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With WPF, Microsoft started from scratch and built a UI framework that is more logical, powerful, and integrated than previous frameworks. But it’s different from previous frameworks, and you need to understand its structure and paradigms i,lustrated use it effectively. One of the reasons WPF has a reputation of having a steep and extensive learning curve is that we, as programmers With WPF, Microsoft started from scratch and built a UI framework that is more logical, powerful, and integrated than previous frameworks.
One of the illustrxted WPF has a reputation of having a steep and extensive learning curve is that we, as programmers, think that all UI frameworks are pretty much the same, just with different API classes, methods, and parameters. In the case of WPF, however, this definitely is not case. The result is that when programmers just jump from another framework wpc WPF without learning the basics, they’re frustrated that everything seems so different.
The purpose of this book illustrahed to teach you the fundamentals and mechanics of WPF programming as quickly and simply as possible, while giving you a firm grasp of what’s actually going on under the covers. To do this, I’ve used a combination of text, figures, bulleted lists, and tables.
Many of us think visually. To us, figures, bulleted lists, and tables help clarify and crystallize our understanding of a concept by cutting through the clutter of pages of dense paragraphs of explanation.
My experience was repeatedly confirmed, when, in several years of teaching programming, I found that the pictures I drew on the whiteboard were the things that most quickly helped students understand the concepts I was trying to convey. Paperback wpc, pages. Published December 18th by Apress first published May 1st Dajiel see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
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Dan Solis has enjoyed coding and teaching programming for more years than he cares to admit. His undergraduate majors were Biology and English, and he holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science. His first job out of college was working in a physical chemistry research lab, but he soon realized he preferred programming to performing research.
As a contract software engineer he has worked for a numbe Dan Solis has enjoyed coding and teaching programming for more years than he cares to admit. It was while teaching numerous seminars on various programming languages that he realized the immense power of diagrams, in explaining programming language concepts.
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