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How to create a simple WPF application

In Visual Studio 2008

Open Visual Studio 2008 and choose "File", "New", "Project..." in the main menu. Choose "WPF Application" as project type.

Choose a folder for your project and give it a name. Then press "OK"

Visual Studio creates the project and automatically adds some files to the solution. A Window1.xaml and an App.xaml. The structure looks quite similar to WinForms, except that the Window1.designer.cs file is no longer code but it's now declared in XAML as Window1.xaml

Open the Window1.xaml file in the WPF designer and drag a Button and a TextBox from the toolbox to the Window

Select the Button and switch to the event view in the properties window (click on the little yellow lightning icon). Doubleclick on the "Click" event to create a method in the codebehind that is called, when the user clicks on the button.

Note: If you do not find a yellow lightning icon, you need to install the Service Pack 1 for VisualStudio on your machine. Alternatively you can doubleclick on the button in the designer to achieve the same result.

Visual Studio automatically creates a method in the code-behind file that gets called when the button is clicked.

 
private void button1_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
{
    textBox1.Text = "Hello WPF!";
}
 
 

The textbox has automatically become assigned the name textBox1 by the WPF designer. Set text Text to "Hello WPF!" when the button gets clicked and we are done! Start the application by hit [F5] on your keyboard.

Isn't this cool!





Last modified: 2010-02-08 17:51:47
Copyright (c) by Christian Moser, 2011.

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Sanjay Modi
Commented on 17.February 2009
Simplest way to Start WPF Application. Thanks
John Smith
Commented on 19.February 2009
"Select the Button and switch to the event view in the properties window (click on the little yellow flash icon)"

What little yellow flash icon? That was the only part that was unclear to me. Everything else was good.
Chuck Martin
Commented on 19.February 2009
I don't see the yellow flash icon either. I'm guessing that the tutorial is from VS 2005, and that the VS 2008 doesn't show the icon due to a redesign.

It's easy enough to create an event, though. Go to the XAML, find the control, and use intellisense to generate the Click method (or any other event you want). An alternative method is to double-click the control (this is the same as in Winforms). That will create the event-handling code and add the event to the XAML (as a bonus, it will put the code tab in the foreground).
Ross
Commented on 22.February 2009
The yellow flash icon is only available with Service Pack 1 of Visual Studio 2008.
Toumi Redhouane
Commented on 23.February 2009
Simplest but a great work, thank you for your clarification.
Chuck Hallman
Commented on 25.February 2009
Hey man, I appreciate what you're doing. I'm brand new to WPF. Thanks for the help getting started!
A. BETTIK
Commented on 27.February 2009
Nicely done, including commnts. Newbie also. Missed the Service Pack as I thought updating from the menu would catch it. It didn't.
nagesh
Commented on 6.March 2009
hey it is very cool
sakthivel
Commented on 10.March 2009
Thanks you it is very nice :)
munch
Commented on 13.March 2009
Thanks. Don't stop writing...
DotNetXenon
Commented on 27.March 2009
Very nice to begin with.. Thanks!!!
kallu
Commented on 1.April 2009
nice stuff....thx a ton..
SP.Murugesa...
Commented on 1.April 2009
Thanks..Learning new technologies should be like this example.I hope I will learn it all in someday.:)
SP.Murugesa...
Commented on 1.April 2009
Thanks..Learning new technologies should be like this example.I hope I will learn it all in someday.:)
kamal
Commented on 2.April 2009
Do jquery works in WPF?
harshad
Commented on 3.April 2009
It's good one to start with........
Srivas
Commented on 8.April 2009
Very Nice stuff..thanks a lot..
suhaas
Commented on 11.April 2009
This is great and you are the best..Thanks
kamesg
Commented on 15.April 2009
very good sample example ,,and good star for me in wpf
Srikant
Commented on 16.April 2009
Nice article !! Its really good for learners.
BG
Commented on 21.April 2009
Cam VS2008 automatically create C++ instead of C#?
BG
Commented on 21.April 2009
Cam VS2008 automatically create C++ instead of C#?
BG
Commented on 21.April 2009
Cam VS2008 automatically create C++ instead of C#?
decoder
Commented on 23.April 2009
good work! plz dont stop...carry on with new tutorials...
Moayad
Commented on 23.April 2009
Nicely done. Thanks
hnin
Commented on 4.May 2009
Cool! thx .... we are waiting ur's new stuff ......
Fighting....
R. Anand
Commented on 11.May 2009
Is it possible to load XAML files in WEB? The above example is a windows-based application, isn't it?
sree
Commented on 13.May 2009
I am using VS2005,i had installed Frame work 3.0 and WPF and WCF extensions. I had opened the wpf project and i drag the Textbox and Button. When i double click the button, no event is come in code page. how i can fix ? In properties window didn't visible the yellow fish.
ArunKumar.G
Commented on 15.May 2009
Easy way to learning Wpf.I Hope i can learn more things in wpf....
Svend
Commented on 18.May 2009
The yellow flash icon is the yellow lightning icon :) A flash is just "brief emitting of light", which also comes with a lightning strike, but I would say that the icon is a lightning, not a flash?
Rashmi
Commented on 21.May 2009
Thank you vary much....nice job ...i am waiting for next posts
JayaMurugan
Commented on 21.May 2009
Fine Nice Way to start..........
ragz
Commented on 23.May 2009
It is a really good & simple.
Some of them r confused regarding yellow button(event button), if u r not clear u just double click the button that u have placed in the window1.xaml.It is going to create the button click event with default name(if u want to change name just click yellow button and type name next to click).
Craig Newton
Commented on 25.May 2009
Easy, simple and works for me. Thanks.
najaf
Commented on 26.May 2009
easiest way to learn WPF.....thxxx
Mehdi Rafeie
Commented on 31.May 2009
I can't find Events button in the Properties window. I can only see the Search Bar & Clear button below the name of control.
What's the matter?
Alessandro...
Commented on 31.May 2009
I cant´t find the events window, too.
If I open a Windows Form Application I do find the Events Manager window tab immediately on the right (down), like displayed in the above picture.
But if I create such a button in a window in XAML, in other words if I choose WPF Application, Visual Studio does not offer me an Event Manager Window, only a properties window. In fact, if you right-click on a button in the XAML window it will tell you there is no Event Manager window and if you right-click on the button itself you will only be able to open the properties window.
Please mail me if your Visual Studio 2008 Pro is different than mine.
kiran
Commented on 3.June 2009
nice thanks for new tech
Cheena
Commented on 4.June 2009
Hi Chris,

Thanks for the lesson on writing a simple program. But i am not able to follow it. I add text box and button. But my button doesn't say "Say Hello" like yours and i am not able to name it. Then i double click on button and it makes a event, routine... but i am not able to to put " Hello wpf" text in Text box. Can you tell me how you did it? Thanks.

