both WPF ( Windows Presentation Foundation ) and WP7 ( Windows Phone ). Technical MEF MVVM Silverlight WP7 WPFI’ve rounded out the feature set of my Simple MVVM Toolkit to include a Message Bus (also known as an event aggregator or mediator ) for loosely coupled communication among view-models and to support MEF (Managed Extensibility Framework0 for dependency injection (also known as inversion of control) of service agents to better enable unit testing of view-models. ve also updated the online documentation to cover these features.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Friday, February 4, 2011
- Replacing Services in MVVM Helpers
ll start with a brand-new WPF application and add MVVMHelpers through NuGet – a new service from Microsoft for adding dependencies easily: Next, let’s add a single button and a TextBlock to the window, in two equally spaced rows – binding the first to a command called “CalculatePi” and the second to some text “PiText”. NET Code MVVM WPFOne of the key features in any good library is to provide a wide set of services for applications to use, but also some level of flexibility to replace those services when the built-in implementation aren’t what is needed. Happy Coding!
- Easier Async for Silverlight Apps using MVVM
However, as is the case with other UI frameworks such as Windows Forms or WPF, you should not touch UI elements from worker threads. WPF and Silverlight have Dispatcher.CheckAccess / Dispatcher.BeginInvoke. It makes sense to execute long-running tasks on a background thread, in order to keep the UI responsive by not tying up the main thread. This has to do with how Windows apps process messages, which are always handled on the thread that created the visual element. There are various mechanisms available for you to marshal a call from a worker thread back to the main thread.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Saturday, January 29, 2011
- Building a Leak-Proof Eventing Model
In full.NET (and consequently WPF) this code works like a charm. Best of all, this approach works across the board with full.NET / WPF, Silverlight and Windows Phone. One of the main features of the.NET Framework is to provide automatic memory management via garbage collection. You might think this would solve the problem of memory leaks in managed applications, but the effectiveness of the garbage collector can be hampered by your code. The GC will not release memory from objects that have root references, which can be local or static variables. public class System. Yikes!
Tony and Zuzana's World - Tuesday, March 22, 2011
- Using Ninject with WCF Services
In an ASP.NET MVC application, it is possible to use repositories directly from controllers, but it may be desirable to place a WCF services façade over the data access layer, so that other kinds of clients, such as Silverlight or WPF, won’t directly access the database. Download the code for this post. In my post on the Onion Architecture I highlight the use of Dependency Injection to loosen the coupling between application components. This is commonly referred to as an n-tier application architecture. Then use NinjectServiceHost in lieu of ServiceHost. Enjoy. Technical DI Ninject WCF
Tony and Zuzana's World - Monday, October 24, 2011
- 2011 Recap
thought I would start by taking a look back at 2011 and recapping some of my experiences, with a sneak peek at blogging topics I plan to cover in the next several weeks. On a personal level, we added a new member to our family: Kornelius Aaron Sneed, born February 8, 2011. From a professional standpoint, 2011 was also an interesting year. It was at that time that I decided to write my own MVVM Toolkit, which I called “ Simple MVVM Toolkit ,” first targeting it for Silverlight, and then adding support for both WPF and Windows Phone. So what’s next for blogging?
Tony and Zuzana's World - Tuesday, January 31, 2012