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  • 3 comments  /  posted by  Radenko Zec  on  Mar 29, 2010 (2 months ago)


    There are several container controls in Silverlight . One of them is panel. Container control like for example StackPanel host another controls. Data presentation controls like ListBox inherits from ItemsControl. ItemsControl contains set of items to display and has ItemsSource property.ItemsControl is responsible for creating visuals for each item and placing them in a panel.

    Main panel that holds items in ItemsControl is ItemsHost property. If we set this panel to be StackPanel for large datasets, ItemsContainerGenerator will generate containers that are off visible screen.

  • WPF Validation using Validation Application Block Part 2 – Client side

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 25, 2010 (2 months ago)
    This is second part of Radenko Zec's article where he talks about Validation in WPF using Entlib Validation Application Block. Part one is located here.

    There are many articles about client side validation in WPF. Most of these articles are similar and use implementation of IDataErrorInfo interface on Model class. I have use some methods  already described in other articles just to show you how easy it is to implement client side validation in WPF using VAB. I have model class called Customer where I have implemented IDataErrorInfo.

  • 19 comments  /  posted by  Radenko Zec  on  Dec 10, 2009 (6 months ago)


    As you may already know, Silverlight 4 beta has been released and it has many new features. One of the most important features is net.tcp binding support. Now in Silverlight 4 we can communicate with WCF web service using net.tcp protocol. You may have noticed the many blog posts or articles that came out with a title similar to this : Silverlight 4 – WPF killer. If I can choose the one most important feature in Silverlight 4 beta that can kill WPF apps I will choose the net.tcp support.

  • 1 comments  /  posted by  Radenko Zec  on  Nov 10, 2009 (7 months ago)

    1. Introduction

    To change a look of Silverlight controls the way that you want it to, you can style it by modifying default template of the control. Silverlight controls have XAML based templates that can easily be changed and saved as new template. You can change the look for entire control without writing any line of code in C#. It can be done completely in XAML. However if you want to do minor modifications to the look of control such as change background color or default font you can do it directly in XAML without need to change default template of the control.

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