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A WPF Problem Solved Two Very Different Ways - Using XAML Only - Using a Custom Control

, 28 Oct 2007 CPOL
Article on solving a problem using a XAML only approach and then solving that same problem using WPF custom controls.
Namespace My
    Partial Friend Class MyApplication

        'Use the editor window dropdowns in the Application pane of the Project Designer to handle MyApplication Events
        '
        'Startup: Raised when the application starts, before the startup form is created.
        'Shutdown: Raised after all application forms are closed.  This event is not raised if the application is terminating abnormally.
        'UnhandledException: Raised if the application encounters an unhandled exception.
        'StartupNextInstance: Raised when launching a single-instance application and the application is already active. 
        'NetworkAvailabilityChanged: Raised when the network connection is connected or disconnected.

    End Class
End Namespace

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Karl Shifflett
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Current passions are: Electron, ES6, Node.js, Angular, Aurelia, hybrid, Socket.IO, MQTT, and IoT.

Still keen on WPF and Prism, but currently Electron and ES6 deliver the same apps with much better performance, and they are cross-platform.

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