Category Archives: C#

A Virtual Keyboard for your WPF apps

A design for a Virtual Keyboard using WPF. Continue reading

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The C# Code-Formatting Standard

Digging into an existing software project of significant size can be confusing and, without a clear structure and organization of the code and the documentation, can result in a lot of wasted time. Structure guides and clarifies, and self-documents. Well, … Continue reading

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How to use your own fonts within Silverlight

Silverlight seems to provide for excellent control over the presentation of your online prose and typography, compared to HTML. The use of the built-in default fonts is quite straightforward. But I wanted to deploy some other typefaces within my online … Continue reading

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ParseLib: A C# library for parsing values from a TextBox

(Note: I’ll come back to edit this post after I figure out how to properly format code for blog articles, and provide for downloadable sample code!) It’s common to use a TextBox control for entering numbers, dates and other data types that … Continue reading

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Data-binding To A Simple C# class (WPF or Silverlight)

One of your most frequent needs when composing a GUI dialog is to ‘bind’ a property of one of your widgets to some kind of information source. WPF’s data binding capabilities provide a way to accomplish this very easily in … Continue reading

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