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Freeze brushes directly in the XAML to improve your application's performances

, 12 Apr 2010 CPOL
When you read the MSDN guidelines to improce WPF's performances you can find that it's a good idea to freeze Freezable objects.It's a quite easy thing to do via the code but it's quite harder to do it directly in the XAML. In this post we will see how to do so.What are freezable...
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jmix90
Software Developer http://wpf-france.fr
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Jonathan creates software, mostly with C#,WPF and XAML.

He really likes to works on every Natural User Interfaces(NUI : multitouch, touchless, etc...) issues.



He is awarded Microsoft MVP in the "Client Application Development" section since 2011.


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