posted on Friday, February 02, 2007 12:17 PM
Windows Presentation Foundations (WPF) books
I've read most of the WPF books on the market at the moment and like Tim Sneath mentions they all take a different approach
The Chris Sells and Ian Griffiths book
came early in the beta cycle and was a very welcome at the time.
Next Charles Petzold's Microsoft Press book
, Applications = Code + Markup took a very different route, with half the book on code and half on markup. For me a book on graphics with no pictures made the content seem quite dry.
I'm currently reading Adam Nathan's Windows Presentation Foundation Unleashed
- it's in full colour, loads of tips and pointers throughout the chapters - it's a great read and definately my recommendation.
Also it seems like Chris Anderson has finished his book
now, which I'll take a look at when it is out.