New Learner.
Christian Moser
Commented on 4.June 2009
Hi Cheena,
when you click once on the button, it gets selected. Then you should see the properties of the button on the right bottom of VisualStudio. Search for a property called "Content". This is the place to write "Say Hello". The Text "Hello WPF" is put into the textBox from the code in the EventHandler.
I hope this helps.
LLcool
Commented on 6.June 2009
Can't find the the events window, too. There's no "yellow flash icon" on my property window. Only properties are shown.
Any ideas?
LLcool
Commented on 6.June 2009
SOLUTION to events window problem: just install SP1. Note: uninstall previously installed hotfixes (if any).
bax
Commented on 10.June 2009
Looking good so far
Programmer
Commented on 16.June 2009
Svend go stick your head in a garbage disposal...
Jay
Commented on 18.June 2009
When i run the program with the Button and Text box given above, i get a huge Button on the window which spans the entire screen. What could be the problem? Please help
Christian Moser
Commented on 18.June 2009
Hi Jay,
it seems as if your button has its HorizontalAlignment and VerticalAlignment set to "Stretch" and you do not have a Margin set. Set the HorizontalAlignment to "Left" and the VerticalAlignment to "Top" or adjust the Margin. You can also replace the Grid by a StackPanel. This should solve your problem.

Greetins
Christian
uioil
Commented on 29.June 2009
pariiiii
Larry Holze
Commented on 29.June 2009
Nice tutorial.
One thing on my system does not match however.
In the properties window, there are no little icons for changing the view.
Just have a categorized, alpha sorted view, but it is not complete - no events.
Able to double click controls to get to event code, but the inability to change property views is very frustrating.

Any idea if this might just be a version thing (I'm on 9.0.21022.8, c# express), or is it that I'm not configured correctly?

Thanks
Christian Moser
Commented on 1.July 2009
I Larry,
you have to install VisualStudio Service Pack 1 on your machine. I added a note to the article. Thanks for your feedback!

Greetings
Christian
Raja
Commented on 2.July 2009
Very good article < >
saleem
Commented on 7.July 2009
nice article....
Abhi
Commented on 7.July 2009
Hi Chris,

Encountered same problem as Sree,s

I am using VS2005,i had installed Frame work 3.0 and WPF and WCF extensions. I had opened the wpf project and added the Textbox and Button. When double clicked on either 'Button' or 'Form' Visual Studio is not creating method automatically in the code-behind, no event is come in code page. how i can fix ?
Tiago Antunes
Commented on 12.July 2009
Congratulations from Brazil! Very Good. Nice article!
sivaji
Commented on 14.July 2009
this is possible without wpf no, then why u r give this example ?
u have to give related example with wpf which is not possible in .net
Dave
Commented on 17.July 2009
I guess this is written in C# anything on VB or is the way to go on WPF?
Sudip
Commented on 20.July 2009
Gr8 man keep it up .I found this stuff really helpfull
A. Rajkumar
Commented on 24.July 2009
Hi, this is really a good one to get start with it. And it gave an impression on WPF to learn. Thank you.
vijayanand
Commented on 24.July 2009
thanks.. It is very useful and great
sushil
Commented on 8.August 2009
Thanks..for nice demo
mr_vicks
Commented on 14.August 2009
Thanks..easy to follow and a good WPF tutorial to get started with
kapil
Commented on 18.August 2009
Can we make website with wpf?
Major Critic
Commented on 18.August 2009
Jeez... I can't believe there are so many freakin' helpless people out there, especially Indians. Most of you guys have no right to be near a keyboard, or to call yourself software developers. Learn how to do things yourself!!! But what would I expect of a people where half their citizens crap in the streets. ROFL
Major Critic
Commented on 18.August 2009
Jeez... I can't believe there are so many freakin' helpless people out there, especially Indians. Most of you guys have no right to be near a keyboard, or to call yourself software developers. Learn how to do things yourself!!! But what would I expect of a people where half their citizens crap in the streets. ROFL
Bravo
Commented on 19.August 2009
Major, Are you homeless? sorry about it, you need to be competitive to earn it in Brazil.
Bose
Commented on 23.August 2009
Major

People you are talking about are busy learning things..while your people are busy drinking beer..

fuck off and mind your business! lol
Juno
Commented on 25.August 2009
Careful Major!!. That's the kind of attitude that could land you on the streets after your job gets outsourced to bangalore!!..
Harish Chandra
Commented on 25.August 2009
I guess many Majors have just started to learn basics while Indians are working to solve complex issues in the Master level. When all systems hangup, you will ultimately have to wait for your techno masters from India to resume your ass working, cus you obviously have to start from scratch learning your own ASS(ystem) forgetting everything after partying everyday to woo your date(s).
Well, every hard working indian know that they have to be away from you kinda stinkin racist, so they dont waste time like you do(just talking1!)
Harish Chandra
Commented on 25.August 2009
I guess many Majors have just started to learn basics while Indians are working to solve complex issues in the Master level. When all systems hangup, you will ultimately have to wait for your techno masters from India to resume your ass working, cus you obviously have to start from scratch learning your own ASS(ystem) forgetting everything after partying everyday to woo your date(s).
Well, every hard working indian know that they have to be away from you kinda stinkin racist, so they dont waste time like you do(just talking1!)
Rajib Panja
Commented on 31.August 2009
Nice article for beginners
Sushil
Commented on 6.September 2009
Nice article to start
Ibro
Commented on 6.September 2009
My Visual studio as I choose new project not showing the Template under the Project Type it only showing other visual studio solutions and under Temlape I got only Blank solutions!!
Ajay
Commented on 7.September 2009
hey thanks buddy ......

I have created my first WPF application....

Keep posting........

Thnxs
Manoj
Commented on 11.September 2009
Hey Major.
just think before what you write.
who are you to comment about indians
Mustafa Tümer
Commented on 12.September 2009
Good work. Thanks for the post. I just wonder if we can create vector based interactive 3D interfaces using WPF?
thanks
RaviGogu
Commented on 18.September 2009
ohh...very Good Tutorial..Thanx dear.
andrei
Commented on 20.September 2009
it's works without the character ;
nice job!
Ala
Commented on 22.September 2009
awsome!
Rine
Commented on 23.September 2009
Where would we be without tradition and the 'Hello World' program? :-)
This sample simply displays the first differences between WinForm and WPF
* the applicaton file is now a .xaml file
* the implementation code now includes .xaml. in the file name
* the designer code is now handled by a .xaml file

Sure, anyone who has used Visual Studio before could do it for themselves but it's great for beginners who are a bit daunted by it all.

