Contents tagged with WPF
I’m working on my first WPF application. I’ve done a ton of reading on WPF and it’s helped me in my understandings of how WPF works. So far, I’m really liking the data binding flexibility WPF gives you. That, along with a very testable MVVM-based architecture, has made the experience a fun one!
I’m working on a WPF project that does some background processing which could take more than a few seconds. Instead of a busy cursor, I want to give the user a simple “Please wait…” message via an overlay that appears on top of the form. I found the solution in this stackoverflow question. However, the solution presented there was an overview. In this post I’ll show a complete example along with a downloadable sample project so you can play with it for yourself.
About this time last year, I wrote a blog post about how January of 2010 was almost over and I hadn’t done a single blog post. Ugh… History repeats itself.