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What are Fallback and Target Null Values in WPF?


In WPF, Fallback is one of the features of binding fallback values. When we are working with the WPF there are many cases when we get the null values or not the correct binding for handle this type of situation WPF can provide us with Fallback values and Target Null Value. Two types of Fallback values are available. TargetNullValue FallbackValue TargetNullValue is used when we want to display the alternate value when the object property is null. If the object value is null...

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Introduction to DataContext And AutoWire in WPF


Table of Content 1. What is DataContext? 2. Auto-wire with ViewModelLocator 3. Conclusion What is DataContext? DataContext is one of the most useful concepts of Data Binding. DataContext is a property that is defined within FrameWorkElement. This is the default source of your bindings. For binding an object, we need some data from somewhere. There are a few ways to specify the source of data. We can use the Source property for binding, inherit a DataContext,...

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How to build the Client-Server Architecture using Self Hosted WCF Service and WPF Client?


Table of Content 1. What is a self-hosted WCF service? 1.1. Service 1.2. Clients 2. Conclusion What is a self-hosted WCF service? Self-hosting is the simplest way to host your services and a Self-hosted is that it hosts the service in an application that could be a Console Application or Window Forms, etc. Ways to host the WCF service. Hosting in Internet Information Services (IIS). Hosting in Console or Desktop Application...

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What are the different ways of Binding in WPF?


1. What is Binding? 2. Datacontext binding 3. Source 4. Relative Resource 5. Element name 5.1. One-way data-binding 5.2. Two-way data binding 5.3. One Time 6. Fall back value 7. Conclusion What is Binding? Binding is the most important topic for WPF. In this blog, we will discuss how and in which ways binding needs to be done. The binding concept helps you to implement design rules into your project. WPF uses a Dependency property...

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How to apply different Themes on WPF Application?


Table of Content 1. What is a Theme? 2. Steps for creating a theme 3. WLet's see an example to understand better. 4. Custom Themes 5. Telerik UL for WPF 6. DevExpress 7. Actipro 8. Conclusion What is a Theme? Theme means overall look, layouts, and style of the website or Application. In WPF when the style is used at Application Level it is known as the theme of the application. WPF styles are used at various levels like control, layout,...

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