Why do people like MC need to have such negative outbursts in domains where they obviously don't belong. I bet he goes to playgrounds and teases toddlers for wearing nappies. What a loser.
Avdesh
Commented on 23.September 2009
Great work Christian !! Really helpfull
Suresh
Commented on 24.September 2009
Nice Work...!!!
Dhanavel
Commented on 28.September 2009
Its very useful to developing the skills in WPF
JOSE...
Commented on 29.September 2009
I do not know how I lived so far without WPF ... congratulations
mnk
Commented on 1.October 2009
Major, mind ur bullshit tounge
Akhila
Commented on 2.October 2009
Christine, Good One for beginners.. Will surely recomend this site..Thanks for that.
Harish Chandra
Commented on 5.October 2009
btw, plz 2 email teh codez 4 teh other clas plz, cant figur dis 1 out...
Prasad
Commented on 9.October 2009
Come on dude u r really gud and made it simple yar . . .
P. Mohan
Commented on 12.October 2009
You have done a great. I hope you will continue........
rambabu reddy
Commented on 15.October 2009
Nice tutorial
microstar
Commented on 15.October 2009
hi..thank your toturial (^_^)
D.Billel
Commented on 15.October 2009
Merci !
DEN
Commented on 17.October 2009
Create of new WPF project on Russian
DEN simple code
Commented on 17.October 2009
Create of new WPF project on Russian
http://simplecod.wordpress.com/2009/10/12/Ñозадние-нового-пÑоекÑа-wpf/
Ravee
Commented on 18.October 2009
Dear Harish Chandra [The first commenter in this post],
You are one of the low life stinkers that I'm meeting in my life. If you really dare, post your phone number or ur company name or your real contact information. You coward. You can't do that that, because you are one sick ba****. Get help. Christian, please post some Psychiatric treatment links here. He would need it.
Ashok
Commented on 22.October 2009
Can you tell me, can we create controls dynamically at runtime using WPF
tinie_ks
Commented on 26.October 2009
hey am looking a talent which is expert in this area? anyone can recommend?
Anil
Commented on 29.October 2009
Good on you Mate........
roya
Commented on 1.November 2009
thanks a lat,
Francisco
Commented on 3.November 2009
Thank U!
I think the best way to start programming a whole new language, is programming the "hello world" program, and this is exactly the ting I was looking for to start programming in WPF language
Thank You a lot! :)
Hima
Commented on 3.November 2009
Good One ! nice start up for beginners
santu
Commented on 4.November 2009
Really it is very helpful for beginers

Thank you a lot
jatin
Commented on 5.November 2009
Nice start
swazendo
Commented on 9.November 2009
Excellent. Einstein once said something about the sign of a person who is very knowledgeable at something is the person who can teach what they know at all levels. This is the link I will give to anyone starting WPF and looking forward to continuingâ¦.
Shanawaz
Commented on 16.November 2009
Good work, thanks for chef.
Pappa Dom
Commented on 17.November 2009
Becoming a developer is like pushing water up hill - stop for any length of time and you have to start again. Thanks for the scoop on WPF Christian!
Ajith
Commented on 17.November 2009
very helpful
vinodp
Commented on 19.November 2009
very cool!!!!!!!
Ramba
Commented on 23.November 2009
I love u Chris
Arun Sadanandan
Commented on 25.November 2009
Thnaks for giving me a start on WPF Chris..., Looking out for more from you on WPF
Mitesh Neema...
Commented on 26.November 2009
Really superb for the beginner.Good job done..:)
Nancy
Commented on 27.November 2009
That was very simple and Quick !! Do u have any such tutorials on COM??
Arun vv
Commented on 28.November 2009
Nice one for beginners
Miftah
Commented on 3.December 2009
Surely beginners will become fan of you.
Karthik
Commented on 8.December 2009
Nice Tutorial
sudhakar
Commented on 9.December 2009
nice tutorial
ashraf fawzy
Commented on 9.December 2009
Many thanks for simplifying the WPF , GREAT SIMPLE LESSON , KEEP UP
Manthan
Commented on 9.December 2009
Good to go!
Maxy
Commented on 10.December 2009
Really its the stepping stone man...gr8
chandra
Commented on 11.December 2009
Surely helps to beginners....
Bhushan
Commented on 14.December 2009
What's new in this?
Manish Chouhan
Commented on 15.December 2009
Itz really nice budddy...........
U must use it for new era of applications
Lukmanul Hakeem
Commented on 15.December 2009
very nice for beginners
me
Commented on 15.December 2009
its very nice that you write not only the articles but the comments too. Keep up the good work!
Adulapuram
Commented on 16.December 2009
its really cool...
Aftab
Commented on 17.December 2009
Thanks man! Really helpful introduction to WPF. I had a feeling that I'd be tough but it is not. Its pretty simple.

Cheers and God Bless!

Aftab
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Mathw
Commented on 17.December 2009
Thanks a lot for helping out.I am very new to WPF and this is the exact tutorial I was looking for
Gurmeet
Commented on 22.December 2009
Thanks chris for a nice start !
Jagadish,...
Commented on 22.December 2009
Very good Article..Thanks and Congrates!!
Craig
Commented on 24.December 2009
Thanks for a great intro
Gourav Verma
Commented on 24.December 2009
Thanks a lot chris, good start !
SivaKumar
Commented on 25.December 2009
Thanks a lot. It was amazing. I found the content very helpful. Keep up the good work :)
Ganaa From...
Commented on 27.December 2009
i can't find yellow lightning so i am trying to install SP1. when i was trying to install SP1, i got an error (A compatible version of Visual Studio 2008 was not detected on the system. This update is designed for only the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (ENU) product family, and is not compatible with any Express editions.) what should i do???
my mail is vip_ganaa@yahoo.com send me clue plzzzzzzzz. tnx
by the way great job
Ganaa From...
Commented on 27.December 2009
i can't find yellow lightning so i am trying to install SP1. when i was trying to install SP1, i got an error (A compatible version of Visual Studio 2008 was not detected on the system. This update is designed for only the Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (ENU) product family, and is not compatible with any Express editions.) what should i do???
my mail is vip_ganaa@yahoo.com send me clue plzzzzzzzz. tnx
by the way great job
Yash
Commented on 4.January 2010
good one !!!!!
tausif
Commented on 7.January 2010
very nice for freshers,,,,thnx alot
kalpesh sheth
Commented on 11.January 2010
It is nice Example but i want some interesting example which help me to learn wpf application.
Pilar
Commented on 11.January 2010
thank you! thank you! thank you!!!!
Diviner
Commented on 12.January 2010
Your tutorial is the best I saw.

