Category: csharp

#Net – Learning C # using only a browser

#Net – Learning C # using only a browser

Hi! A few days ago, at a university, one of the attendees in a session asked me what was the best way to learn C#. As always, this question depends on the level of the person who wants to learn, although it has served as an excuse to see what’s new in the .Net ecosystem. … Continue reading #Net – Learning C # using only a browser

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#Net – Aprendiendo C# utilizando solo un navegador

#Net – Aprendiendo C# utilizando solo un navegador

Buenas! Hace unos días, en una universidad, uno de los asistentes en una sesión me pregunto cual era la mejor forma de aprender C#. Como siempre esta pregunta depende del nivel de la persona que quiere aprender, aunque me ha servido de excusa para ver que hay de nuevo en el ecosistema .Net. Pues bien, … Continue reading #Net – Aprendiendo C# utilizando solo un navegador

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Binding WPF properties to ApplicationSettings in C#

Binding WPF properties to ApplicationSettings in C#

If we want to automatically save or load changes, or both, when the settings window is showed on our application, we must to do the following: First, add the appSettings line to the window/page XAML references: <Window x:Class=”BindingAppSettings.MainWindow”        xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation”        xmlns:x=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml”        xmlns:appSettings=”clr-namespace:BindingAppSettings.Properties”        Title=”MainWindow” Height=”350″ Width=”525″> This will reference the properties of our […]

Real-time list filtering with WPF and Silverlight

Real-time list filtering with WPF and Silverlight

In enterprise applications is normal to have a large user list of clients, with names, surnames, company name, or vehicles with car brand, model, horsepower, cylinders, etc.… How to improve the user experience, without reload the actual page, or without the search button? How to filter by name, features, size, … mark and continue searching? […]

How to move a WPF window without window style

How to move a WPF window without window style

WPF give us some features that simplify interacting with objects and controls. There is a simple way to make our application more personal than the simple window style by default, and if we want, with its own buttons and icons. All that we have to do is set WindowStyle=“None” and then we have no borders […]

Using FluidKit for animations in WPF

Using FluidKit for animations in WPF

FluidKit is a library for WPF that helps us to animate our applications with some controls like transition presenters, glass windows, balloon decorators, etc.… Fist of all, we have to download the code (from Codeplex) and build the project. It will generate a dll library named FluidKit.dll on the bin folder of FluidKit Project. We […]

[C#] Cómo reiniciar tu aplicación

[C#] Cómo reiniciar tu aplicación

Algo que parece tan obvio, quizás para aquellos que estén empezando en el mundo de .NET se preguntarán cómo afrontar este paso.. Existe una manera sencilla de reiniciar tu aplicación. Imaginemos que nuestra aplicación tiene varios idiomas, o alguna configuración que requiere recargar toda la aplicación. Para ello debemos llamar a un método que contenga: […]