Monthly Archives: April 2009

Some of these, some of those, blah blah blah

Silverlight diagramming, WCF, the Entity Framework and MySQL. WPF Application Quality Guide (warning: extremely long guide~)  Trying to get the story straight [A brief summary of Storyboard differences between WPF and Silverlight] Advertisements

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WPF TestAPI & MSDN Code Search Preview

TestAPI TestApi is a library of test and utility APIs that enables developers and testers to test WPF applications, Windows Forms applications, .NET Framework applications, and Win32 applications. TestApi provides a set of simple, documented, componentized, and layered test APIs, … Continue reading

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Unread: past few days

Orchestrating Animated Transitions between View and ViewModel Announcing WPF TestAPI 0.2 release The Test API is a library with utilities for testing WPF and Windows Forms applications.  In their 0.2 release, the library includes APIs to simulate input and do … Continue reading

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Debugging .NET: Visualize .NET GC Heap and Memory usage

from If broken it is, fix it you should quote from the site: This sample tool will give you a visual overview of the virtual memory space (from a memory dump), show you where your allocations exist and what types … Continue reading

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WPF LOB training @ LA Day 2

Lets see DataBinding: new StringFormat markup in xaml (new in .net 3.5 sp1) DataContext CollectionViewSource Grouping ValueConverter Command overview Developer-designer workflow mock-up that both designer and developer both agree to developer does the UI binding and what not designer does … Continue reading

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WPF LOB training @ LA 4/24/09 and 4/25/09

Speakers: Karl Shifflett and Jaime Rodriguez Day 1: so we arrived around 9:40 am, the conference room is actually pretty good with around 20 rows of chairs (each row has like 20ish chairs) so the training starts with .net 4.0, … Continue reading

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Performance Profiling Tools for WPF

Check it out~ “The WPFPerf tool comprises of a suite of performance profiling tools that allow you to analyze the run-time behavior of your WPF application and point to potential performance bottlenecks…”

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