Professional C# 5.0 and .NET 4.5.1

Professional C# 5.0 and .NET 4.5.1Reviews
Author: Christian Nagel, Jay Glynn, Morgan Skinner
Pub Date: 2014
ISBN: 978-1-118-83303-2
Pages: 1563
Language: English
Format: PDF
Size: 18 Mb

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Whether you’re a C# guru or transitioning from C/C++, staying up to date is critical to your success. Professional C# 5.0 and .NET 4.5.1 is your go-to guide for navigating the programming environment for the Windows platform. After a quick refresher of the C# basics, the team of expert authors dives in to C# 5.0 and updates for NET 4.5.1. Includes:
•Different behaviors for .NET 4.5.1 and the changes to Visual Studio 2013
•Changes to ASP.NET Core, Web Forms, MVC, and Web API
•Updated Windows 8 deployments and localization, event logs, and data flow
•Shuffling of ADO.NET Entity Framework
•Additions to Windows Workflow Foundation
•New Windows Runtime 2.0 updates

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With triggers you can change the look and feel of your controls dynamically based on certain events or property value changes. For example, when the user moves the mouse over a button, the button can change its look. Usually, you need to do this with the C# code. With WPF, you can also do this with XAML, as long as only the UI is influenced.

There are several triggers with XAML. Property triggers are activated as soon as a property value changes. Multi-triggers are based on multiple property values. Event triggers fire when an event occurs. Data triggers happen when data that is bound is changed. This section discusses property triggers, multi-triggers, and data triggers. Event triggers are explained later with animations.

Here, within the resources of the Window, a DataTemplate is created. This DataTemplate doesn’t have a key assigned and thus is a default for the Country. src type—it is also the alias of the XML namespace referencing the .NET assembly and .NET namespace.