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  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Samples: Dragging, docking, expanding panels (Part 3)

    UPDATE: Get the latest Dragging, docking, expanding panel code from Blacklight , our new CodePlex project! In Part 1 , we looked at how we construct a Dragging, docking, expanding panel, and added the ‘dragging’ functionality by placing the panel in a Canvas. In Part 2 we looked at the host panel...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Samples: Dragging, docking, expanding panels (Part 2)

    UPDATE: Get the latest Dragging, docking, expanding panel code from Blacklight , our new CodePlex project! In Part 1 , we looked at how we construct a Dragging, docking, expanding panel, and added the ‘dragging’ functionality by placing the panel in a Canvas. In this part, we are going to look at...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Samples: Dragging, docking, expanding panels (Part 1)

    UPDATE: Get the latest Dragging, docking, expanding panel code from Blacklight , our new CodePlex project! NOTE: Part 2 and Part 3 now posted, with a demo of the final sample here . A control that we used in a number of places in the MSCUI Patient Journey Demonstrator was the dragging, docking...
  • Blog Post: Real World WPF Videos: Designers and Developers working together?!

    The latest installment of the Real World WPF series! This time round, Nick Page (DPE), Paul Tallet (MS Developer) and I shoot the breeze about how developers and designers work together in practice. We talk through some of our own experiences and demonstrate some techniques in VS2005 and Blend. See...
  • Blog Post: Events

    Just a brief post with a code snippet demonstrating how to create a custom event with WPF... for most this won't be unfamiliar, but for those who are new to UI development, this is key... Below is the snippet where I register the event. In this example, I have a Save button in a user control (called...
  • Blog Post: Dependency Properties

    Probably not the most thrilling first post, but Dependency Properties are a big thing in WPF land. A Dependency Property is a property that is registered with the Avalon Dependency property system. This is useful for 2 main reasons... Backing your object property with a dependency property,...
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