Monday, June 24, 2013

Need some help up the WPF learning curve? "WPF Succinctly" from Syncfusion is now available (and free :)

Syncfusion - WPF Succinctly

WPF Succinctly is for software developers with an understanding of the .NET Framework who have yet to dive into WPF. Author Buddy James approaches the platform at its simplest point—single-window applications that contain a single control—and gradually adds more complex controls and back-end features. By the end of the book, you'll be able to manage data flow between application elements, use WPF commands to maximize your application's functionality while adding minimal code, and confidently redesign controls to give your application a unique look and feel that other applications can't compete with.

Table of Contents

  1. WPF Origins
  2. Inside WPF
  3. WPF Controls Overview
  4. WPF Applications
  5. WPF and MVVM
  6. WPF Commands
  7. Advanced WPF Concepts
  8. WPF Control Styles and Templates
  9. WPF Tools and Frameworks

Most of you won't need this, but maybe you have a "friend" who does... :P


Here's some snaps of the PDF:



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