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WPF. W indows P resentation F oundation or is it? W orried? P uzzled? F lummoxed?. Don’t panic!. Ways WPF is being made accessible for APL developers Event handling Xaml <object Click=“{ apl:Event FunctionX }” etc.

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WPF

Windows Presentation Foundation

or is it?

Worried? Puzzled? Flummoxed?

don t panic
Don’t panic!

Ways WPF is being made accessible for APL developers

  • Event handling
    • Xaml <object Click=“{apl:EventFunctionX}” etc.
    • APL object #.WPF.Event.Add ‘Click’ ‘FunctionX’
  • Commands
    • Xaml <object Command=“{apl:CommandCommandX}”
    • APL object #.WPF.SetCommand command [Namspace [Header]]
    • Command templates in VS to allow the creation of custom user commands
  • Helpful utilities that handle aspects of WPF such as types, objects, et al
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DataBinding

    • Xaml <object DataContext=“{apl:BindingVarA}” etc.
    • APL bind←object \'DataContext\' #.WPF.Binding.Bind \'VarA‘
  • Documentation aimed at an APL Developer
  • Covers for some of the Dyalog ⎕WC objects; the first being the APL/W Grid
  • Xaml compilation
  • Syncfusion Controls
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So yes an APL developer

can do everything and more than a C# developer

(how could we ever doubt that?)

So think of it as

Wonderfully Perfectly Feasible

(come and see how on Thurs)

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