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Use WPF from Windows Forms projects in Visual Studio 2008

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Author: Hi, I am Daniel Moth Smiley

Introduction: Windows Forms developers do not need to throw away their code and start from scratch in Windows Presentation Foundation, simply to get a stunning UI for a particular use case of their application. In this 17' video I demonstrate how to get started with interop between WPF and WinForms applications. For more please visit my blog post here.


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  • Johnjh71283 Throw new ​System.​Beverage. ​OutOfCoffee​Exception()
    It was only because I am particularly interested in this area that i put up with the appalling reliability of the streaming server on fullscreen mode, it would not last more than 2 minutes without losing the connection!
  • Johnjh71283 Throw new ​System.​Beverage. ​OutOfCoffee​Exception()
    Oh c**p... I've just noticed the zip file option...
  • Hi jh71283, I apologise for your bad experience with the streaming servers and I am glad you found the ZIP option... Thanks for persisting.
  • Well done, nicely paced.  Question: why did you disable the Visual Studio Hosting Process?
  • Thanks Steve. The reason was that the pre-release version of VS2008 that I was using had a showstopper bug when I mixed wpf interop with the hosting process. It should be fixed now of course.
  • Cool screencast, thx!
  • kriz, thanks for watching.

     

    Cheers

    Daniel

  • Bob TasaChicagoBob Still Codin

    First THIS WAS great and addressed almost everything I needed.

     

    I have an issue and dont know how to address it and it was not addressed in the video.

    I hope you or someone can help.

    I placed a UserControl onto my WinForm some of the Xaml is below. If you notice in my user control

    there is a PlusButton_Click how do I attach that to the main form?

    Or how to alter the Winform to be able to handle a click event on the controls? How do I forward this? Its a custom control.

     

    <UserControl1>

    ........

      <Grid>
        <Slider Name="slider1" Width="21" Orientation="Vertical" TickFrequency="1" Maximum="5" TickPlacement="None" IsSnapToTickEnabled="True" Value="0" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="1,23,0,17" />
        <Button x:Name="PlusButton" HorizontalAlignment="Left" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="25"

          Content="+" Height="37" Style="{StaticResource NewUpButton}" Background="#FF1C96FF"

           FontWeight="Black" FontFamily="Arial" FontSize="16"

          Click="PlusButton_Click" />
      </Grid>
    </UserControl1>

    HELP?!

  • Hi ChicagoBob

     

    Glad the video was useful. May I suggest that you use the free online forums for WPF questions please:

    http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/wpf/threads

     

    Good luck!

     

    Cheers

    Daniel

  • Hey ChicoBob

     

    I don't know if you got it figured out yet, but here's my suggestion:

     

    In the XAML code behind:

     

     

     Public Event RemindClick As EventHandler Public Event DismissClick As EventHandler Private Sub dismiss_button_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs) Handles dismiss_button.Click RaiseEvent DismissClick(Me, e) End Sub Private Sub remind_button_Click(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs) Handles remind_button.Click RaiseEvent RemindClick(Me, e) End Sub 

     

    Here you're creating 2 event handlers and then raising them on the click event.

     

    In the code behind on the Windows Form:

     

     Dim WithEvents WpfControl As WpfControlLibrary.WpfControl= Nothing ' In the form OnLoad event WpfControl = New WpfControlLibrary.WpfControl ElementHost1.Child = WpfControl Private Sub OkClick(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As EventArgs) Handles WpfControl.RemindClick ' Some code here End Sub Private Sub CancelClick() Handles WpfControl.DismissClick ' Some code here End Sub 

     

    Hope that helps...

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