Tuesday, November 10, 2015
The challenge here is relevant for several scenarios, like validation , hooking, etc.
when pressing on a button we can invoke the bind command but ignore the selection event,
while doing it in a attach property like this one we can keep the MVVM pattern clean .
the command is actually get fired ,but the button stays calm. It is also usable in every other control who let us fire the command on mouse enter like in interactions-trigger but block the other items in the chain.
public static class CancelClickAction
public static readonly DependencyProperty OnClickProperty =...
Tuesday, October 27, 2015
in TextBox control double clicking on Text should select all inner text?
Well isn't? not for case the text itself is a complex one, like real number like : 23.34
In that case , it will select but only the part you on it, at least by default
What we need now is activate the TextBoxBase.Selectall function but using WPF tools and supporting MVVM architecture.
The simple solution will be Attached Property or Behavior ,
I think that Behavior should kept for complex problems when we do need a reference per control instance , and here a simple static property should be enough.
Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Lets face it, WPF still contained some bugs , but in the other side a few power tolls to solve
:As example, observe the following code
x:Name="StonesListView" Margin="10,10" Height="250"