Go4Expert June 2014 Monthly Newsletter
 

Understanding Text and List Controls in WPF


Almost every software application has to deal with some sort of text information. This information can be the content of some email, a network message or some input value obtained from the user. WPF contains Text controls for this purpose that can be used to get input from the user. Similarly, to...
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Java Annotations


Since JDK version 5.0, a new mechanism was introduced in Java that enables us to include additional information (known as metadata) directly into the java source code. This information is termed as Annotations. In English dictionary, Annotation means ¬ďa note by way of explanation or comment added...
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Java Serialization Using Serializable and Externalizable


Before we understand what Java Serialization is, first we need to understand what serialization means? In computer science, in the context of data storage, serialization is the process of translating data structures or object state into a format that can be stored and reconstructed later in the...
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WPF Container Controls - ScrollViewer, GroupBox, TabItem and Expander Control


Specialized containers are a variant of content controls but unlike content controls which can hold simple content type such as string or UIElement object, the specialized containers has larger impact and they affect the outlook of the larger portion of content visible on the screen. In this...
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Understanding Content Controls in WPF


WPF content controls are a specialized form of WPF controls and are used to store content either entered by the user or read from any other data source. Content controls can contain only one child element. This is unlike layout controls such as Grid, WrapPanel and StackPanel controls that contain...
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Formatting WPF Controls


A WPF Window is integration of multiple elements. Top level elements such as Window, layout containers such as StackPanel, DockPanel, Grid etc. and control elements such as text boxes, buttons, menu bars and tool bars etc. All the control elements in WPF derive from System.Windows.Control base...
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