In the previous post I said that, as the “XPlorerBar” project progressed, I will publish new posts to keep you informed of the main problems met and the technical solutions set up to resolve them. This gives me the opportunity to begin a series of articles on discovering WPF features using Visual Studio 2008. For now, the list of the topics I plan to cover is:
- resource organization,
- “lookless” control,
- building an animated decorator,
- pixel snapping,
- generating MSDN-style documentation,
- XBAP support,
- designer support.
This list is not exhaustive and I would like you to let me know what area you’d like to see me publish. I hope this series of articles will help developers to feel confident building a WPF application and to dig deeper into some areas of the framework.