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VB.NET: WPF Applications - XAML Styles

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A new series introducing WPF Applications from scratch. I'll be covering the basics and doing some small projects along the way (because showing you how buttons work for 15 minutes is boring). This video follows on from the previous XAML videos, it includes how to create Styles and apply them to your application's and window's controls without editing each one's properties. Finished Project: https://www.dropbox.com/s/qhq6gww56zax11v/XAML_Styles.zip?dl=0
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ThW Bn (5 months ago)
Great tutorial series! But one question: did this example really worked, when presssing F5. Everything where fine until I tried to see the prev of the project. After a little while of asking myself I think that the x:Key=BasicStyle have to come first. Ic the style part with the basics are first I was able to refer to it later with  BasedOn. Do you agree? Or did something else wrong the first try. Thanks.    Thorsten
(2 years ago)
Very comprehensive. Teacher of the century
Michael Mc Daid (2 years ago)
Can you please do a tutorial on the isMouseOver property
Yoshi Askharoun (2 years ago)
Very useful! Two suggestions for videos: Visual Shadows Drawing on the Title Bar
hooman hedayati (2 years ago)
Hi, first thank you Nicholas for the very useful videos. I have a problem with this one. when I add "basedon" to my code, I get this run_time error: "An unhandled exception of type 'System.Windows.Markup.XamlParseException' occurred in PresentationFramework.dll Additional information: 'Provide value on 'System.Windows.Markup.StaticResourceHolder' threw an exception.' " it looks fine in the designer though. please advice. Thank you
hooman hedayati (2 years ago)
update: I moved the style with "basedon" to after the original style (BasicStyle), and it started working. problem solved. :D
kato mate (3 years ago)
Nice one, thanks mate!
Dean Loew (3 years ago)
Very helpful, orderly! Great intro.

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