Advanced Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Course
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Welcome to this course: Advanced Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Developer Course. Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) lets you create desktop client applications for Windows with visually stunning user experiences. It is a graphical subsystem by Microsoft for rendering user interfaces in Windows–based applications. The core of WPF is a resolution–independent and vector–based rendering engine that is built to take advantage of modern graphics hardware. Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) in Visual Studio provides developers with a unified programming model for building modern line–of–business desktop applications on Windows.
At the end of this course, you’ll know all the critical advanced elements of the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). So let’s get started.
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Blake McKenna –
So far I’ve seen very little coding examples.
Serdar MERMER –
First parts were amazing very informative but the rest parts were totally wasting time.
Bartosz Kuriata –
Kurs zawiera wiele zagadnie na temat WPF ale by y om wione do pobie nie. W niekt rych momentach autor niepotrzebnie skraca filmy co ogl daj cy mo e zrobi sam je li b dzie uwa a to za ma o interesuj ce.
Mahesh Sapkal –
Very well designed and covered almost all my expectation to get started with WPF. It would be great if you can include a section for Converters.
Gianluca Guerrasio –
Dependency property callbacks topic left me absolutely frustrated; I could not understand the humanly based logic behind this methodology from explanations. Why in the world to turn on a checkbox to switch colors of the background one would need a technology requiring tens of lines of code and many layers of abstrations and dependencies etc. if this the essence of the WPF itself (not the teaching style selected) i.e. this is really the mainstream approach to do things, i’m really lost in WPF. I’ll keep digging into it, but if not successfull, I’d have to look for a language where a general person reasonably practicing programming to solve real life tasks could do it with code easy to understand at the studying phase otherwise it will for sure get messy going forward; maybe python is my answer, who knows.. It’s unfortunately not the first occassion where I keep asking why c# and related frameworks try to do simple things one could expect from their nature in the most complicated way possible as it apprears to me, and I can not see the answer why that happens (most often instructors do not provide clear ideas for what I see, unfortunately, but simply read/teach the ready code examples) leaving it to guess it’s eaither I’m too stupid (before that, I was not sure I was), or there is something wrong with the language and its architectural approach to solutions/patterns. Of course, over years all that could be learnt through study and practice, but I believe really good things should intuitively be clear at its backbone, the realization detail and variations could take effort to learn, but never so that it leaves you to think that you are lost in the general idea what’s going on here .. I may be wrong in my impression, but I hope that the super effective explanations of this material is still somewhere out there, and I just have to find it. Here is what I mean by effective: (a) explain the logic of the matter/construct and maybe throw a drawing or map for complex ones to show logical elements and their ties, and (b) only after that provide code examples to illustrate how it could be implemented. At least for me this could have been much more clear.
Mauricio Sanchez Meza –
Es un buen curso para no tener conocimiento concreto del esta parte de .NET
Deepak pai –
The author is able to hold my focus. The content is clear with sufficient code examples.
Vrushank Bhavesh Shah –
Amazing course. It helped me learn a lot of things about WPF. The examples given are excellent. The way the instructor teaches and explains is very very good. I loved it! Thank you so much for creating this course and teaching it in such an amazing way.
Frank Brose –
The WPF content was great, but it took 15 lessons to go there. Less history and Visual Studio would have been better from my point of view.
Mohammed Najjari –
Je m’attendais un cours plus avanc .
good examples with explanation i liked it but missing some other functionalities like Converters and attach properties ,animation etc..
April Watson –
This was a good course with lots of information to which I can refer back. I only wish there had a been a comprehensive code along project. I learn more by doing than watching/listening alone.