WPF Styles and Templates – Part II (ComboBox Customization)

This is the second part of my article on customizing controls in WPF. If you have not read the first part and are not familiar with Styles you may want to read part I http://windowsclient.net/blogs/airborneengineer/archive/2009/06/09/wpf-styles-and-templates-part-i.aspx . In this article we will focus on ComboBoxes. We make a ComboBox that is capable of displaying an Image and Text and also show how binding works when storing classes in ComboBoxes.

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About David Wetzel

A Microsoft Certified senior-level Architect / Developer with 15+ years’ experience specializing in architecting, constructing, and deploying complex, secure, and scalable applications. • Experience in multifaceted business – boxed software, multi-tiered (SOA) systems, multi-threading, network integration utilities, and customized accounting packages. • Proven history using Microsoft’s newest technologies (WCF, WPF, WF, and LINQ). • Solid management skills, demonstrated proficiency in leading and mentoring individuals to maximize levels of productivity. • Strong SQL database background – design, optimization, and administration • Experience mentoring individuals on new technologies and best practices through team presentations, formal lectures, blogs (https://davidwetzel.wordpress.com), and code reviews. Specialties: Currently hold 14 certifications through Microsoft.
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