WPF Recipes in C# 2010
The Windows Presentations Foundation (WPF) technology was first launched in 2007 as an extension to the .NET 2.0 Framework. Since then it’s enjoyed great success, and been adopted widely, creating a large audience. A new, improved WPF version will be released as part of the .NET 4.0 Framework late in 2009, and additional extensions to its toolkit are expected this summer to complete the package.
WPF Recipes in C# 2010 provides readers with everything they need to start coding successfully with WPF and .NET 4.0. The lead author, Allen Jones, has drawn on his years of experience in the software industry coupled with the understanding that comes from creating previous successful Recipe books (for both C# and VB 2005) to design a wide selection of ready-to-run code examples that will help readers get to grips with WPF quickly, illustrate lesser known techniques clearly, and help readers overcome the common pitfalls that beset all programmers when they begin to learn a new language.
Based on a proven and widely popular format, we believe this will continue be the only book of its kind available for WPFAn excellent stand-alone reference and equally good as a companion guide to complement theory-oriented titlesCovers every aspect of WPF that readers will struggle with and provides a complete, working, and ready to run code sample coupled with a detailed explanation to help them overcome their difficultiesWritten by an experienced author team overseen by a lead author who has had wide experience designing this type of book both for Apress and other publishers