Priming for WPF and the DevExpress MVVM Framework

09 March 2015

WPF is the desktop choice for the future! There are so many reasons to support that statement, starting with resolution independent UI all the way through to support for MVVM. However getting to grips with some of the concepts is not the easiest thing in the world. To help discover some of the principles behind this powerful platform I have started to present a series of webinars, the first one (last week), took a 1,000ft view of what WPF was and where it’s heading. This week I’m going to explain how to use the DevExpress MVVM Framework to quickly create stunning WPF applications. We’ll also look at some of the headline controls from the DevExpress WPF suite. 

If you haven’t already registered, head on over to the Webinars page.

Part 1 is available via our YouTube Channel.

2 comment(s)
jerome crevecoeur

Thanks for this !

I'm very curious about WPF ans it's exactly what i'm actually looking for .

Is there any trouble about performance with WPF in Remote desktop (TSE)  environnement ?

Thanks

17 March, 2015
Paul Usher (DevExpress)

Great question Jerome, I would recommend you take a look at the following articles that focus on WPF Performance and some Terminal Services use.

msdn.microsoft.com/.../bb613564.aspx

msdn.microsoft.com/.../aa970683.aspx

blogs.msdn.com/.../wpf-discussions-090626.aspx

Hope this helps.

18 March, 2015

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