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PollResultsBarBehavior – Binding to Multiple Values Through a Behavior and Custom Dependency Properties

This is a follow up to my previous article PollResultsBar – Binding to Multiple Values Through Inheritance and Custom Dependency Properties In it I describe how to bind a single ProgressBar property to multiple ViewModel properties through use of an inherited class so I can ...

PollResultsBar – Binding to Multiple Values Through Inheritance and Custom Dependency Properties

I recently had the requirement to create an interface similar to the following: The item of interest is the colored bar that shows the ratio between agreements and disagreements. We can use a ProgressBar and set the Maximum property  to the total of the Agree ...

HisowaModPopUpBehavior with de Oliveira Menu

This tutorial will take you through the steps necessary to add a Menu to a Silverlight UserControl and attach a HisowaModPopUpBehavior and make them work together. The advantages of Marcelo Ricardo de Oliveira’s Silverlight Menu: 1. It’s easy to implement. 2. It’s ...

Isolating the C# Code in Silverlight Class Library Projects

If you’re reading another blog where I place all C# beyond the mandatory in a Silverlight class library rather than the Silverlight application, and it’s not obvious how the solution is put together this tutorial will take you through the steps: (1) Creating the Silverlight Application with hosting ...

Blend For Beginners: Grid to Canvas to StackPanel

In my opinion, Canvas is better suited than Grid to serve as LayoutRoot (the default name of the main UI Element within UserControl). Using a Grid locks the entire UI into a matrix of rows and columns; you can set properties to allow elements to cross row and column ...