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C Sharp

BASTA! Sessions about LoB with UWP and Source Control with Git!

Hi developer,

this week I had two sessions at the leading independent conference in the German-speaking area for Microsoft technologies, the BASTA! conference. Thanks a lot for joining and making my sessions a wonderful experience for me, and hopefully for you too!


Building a Classic Tabbed and Databound Desktop Application with UWP and MVVM

What kind of business applications do you build? Do they have a tabbed user interface? Most of mine do so.

After spiking (=prototyping) the Visual Studio Shell I wanted to go deeper into building a tabbed user interface with UWP, of course databound with MVVM.

As you might know, UWP does not contain a TabControl. But it contains a Pivot-Control that has pretty much of the functionality needed for a classic tabbed UI. So, let’s go with the Pivot and let’s see how far we can get. (more…)


BASTA! 2016: Sessions and Slides

Thanks to all of you who attended one or more of my three sessions at the BASTA! Conference about

  • Integrating Office 365 Data into your app by using Microsoft Graph
  • Building Apps with the Universal Windows Platform
  • Input Validation in WPF with INotifyDataErrorInfo and DataAnnotations

Slides and demos are linked to the talks on www.thomasclaudiushuber.com/talks

It was another fantastic BASTA! conference: Great people, great sessions, well organized and a lot of fun. Looking forward to see you at the next BASTA!


UWP: The Master-Detail-Problem with the events SelectionChanged & LostFocus and How to Fix it

While creating apps with the Universal Windows Platform (UWP) I noticed a weird behavior, but I’m not sure if it’s a bug. Let’s just call it the “Master-Detail-Problem”.

To explain it, I stripped  down my code to the XAML-snippet below. No code-behind needed. (more…)


Calling the Azure Event Hub REST-API – from UWP, WPF and any other .NET (Core) Client

To push events into Azure Event Hub you can use the Nuget-package WindowsAzure.ServiceBus (https://www.nuget.org/packages/WindowsAzure.ServiceBus/). That package works pretty straight forward, but there’s one problem: