I'm trying to do my apps in any type of XAML these days since I finally think I "got it".I wish I could claim that I will break free from the limitations of HTML and my new found liberty will result in fantastic looking apps -- but in reality, I still lack the design skills to come up with something that looks really cool.Hi, I have an import feature that I want to display progress while its running.
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If you try to update a Progress Bar in a chunk of code that is running on the main UI thread and doing some work, the Progress Bar won’t update until all of the work is done.
Here is the code where we launch the Do Work event operation, but more importantly we pass in data which the Do Work can use to perform its operations.
The data here is special because it all resides on gui controls.
Now, I'm writing this cool little app and I want to do some interesting stuff in the background (my apps may be ugly, but at least they are responsive).
WPF is still STA, which means you still have to be explicit about posting back to the main UI thread if your background thread needs to communicate updates …
bummer, but I thought I knew how to program async from my Windows Forms apps.
As it turns out, it's a little bit different and there are few things to keep in mind.
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