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WPF - VISUAL C# EXERCISES
Exercise: Use resources to apply a gradient brush and transform
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Add the window called Boxes in the folder shown above into your project, and set this to be the default window in app.xaml.
The window uses a WrapPanel to show 4 rectangles, with linear gradient brushes and transformations selectively applied.
If you look at the XAML for this window, you'll see there's a lot of repetition. First create a default style to target rectangles, which sets:
- the height to 50;
- the width to 50;
- the stroke thickness to 1;
- the stroke to black;
- the margin to 10; and
- the fill to LightGoldenrodYellow.
Now create two resources:
- a TransformGroup with key MoveIt; and
- a LinearGradientBrush with key ColourIt.
You should now be able to shorten the main bit of your window to read:
How your XAML should read after creating a style and resources.
Test that the boxes look the same as they did before.
Congratulations - you now know how WPF works!