Late last year Microsoft released Calendar and DatePicker controls for WPF in the WPF Toolkit. We'll show you how they work, and how you can customize them.
MSDN Magazine June 2009
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Charles Petzold demonstrates how Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) templates let you turn common controls into uncommon visual objects.
MSDN Magazine January 2008
MSDN Magazine May 2007
This month we welcome Charles Petzold to MSDN Magazine with his first column on building apps for Windows Vista and the .Microsoft NET Framework 3.0.
MSDN Magazine January 2007
I have a client who runs a music business. Part of it revolves around giving lessons. He wants me to create a site where the user can purchase a lesson or group of lessons and then schedule that lesson using an online calendar. "Whoa!" I think. "That's a great idea. But I've never seen anything like it. I wonder if my friends over at the ASP.NET forums have?"
So here's my question. Can I make the ecommerce portion of a site talk to a calendar? If I purchase 100 dollars worth of lessons, can I "tell" that to the calendar and then debit that account every time a user schedules a lesson?
Interested to hear your responses. Eager to see any examples. Infinitely grateful if you've already developed this, and are sharing the code...