Building the UI with the editors


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Building the UI with the editors

To get started with my app, I'm going to use the designer in Visual Studio to create a basic shell. The word designer has special meaning inside Visual Studio. A designer is a special window that supports drag-and-drop and mouse interactions for creating the user interface. This designer is also responsible for generating code, or XML markup. I'm inside Visual Studio, and I have opened the solution called InfoReader. Inside the solution are two projects: version 1 and version 2 of InfoReader. I'm going to start obviously in version 1, and I'm going to edit this MainWindow.xaml.

If you want to know how to create your own solution in your own project, check out some other movies in this course. This is the basic WPF Editing window. This is the designer surface on the top half of the screen. Usually on the left edge of the screen is the Toolbox. If you don't see the Toolbox, you may need to go to the View menu and turn on the Toolbox. It also may be docked to the side over he...

Building the UI with the editors
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Building the UI with the editors provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Visual Studio 2010 Essential Training

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