Notes ListBox

A while ago one of my collegues from WPF Disciples showed me a video about a WPF app that Billy Hollis had put together.

This app was written in VB .NETand had a very nice notes ListBox. There was supposed to be some source code
published somewhere, but I couldn’t find it. As such I tried the task myself and am pretty pleased with the results. This article respresents the fruits of my investigation/trials.

It is a re-usable Notes ListBox that can be applied to your own project with not to much bother (I hope).
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If you want to find out more about it you can read the full article over at www.codeproject.com, using the following url:

http://www.codeproject.com/KB/WPF/StickyNotes.aspx

The nice thing about this control is that it is hosted in the AdornerLayer, so doesn’t impact your current Layout UI Elements.

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5 thoughts on “Notes ListBox

  1. Marlon Grech says:

    cool stuff Sacha keep it coming

  2. sacha says:

    Thanks Marlon, me glad you like

  3. k-dawg says:

    Your official title is, “Mr. Cool.”

    You are the Bomb Dude!

    Cheers,

    Karl

  4. sacha says:

    Why thanks there Mr Shifflett.

    See ya, Mr Cool.

    PS : My next mission is going to be a n-tier WCF/WPF demo app, using LINQ. As I think this is still something people don’t know how to do that well.

    I have some good ideas for it.

  5. Jonathan Weizman says:

    Hi Sacha

    Do you accept work to do ?
    I have an application we developped and need professional help to polish and debug and improve.

    Thanks for your answer
    Jonathan

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