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Understanding Uncompiled XAML to design dynamic UI in WPF.

Download/Read PDF version here Introduction: This is a specialized approach that makes sense in certain scenarios where we need highly dynamic user interfaces. We load part of the user interface from a XAML file at runtime using the XamlReader class from the System.Windows.Markup namespace. One of the most interesting ways to use XAML is to … Continue reading

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Applying Custom Filtering with AutoCompleteTextbox in Silverlight

Applying Custom Filtering with AutoCompleteTextbox in Silverlight Introduction: The AutoCompleteBox fuses a text entry with a drop-down list of suggestions. This feature is a common sight on the Web, powering everything from the search box on the Google homepage. Silverlight’s auto complete textbox is pretty cool and more powerful to use, which have capabilities to … Continue reading

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How to bind XML file as collection of object in Silverlight using WCF service

Problem viewing , read/download full pdf version of article here Subscribe /email your mailing id at vishalnayan@gmail.com for sample project. Introduction: Binding to a single object is straight forward, but practically we are more interested in binding to a collection object say like, all employee in a table. Dependency property supports the single value binding, … Continue reading

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WCF Essentials : All what you literally need to know before programming.

WCF Essentials: All what you need to know literally before coding. [Problem viewing article, download PDF version of article here: WCF Essentials] Introduction:  In my last article we leant what WCF is all about, when to use it and in what kind of practical computing complexities. Haven’t read, click here to read https://vishalnayan.wordpress.com/2010/12/31/wcf-what-why-when/. Here in this … Continue reading

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WCF : What , Why and When.

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is an SDK for developing and deploying services on Windows. WCF provides a runtime environment for your services, enabling you to expose CLR types as services, and to consume other services as CLR types. Its forthcoming microsoft technology for service-oriented applications, is designed to address these requirements. WCF is part of .NET … Continue reading

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