Attached are some code snippets that I use during code development.
- newClass – code Snippet for creating a class
- newClassNotify – code Snippet for creating a class which implements INotifyPropertyChanged interface
- dprop – code snippet for a property using DependencyProperty
- dpropu – code snippet for a property using DependencyProperty with ChangeCallback notifier
- dpropObCollection – code snippet for a property using DependencyProperty to an ObservableCollection
- conv – code Snippet for creating a IValueConverter
- multiconv – code Snippet for creating a IMultiValueConverter
- propNotify – code Snippet for creating a property with get/set accessors and property value change notification trigger
Hi everybody. At last long-awaited “PhotoSuck Beta” is on air. Its still in testing stage and You’re welcome to be one of its first users. For those guys who are new to “PhotoSuck” – its a windows based application which downloads Your desired photos from Flickr and Picasa. Your desires are defined by sets of criterias. Criterias include social relevance(specific users’ photos, Your friends’ photos, …); tag relevance; picture quality (portrait, landscape, HD, SD, …); upload date; and more. All this is achieved using cute WPF application, which looks like this:
This article is about simplifying the process of defining animation for button mouse over, pressed, enabled and disabled animations. The process of defining triggers is quite complicated when you include all IsMouseOver, IsPressed and IsEnabled states. You will also need to work hard and define BeginStoryboard/StopStoryboard precisely to make your desired animation start. Some of these states are overlapping. For instance when the button is in IsPressed state, most likely it will be also in IsMouseOver state and what leads to improper animation to act. It is also quite annoying to define all these complex triggers every time for such a common problem.
This article describes how to enhance WPF TextBox and make it accept numeric(integer and floating point) values. The second goal is make the TextBox smart enough to have it easier to input numerics. The easy means to provide the TextBox with some kind of intelligence not just rejecting non-numeric symbols. Provided extension also allows setting minimum and/or maximum values.