TNWiki Article Spotlight - Build, Manage and Navigate the User Interface of a WPF Application
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Today I want to highlight the article named How to Build, Manage and Navigate the User Interface of a WPF Application, written by XAML guy.
Some weeks ago, I began a personal project dedicated to Office 365, and I choose to create a WPF application.
I'm not a developer anymore, but as I hold this position during some years, I thought it would be easy for me to develop this kind of applications, with a friendly user interface, and some navigation options.
That's what I thought, not what happened ...
Google isn't my best friend anymore
I spend hours on Google, read multiple forum threads, comments, ideas, lot of things, but nothing that explained me clearly How to Build, Manage and Navigate the User Interface of a WPF Application.
After having read 42 "You should try ...", 27 "I think that ..." and multiple "Your solution doesn't work", I decided to contact the man who is from that time my WPF superhero : XAML guy.
Ali Baba's Cave
He redirects me to the article I choose to highlight today, and it is just the best article I've read on this subject: detailed, well explained and linked to a sample code : How to Build, Manage and Navigate the User Interface of a WPF Application.
If you have other questions on WPF, you should have a look at his 86 (!) other code samples. and his wiki articles.
Benoît, the French Wiki Ninja