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WPF: Integrating Our Application with the Windows 7 Taskbar (II)

, 3 Aug 2010 CPOL 13.4K 383 16
Let your user interact with your application using the new features of the Windows 7 Taskbar
WPF JumpList And Thumbnail Toolbars
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Public Class ClientCommand
    Implements ICommand

    Public Function CanExecute(ByVal parameter As Object) As Boolean Implements System.Windows.Input.ICommand.CanExecute
        'TODO:Test if you can execute the command.
        Return True
    End Function

    Public Event CanExecuteChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Implements System.Windows.Input.ICommand.CanExecuteChanged

    Public Sub Execute(ByVal parameter As Object) Implements System.Windows.Input.ICommand.Execute
        MessageBox.Show("Click on Clients Buttons using Commands")
    End Sub
End Class

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About the Author

Josué Yeray Julián Ferreiro
Software Developer (Senior) Freelance Developer
Spain Spain
MVP Windows Platform Development 2014
MVP Windows Phone Development 2013
MVP Windows Phone Development 2012

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