WPF is a graphical subsystem for rendering user interfaces in Windows-based applications.

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WPF Control Lifeycle and Navigating through Containers to set Focus

I wanted to understand a control's lifecycle in WPF. Let me explain my scenario: I have a complex screen containing various container controls hosting forms. Let's say my screen has 3 Accordion ...
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Application behavior in different screen sizes

My company is developing a .NET application that needs to work with 17 inch and 24 inch monitors using the same resolution on both. My question is whether I should expect any different behavior or ...
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Again MVVM / MVP story , passing interface of a view to its view model why it is bad?

I have used WPF for an Enterprise solution (hundreds views heavily used Data inputs and validation) in MVP pattern (it was a clean solution usually small amount of code behind forms and main code was ...
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Does WinRt have support for .Net Framework and Wpf? [closed]

I want to find out if WinRt does or not support .Net Framework? WinRt does or not support WPF? Our company has developed applications using WinForms and they want to have them also running on ...
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How to design modular “screen configurator” for database application

I am currently working with a product that is effectively a glorified CRUD application. (It is a C# .NET 4.0 desktop application backed by an Oracle 11gR2 database.) The client program presents a list ...
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xaml schedule control how to cope with items of vastly differing durations

I have to create a schedule control using WPF XAML for displaying items with duration as little as 1 seconds and potentially as large as couple of hours. First thing which seems clear is that I ...
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Inputs and outputs to a method mixed in the UI

I am designing the front end of an WPF application using MVVM where basically all we are doing (for now) is calling a method with some inputs and displaying the outputs. There are two types of ...
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How to create a WinForms project that is “WPF-ready”

I'm a C# developer who hasn't had the privilege of learning WPF yet. However, I recently initiated the architecture phase of a new project which I expect will eventually employ WPF (probably; although ...
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What are my options for using a C++11 library in a C# WPF application? [closed]

I am writing a cross-platform (OS X and Windows) desktop application in C++11. I intend to use the same C++11 core on both platforms, utilizing native frameworks for the UI (Cocoa and Objective-C on ...
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Better sticking with MDI or learning WPF? [closed]

I have a personal project I'm going to start working on soon. It will be database driven and have various screens that the operator may want to use. First thing I thought of was an MDI interface would ...
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Where do put INotifyPropertyChanged Interface in Model or ViewModel [closed]

I am new to MVVM pattern I have a window which has 3 text boxes namely Name,Address,Description ,a save button and a listview which displays the above fields Name,Address,Description respectively ...
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Model and ViewModel for View

I am new to the MVVM pattern. I have a window which has 3 text boxes (Name, Address, Description), a save button, and a listview which displays the above fields. When the save button is clicked I want ...
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Where does non-MVVM code belong in an MVVM app?

By non-MVVM code, I mean things like highly generalized components, like one with common extension methods for CLR types, and other 'homeless' helper classes etc? I have a Core project that most ...
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Need an OOP pattern or strategy for “pluggable” property

I'm using OOP and MVVM in a WPF c# application. The goal is for the resulting object (data-bound to user interface) to accurately represent a product. One specific area of the product is highly ...
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Help with complex MVVM (multiple views)

I need help creating view models for the following scenario: Deep, hierarchical data Multiple views for the same set of data Each view is a single, dynamically-changing view, based on the active ...
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Best method for async initialization of view model in MVVM pattern (WPF)

I'm working on a business application (C#, WPF, EF, MVVM). I need to load a bunch of items from database, create view models for them and put them in a window. Is there a way to create the view model ...
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What shoud MainWindow of a WPF contains

I am making a WPF application following MVVM model. I have seen some approaches for applying MVVM. I am concerned about my MainWindow.xaml. In some tutorials I have seen that MainWindow is only ...
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How to abstract transition between Views?

Our team is developing an application using WPF with MVVM. We want to make ViewModels reusable. With this intention we want to abstract the transition logic between Views (ViewModels, we use ...
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Syncing objects from code with the view in WPF

I've been reading some into it, but I am time pressed, so I would require a simple solution now and I promise to read up on it later. I come from a winforms c# background, and have lately been working ...
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How do I approach a serious F# project without C# knowledge?

So, essentially the project I wish to undertake is an SVG editor. I would prefer to use WPF because then I can leverage XAML for my application layout (that designer is so nifty). Unfortunately, I ...
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Is a 'God' ViewModel desired in WPF

My application has user controls within user controls. Please see a screen shot of one of the most beautiful applications of all time (UC = user control): All the properties live in the MainWindow ...
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What is the most efficient way to manage large collection

I have a rather difficult problem: I periodically receive a Dictionary<decimal, int> subDict containing 100 records where decimal is a Price and int is Amount The outcome I need is a ...
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Organization standards for large programs [closed]

I'm the only software developer at the company where I work. I was hired straight out of college, and I've been working here for several years. When I started, eveeryone was managing their own data as ...
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What the best way to wire up Entity Framework database context (model) to ViewModel in MVVM WPF?

