Creating Modern WPF Apps with MahApps.Metro

Learn how to give your WPF applications a "modern" or "Metro" look and feel with the help of the open source library MahApps.Metro.
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Learn how to give your WPF applications a "modern" or "Metro" look and feel with the help of the open source library MahApps.Metro.
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In this course, we learn how the open source library MahApps.Metro can be used to give your WPF applications a "modern" or "Metro" look and feel. We start off by seeing how to convert an ordinary WPF application to use MahApps.Metro, and then explore the various enhancements and style updates for common controls. We also learn how to show custom dialogs and flyouts, how to update the color theme of your application, and how to use icon buttons. Finally, we use another open source library, Modern UI Charts, to allow us to display nice looking charts.
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Description
In this course, we learn how the open source library MahApps.Metro can be used to give your WPF applications a "modern" or "Metro" look and feel. We start off by seeing how to convert an ordinary WPF application to use MahApps.Metro, and then explore the various enhancements and style updates for common controls. We also learn how to show custom dialogs and flyouts, how to update the color theme of your application, and how to use icon buttons. Finally, we use another open source library, Modern UI Charts, to allow us to display nice looking charts.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Rating
(149)
Duration
2h 53m
Updated
7 May 2015
Course authors

Mark Heath is a software developer based in Southampton, England, working for NICE Systems as a software architect creating cloud based digital evidence management systems for the police. He is the creator of NAudio, an open source audio framework for .NET.

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