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Conversion Filter

Finally, the last post in my series about conversion and the LookupConverter.

This is just a quick addition to extend the capabilities of the LookupConverter, specifically to allow it to run a bit of code to determine which resulting value to use. I’ve actually never used this in a real-world scenario myself (I’ve always found […]

A Tableau of Conversion

Some people might be wondering why I said that the last two Programming posts were part of a series — after all, the first one was a utility class to help out with type conversion, while the second one focused on using enumerations in the UI. How is that a series? Well, it’s this post […]

Combos of Enums

It’s probably about time that I continued on from my previous post. This one is just going to be a short one, but it’s a nice setup for the following post in the series.

When you have a property which can only have one of a limited number of values, there are a few different […]

Clever Conversion

I’ve been planning to post this (and a few other things) for a while now, but never quite seemed to get around to it. Well, brace yourselves, because here it finally is! (And it might even turn into an actual series!)

This first part is pretty straightforward; it’s a helper class designed to make a […]

Templates Galore

(Well, look at that. I did manage to write another Programming post after all.)

One of the really great things about WPF is its composable UI structure and dynamic layouts — the ability to replace one set of controls with another on the fly as things happen (eg. when something is selected by the user) […]


Today’s topic is fairly basic, but hey, it gives me a chance to moan about something weird in the framework, so it’s not all bad

Windows Presentation Foundation. WPF. Essentially it’s a long-overdue reboot of the child window model coupled with a powerful data binding engine (though not without its own quirks). And I […]

Multithreaded Collections and WPF

WARNING: As discussed in the comments, this collection class uses weak events, and (due to a bug in the .NET framework itself) weak events are not reliable unless you’re using .NET 3.5 SP1 or higher. If you’re stuck with an earlier version of the framework (or don’t want to verify that end users have installed […]