Get a First Exposure to Windows Presentation Foundation
Welcome! This course if for absolute beginners. We use Visual Studio 2013 for Desktop so you can familiarize yourself with XAML, a small amount of C#, and some fundamental programming and graphical user interface concepts. Below is an outline of the features of this course.
1) This course is a brief introduction to a very vast topic.
2) This course follows a format of a lecture followed by a quiz.
3) You also see a bit of C# along the way, and XML
5) You also see learn how to use some of the features of Visual Studio 2013
Intro: Why WPF?
What are the requirements?
- Ability to Download and Install Visual Studio 2013
What am I going to get from this course?
- Over 21 lectures and 2.5 hours of content!
- Learn XAML
- Learn Visual Studio
- Learn a Little C#
What is the target audience?
Create, Run and Deploy Your First Simple ApplicationCreate, Run and Deploy Your First Simple ApplicationAdd Interactivity Using C#Add Interactivity Using C#Place Content Inside Other ContentPlace Content Inside Other ContentTwo Ways of Setting Property ValuesTwo Ways of Setting Property ValuesGradient and Solid ColorsGradients and Solid Colors
Relevant Project Examples
Using Objects as Property ValuesUsing Objects as Property ValuesBinding Controls to C# ObjectsBinding Controls to Other ControlsBinding Controls to ControlsType ConvertersType ConvertersRows and Columns in a GridRows and Columns in a GridMore Advanced Example of Rows and ColumnsMore Advanced Example of Rows and ColumnsMore Advanced Example of Rows and ColumnsAdd a Static ResourceStatic ResourcesMaking Child Elements Parts of a Collection Property
Build an Employee Database System
Create a Navigation WindowAdd a Navigation WindowPrepare Pages for NavigationPages for Navigation WindowsAdd Formatting and ControlsAdd Navigation CodeNavigation CodeAdd a Data Control and an Application ResourceApplication ResourcesAdd a Data Source
Conclusion: Where to go from here