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Master-Detail is a pattern for displaying details of a specific item selected from a list of items. In this post I’ll demonstrate how to use master-detail in WPF with two levels of objects, each displayed in a ComboBox and Data Binding to tie them together.
Yesterday I played around with WPF resources and stumbled on a very strange behavior. It seems that the order of the elements in the resources have some importance as to how the application handles them. A few code examples are attached
If you are writing an application that uses font you will find this post very useful. Making a font selecting ComboBox that shows a preview of the fonts in WPF is very easy, here is how to do it:
First we will have to create the ComboBox Code, this is a regular ComboBox we have all [...]
Often we want to display a list of elements and allow the user to sort them in various ways. There are many ways to do it and I wanted to show you how to use a SortDescription Object. What is a SortDescription object you ask? It receives two parameters in its constructor: the first is [...]
Binding to a dictionary can be tricky.
It sounds simple but it never works on the first try. Usually when you first run you application you see that instead of the beautiful template you created for the items, you get something that looks like a pair of key and value. your binding works fine, you just [...]
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