è¬è¬. (Thanks a lot.)
moshe
Commented on 13.January 2010
Simple and well illustrated tutorial.I liked it
Ankit Malhotra
Commented on 16.January 2010
Easy to understand & ideal for beginners.
gunti kiran...
Commented on 19.January 2010
Nice Example for Beginners
Manju
Commented on 19.January 2010
how is it different from asp.net
bharghavaram
Commented on 20.January 2010
Good Example For Learners
udhaya
Commented on 20.January 2010
i think, you better keep the comment with yourself only, what you except from us with this comments.
other wise your site much more useful with rich in look and feel.
Surya
Commented on 21.January 2010
Stop writing comments by yourself mate
Soby Mathew
Commented on 29.January 2010
very nice for freshers..........thnx alot
Abhishek
Commented on 29.January 2010
Its great sir ...keep it up
Ramesh
Commented on 1.February 2010
Very Nice article ...thank you so much dear
ngoquoccuong
Commented on 1.February 2010
sorry, i want to create a button in xaml.cs file and then show this button in xaml file with left and top margin, how do i do? Please help me.
anand
Commented on 2.February 2010
Thanks it is very innovative for new commerce
Shailendra
Commented on 3.February 2010
Hi, this is good examle ti start wpf.

I want to fill combo box through database.please give me way.
Pooja
Commented on 3.February 2010
Its good Start..!! Thanks
sud
Commented on 3.February 2010
nice
Ali.aghdam
Commented on 3.February 2010
Its great
tanks
kelv
Commented on 5.February 2010
Great i love it
Radix
Commented on 5.February 2010
Super Cool...Thanx..!
Alexg
Commented on 7.February 2010
Great post, thanks !
neeraj
Commented on 8.February 2010
This is okay..but can you tell me use of some media element??
shailendra
Commented on 8.February 2010
cool but its very concize
viruskimera
Commented on 9.February 2010
i think this tutorial is great, it´s wonderful that you set images and source
abjieet
Commented on 9.February 2010
Frickin awesome and straight to the point.
Ram
Commented on 10.February 2010
Great! Good for starters.
vvMINOvv
Commented on 12.February 2010
prrrettty awsome to the point explanation. loving it
Ajaykumar
Commented on 16.February 2010
Nice! Example
I face once problem
At the properties window of Visual studio 2008 C# there is no event button
What is that problem ?
How to make show the event button. so that the controls events can be selected
chamith
Commented on 18.February 2010
good work,
sreedharn
Commented on 22.February 2010
Great.......................
Sachin
Commented on 22.February 2010
is XP home is supported for .net environment and window applications??
TKundNobody
Commented on 25.February 2010
Yes it is, you can install .Net3.5Sp1 or .Net4.0 and VS2008 or VS2010 on XP Home/Pro as well as on Vista (all Editions) / 7 (all Editions)
Anil Kumar
Commented on 26.February 2010
Very Nice.. This Will more useful for beginers.. thank you
Naveen
Commented on 4.March 2010
U do d same in vs2005.Isn't it?
Sandeep
Commented on 6.March 2010
It is fabulous.
I am wondering how easy starting it is.
Ashok
Commented on 9.March 2010
It is very nice to design UI Zenerica
YongMi
Commented on 11.March 2010
wow:X..
Sagar
Commented on 14.March 2010
You could give 'Next' and 'Previous' and the end of the each page of this tutorial so that we could go to the next part of the tutorial easily.
Eiji
Commented on 18.March 2010
"Hello WPF!" instead of "Hello World!" as usual.. haha.. nice..
kttk
Commented on 18.March 2010
I installed microsoft visual C# 2010 express and tried to follow your example, but could not build. The message I got was "The type projectname.Mainwindow already contains a definition for Button". Any clue?
kttk
Commented on 18.March 2010
I closed the solution then recreated another solution. This time it built and ran but did not display any controls. The display window was black so I thought I might changed te background and forground but still it did not work. Any one has any idea?
Amit
Commented on 19.March 2010
at least kick off the fear of the so called BIG name "WPF" ... thanks
Kumar
Commented on 26.March 2010
Good Start for begineers, as amit said it kick off the fear of WPF, thanx
Raghavanantham
Commented on 29.March 2010
Nice tutorial for beginners
Gousepasha
Commented on 29.March 2010
Very useful tutuorial to beginners pls keep it up, thanx
reza...
Commented on 30.March 2010
Great post, thanks !
very good
Rajesh Kumar
Commented on 31.March 2010
Very Interisting Tools and also very useful tutorial for beginers thanks.........
Ankit
Commented on 3.April 2010
Grate
Nice Start of new concept
Thanks
Johnson
Commented on 8.April 2010
Great. But I have a problem. My standard resolution is 1440x900, where this sample looks neat and exact. Whereas if i change the resolution to 1280x800 my form still looks stretched. can v make that as it was in the previous resolution in this resolution or any other?
Johnson
Commented on 8.April 2010
Great. But I have a problem. My standard resolution is 1440x900, where this sample looks neat and exact. Whereas if i change the resolution to 1280x800 my form still looks stretched. can v make that as it was in the previous resolution in this resolution or any other?
Am Using VB 2010 Express beta (for trial)
Ajay
Commented on 12.April 2010
A very simple and great example for startesr.
Thanks
Michael
Commented on 13.April 2010
I love it.Very clearly,thks
lak
Commented on 14.April 2010
hi it`s good
sandeep
Commented on 14.April 2010
Good start
AK
Commented on 14.April 2010
Thanks for the tutorial. It helps.
Markus
Commented on 17.April 2010
Hi kttk, and all others.
I have also the problem with balck window. VS2010 .NET4.0 create an new WPF Solution, start --> Black Window, using .NET3.5 everything OK. ANY Solutions ?
mudasir
Commented on 20.April 2010
exceptonal well for the beginer
Mike
Commented on 22.April 2010
Thank you very much. This helped a lot.
Ashok
Commented on 28.April 2010
Its very helpfull for the beginners.
SAM
Commented on 28.April 2010
Very good in expalanation
El Smurfa...
Commented on 29.April 2010
using VS2008--
I'm through the tut but when I hit F5 the studio builds and says "Success", but no screen opens and the studio is ready for F5 again, I don't get a form with the button.
Arvind
Commented on 3.May 2010
GOOD REALLY HELPFULL
THANK YOU
kaushar
Commented on 4.May 2010
thanx for this post buddy........
khalid
Commented on 7.May 2010
thank you
Sweta
Commented on 7.May 2010
Thanks a lot!!.. again very helpful..:)
kulla
Commented on 7.May 2010
I got an idea about this... to proceed
ThanXX....
Bharat
Commented on 8.May 2010
Really a good tutorial for the beginners. Nice Approach thanks
Thanks
Commented on 8.May 2010
I did't know abt before
Very usefull help
thanks
priya
Commented on 10.May 2010
Very Helpful for beginners.Tnq...
White
Commented on 11.May 2010
Thanks...
Pradeep
Commented on 13.May 2010
Thats Great...........
Thasli
Commented on 14.May 2010
really very nice for guidence
Praveen
Commented on 14.May 2010
I like it
Simon
Commented on 16.May 2010
It is interesting. During 7 years we already(in my teams) used XML representation of Winform layout, background, handling definition(names of handling methods, to be used via reflection or assembly load services, Java Script, which is attached dynamically to hard .NET code, or even C# code to be compiled dynamically). Why we was not in the Redmond?
Chithiravelu S
Commented on 19.May 2010
valuable meterials for beginner
Sanaz
Commented on 22.May 2010
Thank you very much...It's great.
Khalilo
Commented on 24.May 2010
i really would like to thank you for sharing such knowledge in a very easy and well structured manner :) !!
Masoud
Commented on 24.May 2010
Tank You.is Very Good
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Koko
Commented on 25.May 2010
More more! :)
Lavanya
Commented on 26.May 2010
Very Gud and Self explainatory.. Need More..
Elshan
Commented on 3.June 2010
Thanks Lot,Please Explain How To Add Office 2007 ribon in our application
Muki
Commented on 4.June 2010
it's very good for beginers
sagar
Commented on 7.June 2010
Thank you.
It's great........
Blood HaZaRd
Commented on 7.June 2010
Maybe a tutorial with binding data using DependencyProperty as an alternative solution will make it greater
Paul
Commented on 8.June 2010
this application can be done in a simple WindowsApplication whit an WindowsForm
Babu
Commented on 10.June 2010
am beginner n thanks alot for given me the Platform
Guest
Commented on 13.June 2010
Great Help to understand WPF
Yogesh...
Commented on 16.June 2010
Thanks For Giving such a nice Start.
arnab kumar...
Commented on 19.June 2010
Nice Job ! Its really helpfull as always.
sarita
Commented on 21.June 2010
Thanks , good start
Abhinav Jha
Commented on 24.June 2010
Useful Article..........
Thanks
Selva
Commented on 25.June 2010
superb article for someone new for wpf
Syed Sharique
Commented on 25.June 2010
Nice way to understand each and every step.. Thanks--
Vermillion
Commented on 25.June 2010
My program crashes and I'm asked to debug. I guess it's because I'm using Windows XP SP2?
Vermillion
Commented on 25.June 2010
Ahh don't mind me, I solved it by making a new project and not changing the names of the controls. Heh, sorry for the double-comment.
Ante
Commented on 25.June 2010
Thank you very much for this nice site :)
sampada
Commented on 29.June 2010
Excellent..
olesh
Commented on 29.June 2010
This site rules, thanks a lot :-) the best I've founded.
shilpi agrawal
Commented on 30.June 2010
Hey no doubt its good site to learn WPF but never use drag to design WPF from,its not the right way..always define grid rows and columns definition then and make the table structure and then put the control accordingly...so you will not b confuse to set controls place in the design form.
Hope its help full!!
Esteban
Commented on 4.July 2010
Thanks, didn't know where to start from
Ashish
Commented on 8.July 2010
Really helpful, Thank you!
srikanth...
Commented on 9.July 2010
really simple and awesome
Nitin
Commented on 9.July 2010
Very nice wasn't aware of how and from where to start
thnks
Rajni Padhiyar
Commented on 12.July 2010
Good Starting.

