Sice vím velký kulový, ale rád se rozdělím ....
DevExpress celkem “pravidelně” nabízí zdarma některé své komponenty. V posledních dnech/týdnech je nyní možné stáhnout a používat (a to i pro komerční účely) více jak 60 komponent:
Je potřeba zadat funkční e-mail (jak jinak), kam přijdou informace jak komponenty stáhnout.
Link na free componenty: https://www.devexpress.com/Products/Free/NetOffer/
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Michale, at koukam jak koukam, muzu stahnout max. evaluation, ale nikde nevidim Get Your Free Controls ... muzes mi dat nejakej hint? Ja uz si jednou pro ty brejle fakt dojdu, slibuju.
Nejaky problem s cachovanim:( Ja ten link v tom clanku vidim v editacnim rezimu, ale neni videt na opublikovanem clanku...
Takze ho pro jistotu davam jeste sem: https://www.devexpress.com/Products/Free/NetOffer/
A hle ... uz je videt i v clanku ... diky
Tato nabídka komponent zdarma je přibližně rok a půl stará, možná déle. Bohužel marně čekám na nějakou "lite" verzi Grid View, nevíte o něčem takovém?
that /PropertyNAme/Changed event should also do the job, but I could never get this work. Again there was much DRY vioiltaon around the ceremony to write INPC properties (until I found notifypropertyweaver).The most difficult thing to learn was when to use what features. Between MVVM, property and data triggers which I have now learned are in one group, separate from event triggers, Converters, and templates, i had (and still often don't) no idea which tool is right to implement a given feature in my application.I don't give up. I did put it on the back burner for many months.My prior experience was web circa 1995-2002, GTK+ and Winforms.The best resources were(and continue to be) coworkers and stack overflow.A huge gripe of mine is that all of the book that I have read (Unleashed, Code+Markup, Programming[o'reilly], and Essential) cover the basic features but none show how to apply them, so you are really left with more questions than answers. When do I use a Converter instead of binding to a dependent property in my view model? When do I bind to view model properties instead of simply using a style and property or data trigger?Another problem with the learning process is that its very easy to read the WPF books and skip or quickly skim the chapter (or chapters in all 4 books I read) on animation. This is a huge mistake. I blame the book authors for calling it animation. Its not. Those chapters should be called Application State Management. In every case I've found the event trigger topics are buried in the animation chapters and it is by far the most important topic for keeping a nice UI (please wait spinners, etc) and really has little to do with animation. Event Triggers can imply an entire state machine letting me write far less code, but none of the texts I've read spell this out. They do spell out oh yeah, if you want animations do this. This is a disservice to readers.
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