Programming XAML Book Available Now

 
Nov 26, 2014 | Noida, India.
 
Today, we are pleased to announce one more ebook to the collection of C# Corner free books library, Programming XAML. Programming XAML book is written by C# Corner founder Mahesh Chand and eddied by veteran developers and editorial director Sam Hobbs.
 
This book discusses the Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) programming language used to create user interfaces for Windows.
 
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Book Details
 
 
 
Programming XAML book discusses the Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) programming language used to create user interfaces for Windows. XAML was first time introduced as a part of Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5. Officially speaking, XAML is a new descriptive programming language developed by Microsoft to write user interfaces for next-generation managed applications.
 
Table of Contents
  • Introduction
  • Purpose of XAML
  • Hello XAML
  • The Root Elements
  • Namespaces
  • XAML Markup and Code-Behind
  • Elements and Attributes
  • Content Property
  • Events
  • Creating Controls at Run-time
  • Container, Parent and Child Controls
  • Shapes
  • Brushes
  • Special Characters in XAML
  • Read and Write XAML In Code
  • Styling Controls in XAML
  • Collection Element
  • Data Binding
  • Media Element
  • Summary
About the Author
 
 
 
Mahesh Chand is founder of C# Corner. C# Corner founded in 1999 is a FREE member contributions based open platform for developers to solve problems, learn new technology and hang out.
 
Mahesh has been awarded prestigious Microsoft MVP Award for 9 consecutive years for his contributions to the developer community. Mahesh is also an author of several programming books. Mahesh authored and published his first book A Programmer’s Guide to ADO.NET in C# with APress at the age of 25. Since then, Mahesh went on to author several more .NET programming books.