Thanks
Rajni Padhiyar
rajnicby.si@gmail.com
krishna
Commented on 14.July 2010
Gud ...need more
Victor
Commented on 17.July 2010
From what I can see, it is not COOL. It is C# and XAML ;)
Nilesh
Commented on 20.July 2010
Its nice article,i have created my first application using this article....
janvi patel
Commented on 21.July 2010
very good site
Nithya
Commented on 21.July 2010
Cute!!!!
ali
Commented on 24.July 2010
Nothing is in this tutorial.. same like simple windows form
veer
Commented on 24.July 2010
Very Nice article, very helpful for Beginners.....
abid
Commented on 26.July 2010
good one...plz give some more emaxples
Manish
Commented on 27.July 2010
superb
Kanchan Rajput
Commented on 29.July 2010
This is very good article for bignners
Ahmad...
Commented on 29.July 2010
This is very good, but I faced a problem ,that there is no event tab in properties window so I wrote it in xaml code area , any suggestions ???
person
Commented on 30.July 2010
Dude, I totally get this now. I'm new to WPF and had a little trouble understanding XAML. THANK YOU!!!
Sean
Commented on 2.August 2010
This is awesome advice
Anil
Commented on 2.August 2010
Nice tutorial for the beginners..
Bikant
Commented on 2.August 2010
very good
bindu
Commented on 3.August 2010
hey nice but need more examples!!!! also pls provide info on more topics...the way u have explained is really fantastic...very clear to understand for beginers like me
thank u
akond rahman
Commented on 4.August 2010
cool cool cool
WPF_Beginer
Commented on 5.August 2010
Hi,
When I run the application, i get an "XAMLParse exception unhandled" error. Why is it so ? Also, I don't have SP1 installed on my system. Could that be the reason?

Avijit
Commented on 6.August 2010
Very good site
Bhargava
Commented on 10.August 2010
Its a very good site to lear the WPF, even during the first 10 minute of starting, i get fair idea about WPF and was able to create this simple application.
Thanks dud,
Bhargava Pandey
www.bhargavapandey.com
Qualitatserz...
Commented on 12.August 2010
I made it using Visual Basic 2008 Express and works exactly the same!!!
sree
Commented on 13.August 2010
gud article
Sandeep...
Commented on 16.August 2010
very good article thanks christian
Praveen Kumar
Commented on 17.August 2010
Hello WPF !

