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maggio 2009 Blog Posts

Customizing the Visual Studio 2010 Start Page with WPF

As you surely know, Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 is available as a public download. One of the most important new features is the Start Page, which is now completely written in WPF.   The following picture represents the Start Page when you first run Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1: The goal of this post is explaining how you can customize the Visual Studio 2010's Start Page using your existing skills of Windows Presentation Foundation. In fact, the Start Page is entirely written in XAML code!   The first step is opening the folder called C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio 10.0\Common7\IDE; inside this folder you'll find...

posted @ lunedì 25 maggio 2009 00:09 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2010 Visual Basic ]

WPF: localization foundations with Visual Basic

Localization can be an important improvement when developing applications. Windows Presentation Foundation offers to .NET developers the capability of localizing applications, even if this can be accomplished in a quite different way regarding what we are used to do in Windows Forms.   The first thing to be noticed is that, at the moment, localizing WPF applications is something that you can do manually. In fact there is just a command line tool and no support for visual designers. Even if this can appear annoying, in my opinion the localization in WPF apps is well...

posted @ venerdì 8 maggio 2009 00:09 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Basic Windows Presentation Foundation ]

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