Updated Bag-O-Tricks for WinFX Februrary CTP


In
case

you
haven't
heard,
the
WinFX February CTP
has been released. If you haven't downloaded it yet, what
are you waiting for! Go! Get it! Now!

Alright, as is the custom, I've posted a new and improved drop of my

Bag-O-Tricks
.

In this release:

  • TreeView Double-click - Lot's of people seem to want to know when
    a TreeView/ListBox Item has been double/triple clicked. Here's how you do
    it.
  • Visual Tree Viewer - Ever want to know what elements are actually
    getting created by a template? Here's a novel way to debug your WPF
    app...using WPF!
  • TreeMapPanel - I posted this sample last year around the PDC.
    Here's the refresh for February CTP. (Actually, I didn't have to touch the
    code at all.)
  • NumericUpDown Control - One of the controls we don't have in the
    box, but everyone asks about. It's not completely done, but it should give
    people a good start if they want the control.
  • File organization - I've also created a second assembly in the
    Bag-O-Tricks for the controls. This demonstrates how to have styles in an
    external library plus their default templates.

     
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