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Laurent Bugnion (GalaSoft) Diary of a Code Trotter
Today was WPF prototype-cleaning day. I started reviewing the prototypes I developed lately using WPF in order to study the technology, and I cleaned up two of them. Cleaning up means reviewing the code, eliminating what is not necessary, commenting and adding a HTML page to each prototype, so that it's easier to understand what they do, and what points are still open.
The two prototypes are running on my site, and can be executed from there. Additionally, the project files are also available for download.
  • PopUps: This prototype demonstrates a possible way to abstract pop-ups in WPF standalone and XBAP applications.
  • Opening windows: This prototype demonstrates a possible way to open a new window from a XBAP application using JavaScript as a medium. In this version of the prototype, the communication between the XBAP and JavaScript occurs through the server, using web services.
    The prototype also shows how to use query string parameters to change a XBAP's appearance. It also uses web services for inter-window communication.
Testing pop-ups
Testing pop-ups
Testing opening windows
Testing opening windows
Posted on Wednesday, August 16, 2006 7:55 PM Technical stuff , .NET , WPF | Back to top

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