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Pro WPF 4.5 in C#: Windows Presentation Foundation in .NET 4.5 par [MacDonald, Matthew]
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Microsoft's Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) provides you with a development framework for building high-quality user experiences for the Windows operating system. It blends together rich content from a wide range of sources and allows you unparalleled access to the processing power of your Windows computer.

Pro WPF 4.5 in C# provides a thorough, authoritative guide to how WPF really works. Packed with no-nonsense examples and practical advice you'll learn everything you need to know in order to use WPF in a professional setting. The book begins by building a firm foundation of elementary concepts, using your existing C# skills as a frame of reference, before moving on to discuss advanced concepts and demonstrate them in a hands-on way that emphasizes the time and effort savings that can be gained.

What you’ll learn

  • Understand the fundamentals of WPF programming from XAML to controls and data flow.

  • Develop realistic application scenarios to see navigation, localization and deployment in action.

  • Explore the advanced user interface controls that WPF provides.

  • Learn to manage documents from within WPF: Text layout, printing, and document packaging are all covered.

  • Use graphics and multimedia to add punch to your applications

Who this book is for

This book is designed for developers encountering WPF for the first time in their professional lives. A working knowledge of C# and the basic architecture of .NET is helpful to follow the examples easily, but all concepts will be explained from the ground up.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 26675 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 1092 pages
  • Editeur : Apress; Édition : 4 (20 novembre 2012)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B00ACC69B0
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I really like this book because it goes straight to the point. You don't have big example that take your hand from the beginning every time. Every example is short and precise.

This book is for developer who already know C# and how to create a Windows app.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Does the trick. 7 janvier 2013
Par P. Allen Trevethan, Jr. - Publié sur
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It's a good book, with lots of the details you need to learn WPF. Overall, it's worth the buy. However, on the bad side, there are a TON of typos. Most of the typos I've found are relatively minor that you can pick out without much programming knowledge, but I fear that some of the typos might be above the novice and serve to confuse. Also, there is a ton of tangential information. I feel like the text could be a bit more direct and spend less time off on the tangents about the subjects at hand.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 1 sentence of good stuff surrounded by lots of unnecessary crap 22 mai 2014
Par Michal Krzych - Publié sur
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Too much information... to much unnecessary information. The author uses English language in a very twisted way - too prestige for my liking. It's great the author is competent and a smart lad who uses English very well but dude, it's a programming book not a Shakespeare analysis lesson. I don't like the style of his writing because it should be simple as programming concepts are already somehow twisted and hard to understand. I am sure he could have targeted and satisfied a larger audience if the book was easier to read. I hate reading a six line long sentences repeatedly, trying to fully understand what the author means or just scrolling through with eyes cheating and lying to myself "yes, I've got it". The context of the book is great. The author covers everything in great detail although a bit heavy to carry around as a reference. I have mixed feelings about recommending this book to anyone - see a preview of a chapter before you buy to make sure you have enough patience and time to read all the 1K pages.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Thorough 20 janvier 2013
Par ireadthere4ino - Publié sur
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The author does a very good job of covering all the topics mentioned in the table of contents. Examples, code & explanations were in general well defined & explained. In addition, frequent tips, whether exceptions to the rule, alternative approaches or clarification of when to best use, helped to give a complete coverage of a topic.

I have the printed book & did pick up a few errors (eg. a few typos & a duplicate paragraph-p708), however there were not enough to distract me. I wonder if the kindle version has a lot more due to technical conversion issues.

I haven't tried the downloaded code yet, so I can't comment on how well they run. If someone has the time to follow the code whilst reading the book, I'm sure they will have a good knowledge base to write WPF applications with confidence.

Recommended for anyone willing to commit to delve into WPF.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 very good primer for WPF 19 janvier 2013
Par Happy Programmer - Publié sur
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Very good primer on utilizing WPF in a complex process. The author did an excellent job of organizing concepts and demonstrating them with clear, concise examples. Well written. While I have also purchased the Kindle edition, I really wish they had a PDF version as it is a bit cumbersome on the road to highlight sections for later review.
I highly recommend the book - and I have been programming since 1966, so I have seen a lot of them.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A really good C# WPF book! (indeed :) ) 8 février 2014
Par VitoshAcademy - Publié sur
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In the last 2 weeks I have read the first 6 chapters of the book. The experience, reading these chapters was rather satisfactory - the book really starts from the very beginning of WPF and explains the general ideas in an understanding way. The book contains 33 chapters and is more than 1K pages. Due to this, every chapter can be read independently and the book can be used as a source of quick advice.

Furthermore, the examples of the book are really written in a nice way - minimum number of Visual Studio solutions per chapter! In every solution, you may find all the examples, together! An outstanding approach, other authors must "steal" this idea (indeed, I do not like having a separate solution per example, it somehow makes me lazy to open all of them) Another nice thing that I liked is the fact that the source code of the book is made available to everyone, just by adding the ISBN13 number to the URL of the publisher. Then going to the tab "SourceCode/Downloads" and downloading it:

What I liked so far from the examples, were two good ones - one from the 2nd chapter, introducing XAML and making a simple application, answering questions at random with pre-defined answers (something like those old answer balls, which I have seen only in some movies) and one from the 6th chapter (the last one I have read so far) giving good ideas about control usage!

Why I liked these two applications (which I am going to present in [...] later):

Chapter 2> It is not something outstanding or requiring much IT Knowledge (anyway it is the 2nd chapter of a 33-chapter book), but it simply shows to a Newbie into WPF (something like me now) what you can achieve with this powerful concept! So, I liked it!

Chapter 6> In chapter 6 the application is something like a good summary of the controls. Each control is placed there and explained briefly. To be honest, for every WPF new comer this application can be used as a place for reviews and checks, until he gets into the environment. And last but not least, if this chapter was written by someone else, you would have received 23 solutions with up to 10 lines of code in each! And here you get just one, containing the 23 pieces of code.

This is a good practice, indeed (and when I see something good, I state it!). So, for now this is all.

If you want to understand, whether the book is worthy for you, you may first take a look at the examples, available for free online! Their quality (until chapter 6 at least!) is probably the best advertisement of the book!
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