WPF 4 Unleashed!


I’ve been seriously neglecting my blog, but I just wanted to point out that WPF 4 Unleashed is now available!

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0672331195?ie=UTF8&tag=adamnathannet-20

Maybe someday soon I’ll explain the differences between the two books it in more depth. 🙂

 

Comments (4)

  1. Joe says:

    Any hope of a DRM free electronic version? Kindle ebooks pain me.

  2. GilbertBlanco says:

    Dear Mr. Nathan,

    I am reading your book WPF 4 Unleshed. After some long hours of trying it, I can not run the Charter13 sample code. I just double click the DataBoundPhotoGallery solution and once loaded the application inmediately appears three errors in the MainWindow.xaml startup.

    1. Undefined CLR namespace. The 'clr-namespace' URI refers to a namespace 'PhotoGallery' that is not included in the assembly.

    2. The type 'local:CountToBackgroundConverter' was not found. Verify that you are not missing an assembly reference and that all referenced assemblies have been built.

    3. The type 'local:RawCountToDescriptionConverter' was not found. Verify that you are not missing an assembly reference and that all referenced assemblies have been built.

    I am running the application on Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate, Windows 7.

    Any light over these errors I will be appreciated.

    Thank you.

    Gilbert Blanco.

    Bolivia.

  3. GuoYu says:

    Hi  Gilberto Blanco;

          you can try to build your project ,then you run your project . Beause , After local Dll and Class must be build , it can run . if you have other question , please add my windows live messenger :huhulala1984@hotmail.com.

         I am studying WPF and Silverlight , and wish friends discuss them with me !

  4. codecream says:

    Like most software guys I buy a lot of books.  

    I bought your silverlight 1 and thought it the best at the time.  

    I am interested in getting other of your books, such as WPF 4 unleashed.  But your sams publishing has been bought by Pearson.  I do not buy Pearson Publshing books.  It is too much work getting the source code.  

    When you have to go through customer service to get some source code  . . ..