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WPF Transforms - Matrix TransformsWPF Transforms - Matrix Transforms
The one hundred and forty-sixth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial completes the examination of the two-dimensional transforms. This article explains how a matrix can be applied for more control.
WPF Transforms - Composite TransformsWPF Transforms - Composite Transforms
The one hundred and forty-fifth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial continues to look at transforms. This article examines composite transforms, which combine several transforms into a single action.
WPF Transforms - SkewWPF Transforms - Skew
The one hundred and forty-fourth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the last of the standard, single-action two-dimensional transforms provide by WPF. This is the SkewTransform, which skews a control horizontally or diagonally.
WPF Transforms - RotateWPF Transforms - Rotate
The one hundred and forty-third part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at another of the two-dimensional transforms of WPF. This article examines RotateTransform, which rotates a user interface element around any point.
WPF Transforms - TranslateWPF Transforms - Translate
The one hundred and forty-second part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial examines the second two-dimensional transform provided by WPF. This is the translate transform, which relocates a control.
WPF Transforms - ScalingWPF Transforms - Scaling
The one hundred and forty-first part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial begins to look at the two-dimensional transformations that can be applied to controls. This article examines the ability to scale items horizontally and vertically and explains the difference between render and layout transforms.
WPF Brushes - Tiled DrawingsWPF Brushes - Tiled Drawings
The one hundred and fortieth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the last of the three tile brushes. The DrawingBrush class tiles any drawing object and uses the result to fill shapes or areas of controls.
WPF Brushes - Tiled VisualsWPF Brushes - Tiled Visuals
The one hundred and thirty-ninth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial examines the second of the tile brushes. The VisualBrush class renders a Visual as a brush, which can generate interesting effect.
WPF Brushes - Tiled ImagesWPF Brushes - Tiled Images
The one hundred and thirty-eighth part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at the first of several tile brushes. These fill an area of a control or shape with a repeating pattern. The first such brush fills an area with a bitmap image.
WPF Brushes - Radial GradientWPF Brushes - Radial Gradient
The one hundred and thirty-seventh part of the Windows Presentation Foundation Fundamentals tutorial looks at a second style of gradient brush. The radial gradient brush allows smooth fades between colours according to the distance from a focal point.
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