Using PriorityBinding in WPF – Screencast [HEB]

Sunday, July 31, 2011

In the last screencasts we've seen how to use and implement IValueConverter and how to use Multi-Binding for advanced data binding scenarios. This time we continue with advanced binding and explore the benefits of PriorityBinding, a useful binding gem feature that lets you define multiple sources for your binding target value, with priorities. Please notice that the screencast was recorded in Hebrew, but the demo is clear enough to be watched without understanding a word. You can watch the screencast on YouTube HD here. Or here, embedded in my blog: ...

Using MultiBinding and IMultiValueConverter in WPF – Screencast [HEB]

Sunday, July 24, 2011

In my last two screencasts I showed how you can use and implement IValueConverter to control the data binding process. This time we continue our exploration of the data binding customizations and see what does multi-binding mean and how to use and implement IMultiValueConverter. Please notice that the screencast was recorded in Hebrew, but the demo is clear enough to be watched without understanding a word. You can watch the screencast on YouTube HD here. Or here, embedded in my blog:     That's it for now, Arik...

Implementing IValueConverter in WPF – Screencast [HEB]

Monday, July 18, 2011

This screencast is a direct continuation of the previous one, where I showed how to use an object implementing IValueConverter in WPF. In this screencast I show how to implement IValueConverter to provide custom logic when performing data binding. Please notice that the screencast was recorded in Hebrew, but the demo is clear enough to be watched without understanding a word. You can watch the screencast on YouTube HD here. Or here, embedded in my blog:     On my next screencast we will see how you to use Multi-Binding in a WPF...

Using IValueConverter in WPF – Screencast [HEB]

Sunday, July 10, 2011

Recently, I've recorded some screencasts that demonstrates common techniques when implementing line-of-business applications in WPF. In the coming month, each week, I will release a new screencast on a topic of choice. I've decided to start my screencasts with a few common binding techniques. In the first screencast I give a simple demonstration on how to use IValueConverter in a WPF application. Please notice that the screencast was recorded in Hebrew, but the demo is clear enough to be watched without understanding a word. You can watch the screencast on YouTube HD here. Or here, embedded in my blog:On my next screencast we...

My SDP 2011 Lecturer Interview

Monday, February 28, 2011

Last week SELA conducted a LIVE interview with all of the speakers at SDP 2011 (Sela Developer Practice conference). You can catch my interview on the new Sela College Channel: http://www.sela.co.il/y/ArikSprint11 or on YouTube: That’s me on the right :) In my interview I talked about the presentation I’ll deliver on March 15 in the Client track on the topic WPF + Silverlight + Windows Phone 7 = 3-Screens Development where I’ll show how to develop an application to WPF, Silverlight and Windows Phone 7, while maintaining...

My Session on Sela College Channel

Monday, December 20, 2010

A few months ago I delivered a session on Windows 7 features in WPF and WinForms applications. In this session I show, among other things, how to work with the Windows 7 Taskbar, how to work with sensors information (light, temperature, etc.), how to use the Windows 7 Ribbon and more. Fortunately for all those who missed it, the session was recorded and is now available via Sela’s latest invention: Sela College Channel, a broadcasting channel for software related videos. You can see the session on this link. Note that the session...
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