i successfully done my first WPF Program....Cheers !!!!!!!!!!!!!
Siva...
Commented on 18.August 2010
Gr8 my first WPF Started.. Here we go!!!
madu
Commented on 18.August 2010
wow...excellent.need more articles from you in future too
vijay
Commented on 19.August 2010
Superb
shrishail
Commented on 20.August 2010
Can I know the difference between create the WPF appliction in Visual Studio and in Expression Studio?
kirankumar...
Commented on 20.August 2010
Great , superb
prasobh.k
Commented on 21.August 2010
Excellent.visit my site http://www.microemail.co.cc
fsdf
Commented on 21.August 2010
<a href="">adasaS</a>
Rahul panchal
Commented on 22.August 2010
if text box is null, so i want execute onother error screen than what shall i do?
CHRISTIAN
Commented on 23.August 2010
I apprieciate your feedback but I cant explain it anymore in depth because I just copy and pasted this from another website
Shine
Commented on 31.August 2010
Nice one to start with!
rajeshp
Commented on 1.September 2010
good & very nice...
Ilviann Zed
Commented on 1.September 2010
Didn't work in SharpDevelop.
Leena
Commented on 2.September 2010
very good n very easy to learn..
Jason
Commented on 7.September 2010
Not a bad set of instructions for getting some basic information about writing a WPF "hello world" application. Interesting that properties window in Visual Studio 2008 requires service pack for listing events.
srikanth
Commented on 8.September 2010
nice
Carlos
Commented on 12.September 2010
Thanks! :)
veerabhadra s
Commented on 15.September 2010
Good.
Still more information should be added in proper manner.
makka
Commented on 20.September 2010
awesome !
Shimul Mahmud
Commented on 22.September 2010
Good Article. Keep it up. Thanks
Viral
Commented on 27.September 2010
Good...
Naresh
Commented on 27.September 2010
Gud one Thanks a lot......
murali krishna
Commented on 29.September 2010
WITHOUT USING WPF ALSO WE CAN DISPLAY THAT MESSAGE WHEN USER CLICKS ON BUTTON.THEN WHY YOU PUBLISH THIS ARTICLE? I CANT ABLE TO UNDERSTAND WHAT YOUR INTENTION IS.............
murali krishna
Commented on 30.September 2010
HELLO CHRIS......REPLY TO MY QUERY.......THANKS IN ADVANCE.
murali krishna
Commented on 30.September 2010
YESTERDAY I POSTED THAT QUERY.....TODAY I CHECK FOR REPLY.BUT I DIDNT FIND ANY.HOPE TOMORROW I WILL FIND YOUR VALUABLE REPLY.
Pavan Kumar S
Commented on 1.October 2010
Good
Jummy
Commented on 2.October 2010
Drop the caps man. Look at the source of the xaml-file and see how WPF does things differently. You learn through looking, not shouting.
Antriksh
Commented on 2.October 2010
It's interesting and simple but what the reason behind using WPF instead of simple window application.
imambahtiar
Commented on 5.October 2010
it's very good
AlanP
Commented on 11.October 2010
What to do about the error: WpfApplication1\obj\Debug\CSC1CC5.tmp' is not a valid Win32 resource file. I understand it has to do with an oversized icon.
Alanp
Commented on 11.October 2010
It seems that adding a resource, such as an image, will fix the problem with the invalid win32 resource.
krishana singh
Commented on 16.October 2010
good

tutorial site of WPF
siva
Commented on 18.October 2010
good
Nishar
Commented on 19.October 2010
good!
Vijay
Commented on 22.October 2010
Really interesting. You need to know more of WPF to appreciate using it instead of WinForms. A simple difference...

Add a Sample.bmp to your solution and add the following block of code in the XAML.

<Button Margin="111,111,111,67" Name="button1" Click="button1_Click" >
<StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal">
<Image Source="Sample.bmp" Stretch="Uniform"/>
<TextBlock Text="Say Hello WPF" />
</StackPanel>
</Button>

Run the form and find the difference.
Vijay
Commented on 22.October 2010
BTW...i did not have the yellow lightening symbol button too.
I just added the event in the Window1.xaml.cs and hooked it up using "Click="button1_Click"...

till i get VS2008 with SP1 or above.
Vijay
Commented on 22.October 2010
BTW...i did not have the yellow lightening symbol button too.
I just added the event in the Window1.xaml.cs and hooked it up using "Click="button1_Click"...

till i get VS2008 with SP1 or above.
Asmi
Commented on 1.November 2010
Thanks, this is a very simple yet useful info..
nawal
Commented on 2.November 2010
very easy to understand
Thank's
Somnath...
Commented on 3.November 2010
Very good article,easy to Understand Thanks!
Ganesh Kumar
Commented on 10.November 2010
Good Explanation. Add more information( Theory Concept ).
Thank You.
pradeep
Commented on 10.November 2010
simply a great basics.. but i need more.. thank u
chaithanya
Commented on 11.November 2010
Really good start. Thanks alot.
Mike
Commented on 11.November 2010
Nice Website & Tutos !

However, how do you configurate your project to generate C# files instead of VB files ?

Thanx, Mike
Aditya
Commented on 13.November 2010
WOW! such a fantastic site to learn WPF. THANXX a ton!!
rohit
Commented on 15.November 2010
It was simple and nice for beginners.
narasimha
Commented on 16.November 2010

It was simple and nice for beginners.and u had to give intenal explanation
Ed
Commented on 17.November 2010
Got a newbie question here.

