July 2, 2008
I spent my lunch break today publishing an article that I’ve been working on for a couple of days. It explains and shows examples of three techniques I have developed for creating an artificial inheritance context. This is useful for binding elements that are not in an element tree to the elements in the tree. If you are interested in checking it out, read “Artificial Inheritance Contexts in WPF“.
May 19, 2008
In my opinion, one of the biggest differences between programming in WinForms and WPF is how much you use data binding. WPF programs typically make heavy use of data binding, but many WinForms apps do not use it nearly as much.
I just published an article on CodeProject that is intended to help people with WinForms and ASP.NET backgrounds to start thinking in terms of WPF data binding. It walks you through four iterations of the same simple app: going from all code with no data binding to all XAML with data binding.
If you want to check it out, here’s the URL: