It’s true that Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps are getting more and more popular with upcoming Windows 10. But I believe Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is still the pioneer technology for creating enterprise applications for Windows.
So In this week’s TNWiki Article Spotlight, what we bring is an article about WPF and it has won the April month’s TechNet Guru Awards under Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) Category, an article from Andy ONeill titled Change Tracking. This article was included in TechNet Wiki (Flipboard) Magazine May 2015 Edition.
Let’s say, you have a grid which has several columns and several rows, and you are editing data inline. And suddenly you want to track where you have changed the values. In this article, Andy shows how you can achieve this using a sample WPF application, and that’s following standard design practices for WPF. The sample source code which was used in the article is available in TechNet gallery, with set of classes, you can directly use in your projects. And that’s not all. Andy has also included a Visual Studio snippet to enhance your developer productivity.
You can read the full article from the following link.
Have a nice week ahead!