How do you change the text of the button to "Say Hello!"?
Ed
Commented on 17.November 2010
Oh never mind I figured it out. I was looking for "text" in the properties menu but then I realized that the field has been changed to "content" in WPF
Ganesh
Commented on 19.November 2010
thanks
PRATEEK
Commented on 19.November 2010
not good.
Tom
Commented on 24.November 2010
Nice tutorial thanks a lot!
atik sarker
Commented on 25.November 2010
how to begin the idea is good.
Amat Bittaye
Commented on 1.December 2010
That is a start!
Zachary Uram
Commented on 2.December 2010
Nice!
vidhut
Commented on 3.December 2010
good tutorials
prasad
Commented on 6.December 2010
it is very nice to understand but give me some more examples plzzzzzzzz
Nagesh
Commented on 9.December 2010
Good Example for beginners.
Akhil Tripathi
Commented on 9.December 2010
good example...........I want something more like that
Priya
Commented on 14.December 2010
Good Effort.
effctive for beginners
Bob
Commented on 15.December 2010
u mentioned before that cods behind events not recommended. did I read correctly? thx.
Sraya
Commented on 15.December 2010
It is simple example to understand. Need more examples for advance learner. Thanks
Ido Silverwater
Commented on 17.December 2010
Thanks,
I learned a couple of things
and again thank u
Thangavel Raju
Commented on 19.December 2010
Good for a trainee, need more for advance leaners.
Venkatesh
Commented on 22.December 2010
Good Easy To Understand
tom
Commented on 23.December 2010
good one thank u soo much for providing this
vijaybhaskar
Commented on 24.December 2010
good but i want more examples on it not simple examples
Rahul Chavan
Commented on 24.December 2010
It,s a Very Good Way To Know WPF. Thanks a lot.
JasRaj
Commented on 30.December 2010
Very nice
Rupesh Jaiswal
Commented on 31.December 2010
Very easy and understandable material for beginers also.
sai krishna
Commented on 5.January 2011
nice superb to the writer nice for the beginner . thanx provide like that if microsoft introduce new technology
Mathesh
Commented on 5.January 2011
Thanks... :)
thanga
Commented on 6.January 2011
very useful to learn for a beginners...thank u
ravi@mcafee
Commented on 12.January 2011
very nice
anvas
Commented on 13.January 2011
Fabulous ... Really
Naveen
Commented on 21.January 2011
Good to start with
Shailendra...
Commented on 22.January 2011
thanks sir very useful to learn for fresher
Vaibhav Holambe
Commented on 23.January 2011
Very Nice.. Thanks :)
Dipti
Commented on 24.January 2011
Thank U So Much.....
Mel
Commented on 26.January 2011
Cool. I like my first WPF application.
Jodan
Commented on 27.January 2011
it's goods job... thanks..
manideep
Commented on 31.January 2011
good but i need some more rich examples dude anyway thax for this tutorial.. :)
Delyo
Commented on 1.February 2011
those who knows how to use VB.net will find this interesting
Thaara
Commented on 7.February 2011
Very good example for beginners.Thanks
BAIJU
Commented on 8.February 2011
VERY GOOD, THANKS
Israr
Commented on 8.February 2011
perfect example to understand
Roshani
Commented on 9.February 2011
Good Example
but need more examples on WPF
Manish
Commented on 10.February 2011
Very goo example for beginners and interesting.thanx
koti
Commented on 10.February 2011
Very nice to understand basic.
deepak
Commented on 16.February 2011
yeah its really helpful...thanks alot
i am gaining
Homer
Commented on 16.February 2011
I am a Java Programmer, I am just curious how WPF works, thanks now I learned.
Ad
Commented on 16.February 2011
Great stuff for someone who is absolute beginner. Thanks a lot
G Selvakumar
Commented on 17.February 2011
Simple example
Dnyanesh
Commented on 17.February 2011
Really Nice basic understanding !!
Thanks a lot!
Mohamed Yasin
Commented on 17.February 2011
It is really helpful for beginners
Surani
Commented on 22.February 2011
A really easy article to go practical with WPF...Actually shows how can we start working with WPF!! good going
Muhammad Faisal
Commented on 25.February 2011
Nice ....... Goood Example
Muhammad Faisal
Commented on 25.February 2011
Nice ....... Goood Example
Rahul
Commented on 25.February 2011
Very Very Simple To Get It !!!
Vamshi
Commented on 25.February 2011
Good but need couple of examples and scenarios
Vinay L A
Commented on 1.March 2011
Really good... easily understandable.... very useful
Antony
Commented on 2.March 2011
Really cool one.....thanks
Nitesh
Commented on 3.March 2011
really awesome !!!
Gautam
Commented on 4.March 2011
Very Good Example for Beginner
Rakesh
Commented on 5.March 2011
good example for understanding

Whiteblond
Commented on 5.March 2011
Thanks! ARticle really easy, but when i am click textBox1 in designer, in .cs automat appear
private void textBox1_TextChanged_1(object sender, TextChangedEventArgs e)
{

}

please tell more about..i am very begginer!
Harshil
Commented on 8.March 2011
really good one..
topgun
Commented on 9.March 2011
i completed this tutorial so now i can place wpf programing as one of my skills on my resume
Nosa
Commented on 10.March 2011
cool..am kinda new to wpf and my question is.can wpf applications run in web browsers..wat i mean is.can a wpf application substitute an asps.net apps?
aldo costa
Commented on 14.March 2011
Those comment's above are fake?
Srikanth
Commented on 15.March 2011
Really cool one.....thanks
Srikanth
Commented on 15.March 2011
Really cool one.....thanks
yash patel
Commented on 15.March 2011
I have a problem in developing this application .I am unable to write any thing through keyboard in window1.xmal.cs file . why i dont know reason pls help me
Vatan
Commented on 21.March 2011
Good to start with WPF.
Vedam
Commented on 23.March 2011
It is clear to understand
nice one!
Sanjay Patolia
Commented on 24.March 2011
Good to start with
Naik
Commented on 28.March 2011
great..it's easy understandable...
Manivel
Commented on 31.March 2011
very helpful for beginners.
swapna
Commented on 31.March 2011
nice......dear
rainShark
Commented on 3.April 2011
Thanks..
clozed2u
Commented on 4.April 2011
thanks a lot for tutorial.
chel_rc
Commented on 8.April 2011
i like the example..nice one...friend...if i will install this program to a windows touch screen..is it automatically function without clicking through mouse but touching only by fingers?
chel_rc
Commented on 8.April 2011
h!!!friend..nice example..i can relate..i like it...if i will install this program to a windows touch screen..is the clicking process will automatically function by touching the button through fingers?..or is it possible the this program might install in a touch screen device?
Peter
Commented on 12.April 2011
Du hast Dir viel M&Atilde;&frac14;he gegeben. Sehr sch&Atilde;&para;n. Danke von der Community!
Elham
Commented on 12.April 2011
very good thanks
chumplord
Commented on 12.April 2011
that's so simple it borders on retarded
kranthi
Commented on 13.April 2011
thanks a lot for tutorial.
Mike
Commented on 21.April 2011
I don't get it how is this different from winForms?
Ryein
Commented on 23.April 2011
This doesn't work...
jhn
Commented on 26.April 2011
thu..dash madiri iruku un tutorial
Sachin...
Commented on 30.April 2011
thanks for providing of tutorial of WPF in very easy language....
Javed Khan
Commented on 2.May 2011
It Nice friends
I improve my skill in wpf from it.
Thanks a lot.
Aman
Commented on 9.May 2011
Very nice....i feel very good to understand
arun
Commented on 13.May 2011
very nice.....
Sasmita
Commented on 14.May 2011
Good to start with.thanks
Daniyal
Commented on 16.May 2011
Nice one...feeling good to learn WPF
Rishabh Gupta
Commented on 16.May 2011
@Nosa : WPF is only for the Desktop application Developments...for web development there is Silverlight...
rahul
Commented on 16.May 2011
its really good to learn with basics and u have done it thank u
phani
Commented on 19.May 2011
its awesome explanation......evry one new to WPF can get this example....
seyed_m
Commented on 23.May 2011
Thanks, so simple for starting WPF
cbfdgfd
Commented on 24.May 2011
ya its really nice...
Tempo
Commented on 24.May 2011
hmmm its really very nice article.........
Twinkle
Commented on 25.May 2011
my question is.can wpf applications run in web browsers..wat i mean is.can a wpf application substitute an aspx.net apps?
Logan Bayer
Commented on 26.May 2011
Hello,

I would like to share one of my new experiences related to .NET and VoIP. Recently I have find
a sample WPF softphone the source code of it which was written in .Net 4.0. It is a VoIP softphone and
it can forward and receive calls and DTMF signals. In addition with the help of them the caller party can
navigate in IVR systems easily. It is very necessary in my opinion for the companies which has great number of
customers.

