Lesson 14 - Analog and Digital Clock in C# .NET WPF
In the previous lesson, DispatcherTimer and BackgroundWorker in C# .NET, we learned how to use
BackgroundWorker. In today's C#
.NET tutorial, we're going to create an application displaying analog and
digital clocks. The user will be able to choose which one to display. We'll
learn a lot of new things about rendering, and try out the
CheckBox controls as well.
Our app will look like this:
As always, let's start with the form design. We'll create a new project named
Clock and set the window title to
Clock. To design the
application we'll use
Grid again, which we'll split into two
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