PresentationWindows is a WPF class library that introduces three new types derived from the Window class, enabling many previously difficult to access features of windows.
A Windows 8 Look and Feel for WPF, Part 1
Many people will not be able to upgrade to Windows 8 right away for various reasons. However, there is nothing to stop you from designing your WPF applications to have a similar look and feel.
CODE Framework: Creating Application Themes
In prior articles, I have shown how to create WPF-based client applications using the CODE Framework and the default themes it ships with. This is a great way to create applications quickly yet make them very reusable and maintainable. However, using the default themes is just the tip of the iceberg. CODE Framework’s theming system is completely open and the default options are just that: defaults. And it turns out to be surprisingly straightforward to create your own themes.
Global Shortcuts in WinForms and WPF
This article shows how to register and manage System-Global hotkeys in WinForm and WPF applications and performing some keyboard manipulation from your app.
WPF-Drawing Canvas Control
A drawing tool program that can create simplifyed XAML code
Custom Spider or Radar Chart Control
An easy to use WPF spider (radar) chart control.
Diagnostic Trace Display Using WPF
A WPF control and FlowDocument to display Trace output in a running application.
Drawing Formatted Text in a Windows Forms Application using WPF FormattedText Class
How to draw muliline formatted text on a System.Drawing.Graphics object.
Global Shortcuts in WinForm and WPF
This article shows how to register and manage System-Global hotkeys in WinForm and WPF applications.
Knockout Style Observables in XAML
Implementing field level change notification in WPF, and how a Lambda Expression can be used to specify a composite property that raises change notifications automatically whenever an associated property changes.