Probably you have followed some instructions from several articles to activate IIS compression for binary messages and you’ve been totally unsuccessful. Maybe they told you to put some additional nodes into your web.config or go to C:\Windows\System32\inetsrv\Config and edit applicationHost.config file adding some custom nodes under httpCompression node.
Have you found this error when developing your application and you don’t know why? Look carefully for any literal in your XAML and surely you will find an undesired white space. Remove it and you’re free to go on.
Today I needed to load some external xaml into a custom control I was working on. During my search for ways to accomplish the task I’ve found some information, but most of the time it was not really useful. That’s why I will try to expose in this post the options you’ve got to do the job and, finally, I will show you how I solved the situation using a converter.
Here I got another useful behaviour for you. With this behaviour attached to any kind of panel it will resize accordingly to the user’s screen size.
I recommend you to attach it to the main panel of your application so all your app will resize.
The behaviour has a ResizeEnabled property that can be switched on or off to activate or deactivate the behaviour.
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