Windows Presentation Foundation News
April 20, 2010
What's changed in Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2010 and why are those changes important to Visual Studio 2010? Also, what's the significance of part of Visual Studio 2010 being built on Windows Presentation Foundation? Microsoft MVP Steven ...
December 17, 2007
This month's featured .NET development products include rich-text editors for Web development, an update to TeamCity and a server for bringing ASP.NET to WinCE apps.
May 14, 2007
This month's .NET development products include an XML content authoring app, a memory profiler, a set of Silverlight controls, and a mobile-to-back end connection that uses WCF.
February 19, 2007
Microsoft's "Ready for a New Day" Vista launch tour is showing developers how to use .NET 3.0 and Visual Studio 2005 to mimic the operating system's new user experience.
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Expert Walt Ritscher discusses how in Windows Presentation Foundation you can set the mouse pointer for any element using the Cursor property. Continue Reading
Dealing with null values in data sources can be tricky. Windows Presentation Foundation has built in support for binding to null data sources. Continue Reading
Visual Studio provides a number of handy search tools. The most obvious place to use search is in your source code but Microsoft has also made search available in other parts of the IDE like the ToolBox and property grid windows. Continue Reading