Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Introduction to XAML and WPF with IronPython : Part Four

After a long break Davy Mitchell continues his tutorial series on using WPF (the Windows Presentation Foundation UI library - new in .NET 3) from IronPython.

This fourth entry creates a user interface with a stack panel, listbox and button. It creates the UI at runtime by reading in the XAML (an XML dialect for describing WPF UIs) and then hooking up the event handlers.
"This article gives a bite size introduction to WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) programming with IronPython. It is assumed you have a working knowledge of Python and can run IronPython programs from the command line. Please note that .Net 3.0 is required for WPF applications. "

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