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My book "Visual Basic 2010 Unleashed" is available

I'm pleased to announce that my book "Visual Basic 2010 Unleashed" is finally live! It's my first English book and it offers more than 1200 pages where the syntax of Visual Basic 2010 is analyzed in details but it is also a book that describes how Visual Basic today can be used against the most recent Microsoft technologies for both Windows and the Web. (Click for larger image) It has been a really hard work but I feel proud of it :-) With regard to contents, actually this book is not intended for absolute beginners; instead it is intended for an audience...

posted @ mercoledì 12 maggio 2010 10:49 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Studio 2010 Visual Basic Visual Studio Tools for Office Silverlight/Windows Phone Windows Presentation Foundation Windows Communication Foundation LINQ/EF/OData .NET Framework Setup & Deployment Visual Studio Extensibility Visual Studio Express Editions ]

Using WPF custom controls in VSTO app-level solutions

As you perhaps already know, you can add WPF controls to your VSTO solutions adding an ElementHost control onto Windows Forms user controls and then setting the Child property value of the ElementHost to a desired WPF control. I wrote an article some time ago about reaching this objective and that you can find here.   But you are not limited to adding only WPF controls provided by the Base Class Library. In fact, you can add to your VSTO solutions even custom WPF controls and this is what I’m going to show in this...

posted @ sabato 10 gennaio 2009 13:49 | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ Visual Studio Tools for Office ]

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