Half a year ago I blogged about using TPL with MVVM in a test-friendly way. My solution turned out to be pretty handy, though it was far from being perfect. In this post
Just in several hours after LateReader v.1.2 being published, I received an error report saying that “No XAML found at the location XXX”. Wait, but that’s an old URI, used
In the previous post I showed how to load the large SQL Server CE database on WP7. However, if you are working with a read-only reference database, deploying it to the phone or
Recently I ran into an issue when trying to load the large database (approx. 50 mb) from isolated storage on WP7. Whenever I tried to query the Data Context, I got the following
I have a small WP7 project called Summarize. It is a fun math-based game (check it out for free).
It has a nice effect of loading tiles. Several people has asked me how
UPD: This implementation didn’t work as well as expected, please read the follow-up article.
Recently I’ve faced an issue with writing unit tests for view model commands that use Task Parallel
I work at several projects at a time, and I have different settings/requirements concerning the code style for each of them. The main issue is ‘Tabs vs. Spaces’ option – the first project
If you follow the MVVM pattern while developing your WPF/Silverlight applications, then you are probably familiar with DelegateCommand (or RelayCommand, as it is called sometimes) model. In brief: it is an implementation
Consider a common task – you need to switch between different screens in your application, that represent various states (e.g. Normal/Loading/Error). How are you going to implement this?
You can start
While working on one of my projects, I had to implement a control for displaying file system. I found pretty good articles over the web (“A Simple WPF Explorer Tree” by Sacha Barber