Today I will show you a simple way to have a pie chart in your WPF application with use of ItemsControl. The pieces of the pie will be binded to the undergoing item model collection. Let’s take a look at it.
In a previous post I showed you how to use IDataErrorInfo interface to implement simple validation mechanism in WPF MvvM application. In this post we will try to extend and customize this approach a little.
Windows Presentation Foundation allows us to create our own value converters and use them in XAML bindings. WPF also comes with a set of predefined converters. One of them is BooleanToVisibilityConverter. It this post I will show you how to create own version of this converter with parameter feature supported.
Have you ever straggled with generating and polishing gradient for wpf in xaml? I did many times. Did you use any tool for that, except Visual Studio Property tab? I didn’t. Until I stumble upon Online Gradient Maker.
Model View View-Model is one of most popular design pattern used in WPF applications. Thanks to binding, dependency properties and other features, WPF has been adjusted and, I believe, somehow designed to be used with MvvM pattern easily.