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MahApps.Metro - A toolkit for creating Metro / Modern UI styled WPF apps.

  •    CSharp

A toolkit for creating metro-style WPF applications. Lots of goodness out-of-the box.This framework is free and can be used for free, open source and commercial applications. It's tested and contributed by many people... So mainly hit the ⭐️ button, that's all... thx (💵, 💶, 🍺 or some other gifts are also being accepted...).

Popcorn - 🍿 Watch movies and TV shows, made easy.

  •    CSharp

Popcorn is a simple application which lets you watch any movie or TV show instantly. Windows 7+ is supported (Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10).

TinyLittleMvvm - A small MVVM library using MahApps.Metro and AutoFac

  •    CSharp

This is a small MVVM library I wrote, because I implemented the same stuff over and over again in several projects. I tried Caliburn Micro, MVVM Light and others, but none of them met my demands satisfactory.




code-samples - Just some code samples...

  •    CSharp

To build these samples you'll need at least Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition, cause I use the new C# 6 features. You can run Build.cmd at the console to compile all (most) stuff. Simple MahApps.Metro.IconPacks sample which shows how to produce a percantage view of a binded value together with an IValueConverter.

MahApps.Metro.SimpleChildWindow - A simple child window for MahApps.Metro

  •    CSharp

A simple child window for MahApps.Metro. The NuGet package contains an assembly with the ChildWindow class and the ChildWindowManager helper class inside.

simple-music-player - Simple Music Player - SimpleMP - Keeps it simple and plays your music

  •    CSharp

SimpleMP or Simple Music Player is a simple and easy to use music player for free. It plays the most common music files (mp3, ogg, wma, wav) in a very simple way, just drag&drop your files or folders on the main screen and push play... So why another music player? When I decided to make my own player back in 2005, the Winamp 3 player was too buggy and very slow! I used my favorite programming language Delphi 5 and I learned a lot of new stuff. It was a great time and a few people in the Delphi community honored my work :-). Unfortunately, the interface of the FMOD sound library was no longer supported for Delphi, so I decided in 2007 to stop working on it.