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Creating Custom WPF Controls in Delphi Prism
Ray Konopka – Raize Software
Relevant to: All-Access, JBuilder
One of the benefits of WPF is that it is flexible enough to handle many situations that would typically require creating a custom control in another user interface framework. However, there are still times when creating a custom control is appropriate and this session covers what you need to know to get started. Topics include user controls vs. custom controls, base class selection, dependency properties, routed events, templates, and much more.
Relevant to: RAD Studio, Delphi Prism
OpenWire is a free open source library for writing advanced VCL components, capable of exchanging data and events without the need of additional code. The components written with OpenWire allow creation of complex software without writing any code. The technology allows the components to establish data and event connections trough special properties called pins. By visually establishing the connections the developer effectively does the programming. This session covers the design of OpenWire, writing basic and advanced OpenWire components, and demonstrates real components written with the technology.
The Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is a rich and powerful user interface framework that is quite a bit different from traditional frameworks such as WinForms and the VCL. This session introduces the core concepts involved in developing WPF applications including XAML, dependency properties, routed events, styles and templates, and much more. This session gets you started developing WPF applications in Delphi Prism.