Dependency Properties are a type of property that extend out a CLR property. Whereas a CLR property is read directly from a member of your class, a Dependency Property will be dynamically resolved when calling the GetValue() method that your object gains via inheritance from the base DependencyObject class.
This section will break down Dependency Properties and explain their usage both conceptually and through code examples.
Creating Splash Screen in WPF
When WPF application launched, it could take a while for a current language runtime (CLR) to initialize .NET Framework. As a result, first application window can appear some time after application was launched, depending of application complexity.
Splash screen in WPF allows application to show either static image or custom dynamic content during initialization before first window appears.
An Introduction to WPF Styles
A style allows the complete modification of the visual appearance of a WPF control. Here are some examples of some basic styling, and an introduction to resource dictionaries and animation.