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WPF 4 Unleashed [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Adam Nathan
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4. Juni 2010 Unleashed
The #1 WPF Book--Now Updated for WPF 4! Full Color: Code samples appear as they do in Visual Studio! Thorough, authoritative coverage, practical examples, clear writing, and full-color presentation make this one of the most widely acclaimed programming books of the last decade. Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is the recommended technology for creating Windows user interfaces, giving you the power to create richer and more compelling applications than you dreamed possible. Whether you want to develop traditional user interfaces or integrate 3D graphics, audio/video, animation, dynamic skinning, multi-touch, rich document support, speech recognition, or more, WPF enables you to do so in a seamless, resolution-independent manner. WPF 4 Unleashed is the authoritative book that covers it all, in a practical and approachable fashion, authored by WPF guru and Microsoft developer Adam Nathan. * Covers everything you need to know about Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) * Examines the WPF feature areas in incredible depth: controls, layout, resources, data binding, styling, graphics, animation, and more * Highlights the latest features, such as multi-touch, text rendering improvements, XAML language enhancements, new controls, the Visual State Manager, easing functions, and much more * Delves into topics that aren't covered by most books: 3D, speech, audio/video, documents, effects * Shows how to create popular UI elements, such as Galleries, ScreenTips, and more * Demonstrates how to create sophisticated UI mechanisms, such as Visual Studio-like collapsible/dockable panes * Explains how to create first-class custom controls for WPF * Demonstrates how to create hybrid WPF software that leverages Windows Forms, DirectX, ActiveX, or other non-WPF technologies * Explains how to exploit new Windows 7 features, such as Jump Lists and taskbar customizations

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  • Taschenbuch: 848 Seiten
  • Verlag: Sams Publishing; Auflage: 1 (4. Juni 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0672331195
  • ISBN-13: 978-0672331190
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 4,2 x 17,6 x 23,1 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 73.470 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Adam Nathan is a principal software development engineer for Microsoft Visual Studio, the latest version of which has been transformed into a first-class WPF application. Adam was previously the founding developer and architect for Popfly, Microsoft's first product built on Silverlight, named one of the 25 most innovative products of 2007 by PCWorld Magazine. Having started his career on Microsoft's Common Language Runtime team, Adam has been at the core of .NET and WPF technologies since the very beginning. Adam's books have been considered required reading by many inside Microsoft and throughout the industry. He is the author of the best-selling WPF Unleashed (Sams, 2006) that was nominated for a 2008 Jolt Award, Silverlight 1.0 Unleashed (Sams, 2008), and .NET and COM: The Complete Interoperability Guide (Sams, 2002); a coauthor of ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials, and Code (Sams, 2001); and a contributor to books including .NET Framework Standard Library Annotated Reference, Volume 2 (Addison-Wesley, 2005) and Windows Developer Power Tools (O'Reilly, 2006). Adam is also the creator of PINVOKE.NET and its Visual Studio add-in. You can find him online at www.adamnathan.net, or @adamnathan on Twitter.

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4.0 von 5 Sternen Starker Einstieg in XAML 2. April 2013
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Ich hab mir das E-Book zugelegt da es eigentich wenige E-Books zu dem Thema WPF4.0 gibt. Ich muss beruflich bedingt noch auf der "älteren" Version arbeiten da W8 in unserem Umfeld kein Thema ist. Zum Inhalt: Es werden hier in komprimierter Form durchaus komplexe Themen durchgegangen die aber (wenn nicht unbedingt beim erstmaligen durchlesen) am Ende der Kapitel verdaulich sind. Besonders interessant ist der Ansatz DirectX code in WPF auszuführen, das ist eines der wenigen Bücher die auch auf derartige Konstellationen eingehen. Wäre es in deutsch, würde ich 5 Punkte vergeben.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Komprimiert aber ausreichend 5. Dezember 2012
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WPF-Bücher können schlecht bewertet werden, weil es davon abhängt, was man damit anfangen möchte. Ist man Anfänger oder benötigt man etwas sehr spezielles? Ich arbeite schon lange mit WPF aber bin noch nie sehr tief eingestiegen. Die Bereiche, die ich bei meiner Arbeit benötige, sind durchweg ausreichend erklärt und nachvollziehbar. Mir scheint kein wichtiges Thema ausgelassen und der Inhalt wird gut strukturiert vermittelt. Hat man zu einem Thema die Grundlagen verstanden, dann ist es problemlos möglich, sich im Internet dazu genügend Beispiele zu besorgen. Mir hat das Buch alle Fragen beantwortet und mir genügend Verständnis vermittelt, um meine Probleme selbstständig zu lösen, mehr kann ich nicht verlangen.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Sehr empfehlensert 24. September 2012
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"WPF 4 Unleashed" ist wirklich sehr empfehlenswert. Es führt sehr gut in WPF ein. Die Gestaltung ist sehr übersichtlich und durchgängig vierfarbig. Fast zu jedem Problem, auf das ich in der WPF-Programmierung gestossen bin, habe ich ein Beispiel in diesem Bich gefunden.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good book... Watch out for chapter 2! 23. Juni 2011
Von Jonathan J. Bachelor - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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WPF 4 Unleashed is an excellent reference book to keep around once you've already got some WPF experience. For someone just starting out with WPF, you can certainly use this book and it will get you going... But in my opinion, a beginner would be better off with a book that provided examples and exercises to gain hands-on experience. This book will explain concepts to you, which is why it's great to keep around once you've got some experience under your belt. Starting off with it might not be the best choice though. In particular, chapter 2, titled "XAML Demystified" is brutal. As I was reading the book, I actually had already been working a fair amount with WPF, and so I thought I'd be speeding through the early chapters with no problem at all. Contrary to the chapter title, I have never been *more* mystified by XAML than when reading this chapter. I hate to say it, but I think this chapter needs to be thrown out and re-done... and/or moved much later in the book... and/or renamed something like, "XAML Deep Dive... Hang On Tight". After I got through that chapter, I had no idea what was important and what wasn't, what was useful and what was just extra trivia, and I had an overall feeling of terror about WPF which made me scream out, "WINFORMS!!!!".

