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The WPF Podcatcher Series - Part 2 (Structural Skinning)

, 5 Mar 2008 CPOL
The second article in a series devoted to a WPF application that plays streaming audio podcasts off the Internet. This article discusses the idea and implementation of look-less applications.
Podder
Podder.exe
PodderLib.dll
Skins
GrantHinkson
Infragistics.ToyBox.dll
Infragistics3.WPF.DataPresenter.v7.2.dll
Infragistics3.WPF.Editors.v7.2.dll
Infragistics3.WPF.v7.2.dll
Podder.GrantHinkson.dll
Podder_src
Podder.GrantHinkson
Converters
LocalReferences
Infragistics.ToyBox.dll
Podder.GrantHinkson.csproj.vspscc
Properties
Licenses.licx
Views
CatalogueBrowser_NavigationArrowDown.png
CatalogueBrowser_NavigationArrowUp.png
feed_add.png
feed_delete.png
images
addPodcast.png
arrowLeft.png
arrowRight.png
color_wheel.png
ImageNotAvailable.jpg
my_favorites.png
playButton.png
stopButton.png
Resources
webpage.png
Podder
app.ico
Controllers
DefaultSkin
Controls
Views
Images
ImageNotAvailable.jpg
WebPage.png
Images
app.ico
systemTray.ico
Properties
UI
PodderLib
Model
Properties

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Josh Smith
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Josh creates software, for iOS and Windows.

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