If you are interested in, you can read about this solution and find the source code of the sample software here:
http://www.voip-sip-sdk.com/p_116-how-to-build-a-c-open-source-voip-softphone-with-wpf-gui-using-ozeki-sip-sdk-voip.html

This source code can be developed, and it can be the basis of a customized softphone, that fits to your need.

Good developing!
a
Commented on 28.May 2011
true
naveen
Commented on 30.May 2011
Very great
Ace
Commented on 9.June 2011
Thanks. Need to learn all I can and this is a great hands on start.
Soniya
Commented on 10.June 2011
nice..
Mona
Commented on 13.June 2011
Thanks, It's so simple for starting WPF :)
Alec
Commented on 16.June 2011
Awesome! Thanks for sharing
Amit
Commented on 17.June 2011
Very usefull for begginer .......
vinod
Commented on 20.June 2011
its really good to learn with basics
chetan
Commented on 22.June 2011
nice thanks
shyam
Commented on 24.June 2011
What is special in this example code, we can design this one using simple winforms. Give an example explaining what is the special in WPF?
Mebul Agrawal
Commented on 24.June 2011
Excellent
Usama
Commented on 24.June 2011
I am having problem in adding controls to the Window1.XMAL .. The whole toolbox is greyed out. I cannot drag any control. Can someone help please
Usama
Commented on 24.June 2011
I am having problem in adding controls to the Window1.XMAL .. The whole toolbox is greyed out. I cannot drag any control. Can someone help please
harini
Commented on 25.June 2011
i lost my
Shirantha
Commented on 26.June 2011
That's works fine!..thanka...it was my first WPF app....
Naik
Commented on 28.June 2011
very nice
Naik
Commented on 28.June 2011
very nice
Aakaash
Commented on 28.June 2011
Thanks...
Milan Jose
Commented on 29.June 2011
Nice one... Thanks
Manognya
Commented on 29.June 2011
Thanks ! it was crisp and simple
Sherry
Commented on 30.June 2011
Thx friend!
bahram
Commented on 1.July 2011
its good for amator programers
guna
Commented on 2.July 2011
basic thinks all are good thanks for this page.
Giri
Commented on 5.July 2011
Thanks for the tutorials...if u can give a link to bottom of the every article to go to the next article (u decide the order :)) instead of using menus, would be better i feel.
blabeen
Commented on 5.July 2011
Thanx mate, coool
Anurag
Commented on 8.July 2011
Good work I Guess!
Snow
Commented on 8.July 2011
INDEED COOL!! THANKS
Siva
Commented on 9.July 2011
Superb!! Thanks
Jesús
Commented on 12.July 2011
Beginning with WPF for Dummies :p jejeje Thnx
a
Commented on 13.July 2011
It is good. Easy to undertsand.good start for a beginner
vutla
Commented on 14.July 2011
This is starting example ! good
Nikola
Commented on 19.July 2011
Thnx, best regards from Croatia!
shiva naga...
Commented on 20.July 2011
very useful to beginers
JK
Commented on 21.July 2011
Thank you so much!!
Rohan
Commented on 23.July 2011
gud one
fxbian
Commented on 25.July 2011
Nice tutorial, for beigmers 10x :D
sowba
Commented on 26.July 2011
Nice!!Its useful for me..Thanks
nency
Commented on 27.July 2011
Superb!! Thanks
nency
Commented on 27.July 2011
Superb!! Thanks
amrit
Commented on 28.July 2011
good for beginner
Muhammad Faheem
Commented on 28.July 2011
really coooolll...
Suhas Patil
Commented on 28.July 2011
Very Good For the Beginners....
uma ramesh
Commented on 29.July 2011
I am having problem when Selecting the Button and switch to the event view in the properties window is not appeared. Doubleclick on the &quot;Click&quot; event to create a method in the codebehind that is not called,i am using vs2005 .net3.0 Can someone help please

padma
Commented on 30.July 2011
thanks friend
Dhimmar Pari
Commented on 30.July 2011
Hi it's superb and helpful for beginner....

Thanks
reyad
Commented on 9.August 2011
nice article for beginners
pijush kumar...
Commented on 10.August 2011
Nice for starting the WPF
Jonisson
Commented on 15.August 2011
(brasil)valeu maluco!!! estou estudando WPF e esse tutorial tem sidou uma mao na roda!!! valeu mesmo!!!
Faisal H...
Commented on 16.August 2011
The Great Website For WPF Learn Thanks Sir.
Sudarshan
Commented on 22.August 2011
Begginer Examples Good
ROHITH
Commented on 23.August 2011
hi, i have already started doing the wpf application, but now im facing the problem that for different resolutions my application is not visible properly and some of part of the applications r getting cropped,,,, i have used the grid control to place the buttons, but for other resolutions the buttons r getting displaced, so pls any help me out how to resolve it,,,,,,,,,,
Anjum
Commented on 25.August 2011
thanks ...
Its too esy to understand
Anjum
Commented on 25.August 2011
Thanks !
Its too easy to understand .
Jalindar
Commented on 26.August 2011
Very useful. Thanks
Sree
Commented on 28.August 2011
Its good,but what's new with WPF! It can simply be done with winforms.Please give some example which describe the WPF specialty.
grege
Commented on 30.August 2011
oooooo
you Are very smart
ankit
Commented on 31.August 2011
good demo
siva
Commented on 5.September 2011
worst example i didn't find need to demonstrate here. we can do in windows form only...
siva
Commented on 5.September 2011
worst example i didn't find need to demonstrate here. we can do in windows form only...
mahesh
Commented on 6.September 2011
Superb for beginners
Thanks for providing
Vinay
Commented on 8.September 2011
Thank you very much. It was my 1st WPF sample.... Thanks again..... :)
Vinay
Commented on 12.September 2011
Very useful tutorial... thanks :) I just wanna give 1 suggestion; if you could add a link @ Bottom for next page then it will be better..
abc
Commented on 12.September 2011
WPF is for desktop application or web application???????
kishore
Commented on 13.September 2011
super very much useful for beginers
KISHORE
Commented on 13.September 2011
NICE VERY MUCH USEFUL
Sumantra
Commented on 14.September 2011
After creating an application I am not getting any control on toolbox to add on .xaml page.I need help.

Roshni Shah
Commented on 20.September 2011
Good Example for beginner...
kalaivanan
Commented on 21.September 2011
very useful........ Thanks
Lokesh...
Commented on 22.September 2011
very useful!:-)
Shivu
Commented on 22.September 2011
It is Very useful for Beginners
MMS
Commented on 24.September 2011
Really nice. I am the beginner for learning Dot net but like to learn more
Ashok
Commented on 27.September 2011
Nice article for beginners.
Mahesh Mane
Commented on 27.September 2011
It's cool

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