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Data Validation in WPF

by Ioannis Panagopoulos
In the previous post, I have presented a basic intro to DataBinding in WPF. This post, extends the previous one by adding a brief introduction on data validation using WPF. When it comes to data validations, one is faced with the following concerns: Where the validation logic will resi... [More]

Data Binding with WPF

by Ioannis Panagopoulos
Data Binding in WPF has been through a substantial change compared to Data Binding in Windows Forms. It kinda became simpler mainly due to the fact that a BindingSource is no longer needed for the job. In this post we will cover the basic elements of databinding in WPF. The first thi... [More]

Image Resources in WinForms and WPF

by Ioannis Panagopoulos
Suppose you have a picture control in your form (WinForms) / window (WPF) and want to display the following picture in it (logo.png): In a Window Forms application you create a PictureBox control in your form, and in the code file you want to do something like the following: ... [More]

WPF XAML SYNTAX 101

by Ioannis Panagopoulos
DownLoad in .pdf (145,97 kb) This post provides the basic key points in order to understand the WPF XAML syntax and what is going on behind the scenes in the XAML Processor. Although you may be the kind of guy/girl who prefers to learn through writing/reading code, I recommend reading this art... [More]

Code Formatter for HTML

by Ioannis Panagopoulos
I have been searching for some time for a neat html code generator from C# code that supports syntaxt highlighting, in order to use it in BlogEngine.Net. The previous posts in this article have been written by applying the usual _[_code:cs]...[_/code] tags. Unfortunately this approach does not alway... [More]

Encodings and Charsets

by Ioannis Panagopoulos
I always dreaded the "unrecognized characters" problems encountered in windows applications when dealing with old data. They appeared and still appear usually when data from an old MSDOS application are ported to current database management applications (MS Access, Microsoft SQL, .NET Data... [More]
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