I've been quiet for a while. Working a lot, and also burning the midnight oil, trying to bring life into this project I call… the WPF Contrib.

Set up at CodePlex, WPF Contrib is mainly a library of reusable components. My goal is for it to become a true community project. Meanwhile, I invite everyone to review the code, play with the demos and send me feedback! If you want to join, the doors are open. You only need to be a WPF expert 😛 and have motivation to innovate and share.

I'd also love to hear about what you would like to see in this library. You can use the CodePlex Issue Tracker to request features (or just email me).

The latest addition to the library (and one of my favorites) is the TaskDialog control. I've been wanting to write it for some time now. Using it, you can create Task Dialogs in every WPF-supported platform. They help make a very good UX.


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4 Responses to The WPF Contrib Project

  1. Joe says:

    Looks great, can’t wait to try it out.

    One suggestion, what about having your demo app as a click once install so that you can try it instantly.

  2. TrackBack says:

    El bueno de Ezequiel Jadib me avisa del proyecto: http://www.codeplex.com/wpfcontrib donde se pueden

  3. aelij says:

    Thanks Joe. I may consider doing that, however some of the demos require full trust (NotifyIcon and TaskDialog for now), so they couldn’t be included. Running the sample is rather easy, though, just extract and execute.

  4. Yunge says:

    Thanks! You really do a good job!

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