That being said, the remainder of the book really is quite good... But I personally prefer books with hands-on exercises, introducing common stumbling blocks and helping you through the right way to tackle them as you go. I can't emphasize enough, however, this is a great reference book to keep around as you work on your WPF app.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good use of color, very readable, sufficient depth 14. November 2010
Von Techie Evan - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book, along with Matthew MacDonald's Pro WPF in C# 2010, are my two favorite introductory books on Microsoft's Windows Presentation Foundation 4 technology. Both are very readable and cover all the important bread and butter topics such as XAML (the declarative language used in WPF and other Microsoft technologies such as Workflow Foundation); how to style, use, and customize various controls including the latest available for Windows 7 (such as jumplists); how to handle Layout, Input, Focus, and Events (LIFE); how to build custom controls, and how to create hybrid WPF software that leverages Windows Forms, DirectX, ActiveX, or other non-WPF technologies.

Nathan's book makes good use of color to illustrate many concepts, and provides very good tutorials on XAML, 3D graphics, and how to work with audio, video, and speech. In terms of comprehensiveness of coverage and technical depth, however, I think MacDonald's book has a slight edge over it.

Nathan's book, for example, does not cover XML Paper Specification (XPS) Documents at all, which is unfortunate because XPS is a technology that Microsoft is positioning as an alternative to Adobe's PDF, so there are readers out there who would have welcomed the coverage.

A more serious deficiency, however, is the very limited coverage of multithreading (e.g., few code samples, no mention at all of BackgroundWorker, etc), a topic that's important to learning how to build responsive WPF applications.

Overall, however, I thought the book is very well done and merits consideration.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Awesome Update of Windows Presentation Foundation Unleashed 16. Juni 2010
Von David Roh - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is now the number 1 book for learning WPF 4 - it is a significant update of "Windows Presentation Foundation Unleashed" which was the best book for learning WPF. The book looks like it is twice as thick as the previous book; however, it is exactly the same style with material that looks just like the previous book - many of the same samples. The code is downloadable and uses Visual Studio 2010 solutions.

Very highly recommended.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen It's Printed in Color! 26. Oktober 2010
Von Dad2014 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It's not very often you find a technical book printed in color. But for WPF to really shine, you've got to see it in color! Kudos to the writer and publisher for making this happen. I wish more technical books were printed in color!

I've purchased the older edition of this book, as well as this newer edition. This is probably not the easiest WPF book to read on the market right now. The first 2 chapters will either bore you or scare you. The author goes into great length about demystifying XAML, routed events, etc. These are things, that if you know nothing about WPF, will almost put you to sleep. Best skip to Chapter 3 and read the Fundamentals of WPF and once you have enough familiarity with WPF, go back and read Chapters 1 and 2.

The rest of the book does a fairly good job at presenting WPF-related topics. But this book is not very focused as it tries to show you a little bit of everything about WPF which can be both good and bad depending on what you are looking for. So, if you are an enterprise developer with a deadline, this will be a good introductory book, but you'll want to find another book written specifically for enterprise development with WPF.

Overall, I would recommend this book to the would-be WPF developer if you are looking for an introductory book about WPF and to get yourself to start thinking outside of the WinForms mindset [box].
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Inadequate in several key areas 13. November 2011
Von Björn - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Some topics are explained really well such as layout (esp. the section on creating Visual Studio style dock panels), resources, data providers, styles etc. The author's in-depth knowledge of WPF truly shows.

However, some key ares that are essential for building commercial business apps are either not covered at all or poorly written:
- MVVM
- Data binding in a realistic business app(with a SQL backend or a WCF service etc)
- Custom commands
- 2D graphics

As a glaring example of how sloppy the author sometimes can be, consider the example of drawing a pie chart (p442 - 445, chapter 14). This chapter is actually quite well written for the subject it's supposed to cover: styles and templates. But the author really dropped the ball on this particular sample. In WPF to create a pie chart you have to use the ArcSegment element, which by the way, is rather difficult to understand and is a lame API to start with in my opinion (the underlying Direct2D is to blame I guess, and WPF just inherited Direct2D's deficiency). Instead of spending some time to explain ArcSegment, the author simply threw out a full page of code and expected the reader to just know how it works. As a leading expert on WPF, Adam could have done better(hey, this is the 2nd edition of his WPF book).

The best resource on this subject is an article written by Charles Petzold (google for "ArgSegment, Petzold"), whose "Application = Code + Markup", although written 4 years before this book, does a much better job on 2D graphics. Even the example on MSDN is a lot better than this book's coverage.
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