Avalon Hits RikWare

by admin 1. December 2005 01:29

My first forays into the world of Avalon (Windows Presentation Foundation) are going well. Avalon databinding is very nice. Speeds up UI devlopment heaps, which gives you plenty of time to waste trying to work out how to do things since there's little documentation to help.

Anyway, here's a screenshot to show you some stuff. Sorry... I haven't been wasting time putting in lots of pretty animations and gradients. The hardest thing so far was getting the treeview in there. ObservableCollection is great, but ObservableDictionary would be great too...

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