As in the question above: What the best way to wire up Entity Framework database model (context) to viewModel in MVVM (WPF)? I am learning MVVM pattern in WPF, alot of examples shows how to implement ...
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Well designed Open Source WPF Applications [closed]

I'm just wondering if anyone knows about some well designed .NET Open Source Applications using WPF? I have already tried to search at the usual sites like GitHub and Sourceforge, but I wasn't very ...
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Switch Parent Children relationship in C# [duplicate]

Using C# and WPF I have a situation where my data is organized hierarchically. I am using a treeview to represent this (each node is a Class type that containts a Children property that is an ...
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Switch Parent Children relationship in C#

Using C# and WPF I have a situation where my data is organized hierarchically. I am using a treeview to represent this : Group_01 Object_01 Material_01 Texture Material_02 Texture_02 ...
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ASP.NET and windows applications [closed]

Currently I'm still learning ASP.NET. My goal is to build dynamic websites. However, I also want to be able to build some windows applications as well. So, is it easy to learn Windows forms or WPF ...
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Selecting an appropriate design for Month/Date Selection

I have a requirement what seemingly looks very simple (and perhaps strange) but some minor details are giving me troubles. Perhaps I'm overthinking this. I'm building a scheduler application (on WPF) ...
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Using WPF rather than WinRT for Windows 8 Pro tablet app: good or bad idea?

Our business is considering writing a line of business application for tablets to enable road warriors and executives access our data. This will be primarily used for dashboards, reports and some form ...
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WPF Development in businesses [closed]

Apologies if this is too broad a question(or wrong SE to ask on), but something I've been wondering for a while. I enjoy WPF a lot, and think I'm fairly competent at work with it, and developing for ...
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MVVM ViewModel and Commands

I need a bit of help to understand the relationship between a viewmodel and a command, and the responsibility of the viewmodel. I'll try to give an example (using Caliburn Micro). I have a viewmodel ...
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MVVM pattern - Best design approach to manage an application

One year ago, I discovered the WPF technology and I developed a little application, as first experiment, to compare the content of two different directories. The content of each directory is shown in ...
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Is there an effective way for creating complex forms?

While creating a 'search' form I've been faced to an overwhelming complexity and I was wondering whether there is a well-known way to accomplish such task. Fields of the form in question can be seen ...
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Why, in WPF, do we set an object to Stretch via its Alignment properties instead of Width/Height?

In WPF's XAML, we can tell an element to fill its container like this: <Button HorizontalAlignment="Stretch" VerticalAlignment="Stretch" /> Why is it that when we set an element to Stretch, ...
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Dependency properties outside the realm of WPF?

Is there a more general concept or name for what WPF calls "dependency properties"? I imagine this is not a WPF-ism and in fact other libraries or frameworks have employed a similar approach? If so, ...
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Value of MVVM in a Line of Business Application (and a Rant of Current Development Practices)

After 2 years, I'm still struggling with MVVM as a practical method of producing working software. In some cases it's great. I did a multithreaded application that controlled a small assembly line ...
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Is MVVM in WPF outdated? [closed]

I'm currently trying to get my head round MVVM for WPF - I don't mean get my head round the concept, but around the actual nuts and bolts of doing anything that is further off the beaten track than ...
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Source Code Only Allowed With One Open Source Project

I have an open source project that is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3 and it's done in Windows Presentation Foundation. I came across someone that sells themes/skins for WPF projects ...
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Why DependencyProperties and not native language support?

With advent of WPF and MVVM Microsoft introduced DependencyProperties and INotifyPropertyChange interface to provide a way to implement the "reactive" approach used with those technologies. Sadly ...
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Storage and naming of log data

I'm in the process of rewriting a small application from console mode to a GUI mode. The input is a file with log data from a measuring device: ... 00029;00044;00076;00044;00021 ...
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Should code-behind in WPF be considered part of the view?

I've read plenty of articles around different patterns in use with WPF and this is something I've yet to understand: should a code-behind file be considered part of the view? As a consequence, should ...
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Communication between a C# application and C++ DLL

I am currently building an audio streamer and I have a CPP .dll that I use functions of inside the WPF C# GUI. The program needs to deal with sorts of events such as Lower/Increase Volume ...
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Data representation with C# and WPF

I'm developing an application handling DB parts. I retrieve the data from the DB with stored procedures and prepared statements. Now I want to display the data in the GUI. What is the current ...
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WCF service as a proxy for publishing real-time data to a WPF/MVVM clients

I've been tasked with creating a dashboard application to show real time updates for our servers. The raw data comes in from an XML file on our intranet which I need to parse and present to the user. ...
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How to test a localized WPF application in visual studio 2012

I am trying to create a localized application in C# / WPF in Visual Studio 2012. For that I created two resource files and changed one string in a (XAML) window to use the resource files (instead of a ...
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Future of desktop applications on Windows 8 [closed]

There are a lot of threads discussing existence of WPF/Silverlight/HTML5 on Windows 8, I just need to clarify the picture about desktop applications only, I have following queries to the experts ...
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What is the good way of sharing specific data between ViewModels

We have IAppContext which is injected into ViewModel. This service contains shared data: global filters and other application wide properties. But there are cases when data is very specific. For ...
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Hierarchical View/ViewModel/Presenters in MVPVM

I've been working with MVVM for a while, but I've recently started using MVPVM and I want to know how to create hierarchial View/ViewModel/Presenter app using this pattern. In MVVM I would typically ...
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How to name an subclass that add a minor, detailed thing?

What is the most concise (yet descriptive) way of naming a subclass that only add a specific minor thing to the parent? I encountered this case a lot in WPF, where sometime I have to add a small ...