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WPF Base Classes - Control - Double-ClickingWPF Base Classes - Control - Double-Clicking
The thirty-first part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial brings the examination of the Control class to a close. This article describes an event defined within the class that detects double-clicking.
WPF Base Classes - ContentControlWPF Base Classes - ContentControl
The thirty-second part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at another base class for WPF controls, including several of the layout controls described in earlier instalments. This article describes the ContentControl class.
WPF Base Classes - HeaderedContentControlWPF Base Classes - HeaderedContentControl
The thirty-third part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at another base class for WPF controls, including three layout controls considered earlier in the series. This article describes the HeaderedContentControl class.
WPF Base Classes - DecoratorWPF Base Classes - Decorator
The thirty-fourth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial describes the Decorator class. This is another base class for WPF controls, including two of the layout controls seen earlier in the tutorial.
WPF Base Classes - ItemsControlWPF Base Classes - ItemsControl
The thirty-fifth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial describes the ItemsControl class. This is a base class for WPF controls that display a collection of related items, including one layout control.
WPF Base Classes - SelectorWPF Base Classes - Selector
The thirty-sixth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at another WPF control base class. This article describes the Selector class, which is subclassed by controls that allow the user to select from a list of values.
WPF Base Classes - ThumbWPF Base Classes - Thumb
The thirty-seventh part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at another WPF control base type. This time it is the Thumb class, which defines functionality that is used by controls that the user can drag.
WPF Base Classes - PanelWPF Base Classes - Panel
The thirty-eighth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial is the last to examine base classes of layout controls. This article looks at the Panel class; a base class for controls that determine the layout of their children.
WPF Information Controls - LabelWPF Information Controls - Label
The thirty-ninth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial begins an examination of the user information controls. These controls display information for the user to see but not interact with. This article looks at Labels.
WPF Information Controls - ProgressBarWPF Information Controls - ProgressBar
The fortieth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial continues the examination of the WPF user information controls, which are non-interactive controls that provide user feedback. This article looks at progress bars.
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