Aug 242011
 

There are situations in which you need to do some processing when an event fires but you don’t want to do it every time if the event happens in a very short time interval. Such a situation can occur for example when handling MouseMove events – you want to do the processing when the mouse stops for a certain amount of time, but not for every intermediate position of the mouse.

 Reusable deferred action execution mechanism

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Aug 022011
 

Snoop A must have for any WPF developer As a WPF developer, I often find myself trying to debug the visual structure of my applications or to find out why something doesn’t work as expected. The Visual Studio debugger can help up to a certain point, but for runtime visual debugging it lacks the necessary features. Luckily, there is an awesome free tool that you can use for this – Snoop. The tool itself is very straightforward – you select your running application press a button and you can see the whole visual tree:

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