As we're starting internal discussions and meetings and the first LL21 sprint is getting in shape I wanted to share this photograph, the result of a two hour meeting between the two guys that are sometimes called "Mr. List & Mr. Label" internally – our Senior Architect Christian Kaiser and myself.
Now it’s your turn – try to guess what we’ll likely be working on ;-). And make sure to stay tuned to this blog to see the first actual results pretty soon. I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you all for a great year. Season’s greetings everyone, looking forward to working with and for you in 2015.
Jochen Bartlau leads the development at combit as Managing Director. He’s a Microsoft .NET enthusiast driving innovation & agile project management. The mobile devices geek who used to be a physicist in his first life loves to spend his spare time with his family.
4 Comments on “A First Peek at List & Label 21”
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That’s close and might be another good idea
Great documentation 🙂
I see something like: Grouped objects are displayed as a tree inside of the objects view.
Do you have sample code as to how I would implment this version in to a WPF MVVM application?
We currently don’t have a MVVM sample for WPF. I’d probably put all printing logic (i.e. the actual print method call) into the ViewModel and have RelayCommands for each interaction (e.g. Print, Design, Export, Zoom, etc.) if you’re using MVVM Light.
Make sure to implement the CanExecute Delegate for Print and Export Events (e.g. for Print, check the LL.IsPrinting property).
Providing a ready-made sample for MVVM would be a good addition, though – if you like, you’re welcome to add this as a suggestion to our feedback portal.