The Composing a XAML Clip Art Scene posting showed how you could layer multiple drawing objects in an XAML file. The sample XAML file in that posting used the default z-order behavior of objects in a collection. One of the changes made in WPF Beta 2 is the introduction of the ZIndex attached property, which allows you to explicitly set the z-order of objects in the child collection of Panel-derived objects, such as Canvas, Grid, and StackPanel objects.
There are lots of open source libraries and tutorials to make a photo gallery or a photo slideshow. However, I tried to find a easy way to just understand the simple concepts for creating a very simple application.
Last time I talked about using timers for scheduling events by simply keeping track of a time limit and how much time elapsed. Another good use for timers is performing some action over time, such as modifying alpha to fade an object in or out, or sliding an object from one location to another.
Surprisingly, one of the first major problems I had with WPF was when I tried to figure out how to navigate to a new WPF page inside an XBAP application. Sure, there are a few controls which encapsulate this functionality (like the Frame and Hyperlink controls), but I wanted to fire a navigation from a button click or double click of a listbox item. I was researching the net for a day and a half and coming up empty.
Microsoft's .NET 3 introduces the option of using markup to create Windows applications, much as we've used HTML and related markup to create web applications for the past decade. This is a major break-through and a distinct step on the path towards merging the development process of creating web and desktop applications.
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) provides support for multimedia, vector graphics, animation, and content composition, making it easy for developers to build interesting user interfaces and content. Using Microsoft Visual Studio, you can create vector graphics or complex animations and integrate media into your applications.
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