“The .NET Framework 3.0 training kit for WF, WCF, and CardSpace includes a set of hands-on-labs, demos, and presentations. The content was originally designed as part of the Windows Server Ascend training and has been used several times for training classes. Consequently, the content is organized into a four day agenda. You can also browse this content by technology.”

 

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WCF Coding Standard

February 12, 2007

Juval Löwy (IDesing) published Guidelines & Best Practices about WCF.

Download

Also you can see IDesign C# Coding Standard

How to: Define a Windows Communication Foundation Service Contract

How to: Implement a Windows Communication Foundation Service Contract

How to: Run a Basic Windows Communication Foundation Service

How to: Create a Windows Communication Foundation Client

How to: Configure a Basic Windows Communication Foundation Client

How to: Use a Windows Communication Foundation Client

How to: Host a WCF Service in IIS

How to: Configure WCF Service to Interoperate with ASP.NET Web Service Client

How to: Publish Metadata for a Service Using a Configuration File 

Windows Communication Foundation

Tim Sneath and Karsten Januszewski has been developing a WPF Wiki.

Here are some of the pages they have today:

Check out here.

WPF Tutorial

January 9, 2007

Reading some of my feeds, I found a new site about WPF with greats tutorials.

ContentPresenter.com

Blog about WPF (see the banner ;))

You must read this article written by Omar Al Zabir. It’s great!, he use all the new features.

Very useful.

Hello, I’m going to write a series of articles about WPF.

This only pretend to be an introduction. I’m learning WPF as you, so feedback is welcome.

First of all, if you want to start with WPF, you must install .NET Framework 3.0 RTM and the WCF & WPF Extensions for .NET Framework 3.0 (At this moment, the last release is November 2006 CTP).

Then, you have to create a new Windows Application (WPF)

 

Now we have a file Window1.xaml

Replace the code with this:

<Window x:Class=”EjemplosBlog.Window1″
    xmlns
=”http://schemas.microsoft.com
           /winfx/2006/xaml/presentation”

    xmlns:x
=”http://schemas.microsoft.com
           /winfx/2006/xaml”

    Title
=”BlogSamples” 
    Height
=”300″ 
    Width=”300″>
    
<Grid>
      
<Button Name=”btnHelloWorld” 
              Click
=”btnHelloWorld_Click”
              Height
=”54″ 
              Margin
=”5,5,117,0″ 
              VerticalAlignment
=”Top”>
       Hello World
     
</Button>
    
</Grid>
</Window>

A quickly review:

  • btnHelloWorld is the Id/Name of the button
  • btnHelloWorld_Click is the name event Click

Also, add this code to the code behind (Window1.xaml.cs)

 void btnHelloWorld_Click(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e)
 {
     btnHelloWorld.Content 
“From Ezequiel 
                              Jadib Blog”
;
 
}

And we are ready to launch our application 🙂

I hope this is useful. Later I will post, about how we can do it the same with Triggers.

Downloads

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 RTM

Visual Studio 2005 extensions for .NET Framework 3.0 (WCF & WPF) November 2006 CTP

Resources

Introduction to Windows Presentation Foundation

XAML.NET

Samples

Windows SDK .NET Framework Samples