WPF

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Silverlight for Everyone!!
Someone asked me to compare Silverlight / HTML development. I realized that the question can be answered in many ways: Below is the high level comparison between a HTML /JavaScript client and Silverlight client and why silverlight was chosen over HTML / JavaScript client (based on type of users and major functionalities provided): 1. For end users Browser compatibility Silverlight is a plug-in and requires installation first. However, it does provides consistent look and feel across all browsers. ......

Posted On Monday, May 3, 2010 9:29 AM | Comments (0)

Silverlight (beta) 4.0 is here!!
Silverlight has come to an age from WPF/E days and today 4.0 version was launched. Features includes: Support for enterprise applications: Printing support: Silverlight application can print itself, how the content is formatted when printed, and determine the content that will appear. It even has capabilities to print a portion of the Silverlight content. RichTextArea control / WebBrowser Control: The RichTextArea has Bi-Di support, allows hyperlinks, XAML content, and embedding of images. It also ......

Posted On Friday, November 20, 2009 5:03 AM | Comments (4)

Discussing SilverLight!!
I was having an discussion with my wife on things to come in computer software and silverlight. below is a brief snippet: My wife holds an computer engineering degree and is passionate about new innovations. She is a prolific programmer though she ONLY codes when she feels like(or finds a problem worth her attention) and thus is NOT a regular coder like mortals like me who are ... well, just coders, who codes for money:D Wife: What is this buzz around Silverlight? Subodh: Because we need smarter ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 6:12 PM | Comments (0)

Databinding in Silverlight and WPF
Databinding in SL and WPF are interesting concepts and once mastered really solves many a issues with cleaner code. In XAML everything is dataaware. Elements can be bound to data from a variety of data sources in the form of common language runtime (CLR) objects and XML. In this post we will discuss about Simple CLR Object binding using code Simple CLR Binding using XAML only – Demo value converters Control Binding – Slider and textbox Implementing IValueConverter Validation Update Source Trigger ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 11:51 AM | Comments (0)

Silverlight 3.0, RIA services and MVVM
MVVM == Model View ViewModel Pattern is a MUST follow pattern in Silverlight (WPF). here is why… Problems it solves: •Tight coupling of layers (ex a query in the UI) •Unit testing is hard/impossible, only functional testing is possible •Assures codes still works correct after a change •ViewModel •Provides View with data model and behavior •View will bind to ViewModel •Wraps data access entirely In light of new technologies like RIA services (which provides CRUD) operations out of the box it is imperative ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 11:48 AM | Comments (0)

Dependency Properties
Dependency properties is one concept which i always marvel. As programmer / developer i always like the concept, as by just introducing DP, so many stuff now is so easy(Read Template programming in XAML). DP is called a BEAST (in Silverlight and WPF) for reasons of complexity involved in understanding them. Also, of course, because they are so powerful language paradigm. I sometimes do think DP did not actually got their due. I mean, so many efforts is gone into explaining Lambda expressions, LINQ, ......

Posted On Friday, September 18, 2009 11:35 AM | Comments (12)