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Posted 19 Feb 2012

WPF Control Composition (Part 1 of 2)

, 16 Mar 2012
Composing controls in a user control improves the consistency of a resulting application but does not add much extra work or complexity.
SimpleControls.suo
SimpleControls
ComboBox
Hyperlink
Properties
Settings.StyleCop
WatermarkTextBox
TestSimpleControls
Properties
AssemblyInfo.cs.bak
Settings.StyleCop
TestSimpleControls.csproj.user
View
ViewModel
Base
Settings.StyleCop
AssemblyInfo.cs.bak
Settings.StyleCop
StyleCop.Cache
TestSimpleControls.csproj.user

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Dirk Bahle
Germany Germany
The Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and C# are among my favorites since I started developing Edi:

https://github.com/Dirkster99/Edi

and a few other projects on GitHub. I am normally an algorithms and structure type person but WPF has such interesting UI sides that I cannot help myself but get into this and MVVM.

https://de.linkedin.com/in/dirkbahle

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