Windows Programming (CSTP 1302)

In this course students become familiar with Windows application development by learning how to use the C# programming language to develop native GUI Windows applications. Students learn the basics of C# such as data types, arrays, methods, structures, enums, classes, inheritance, interfaces, namespaces, and exception handling.

Students also learn to develop applications using the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF): how to size, position UI elements and design layouts, and develop code that interacts with input devices. They will also write programs to manage content such as text, images, media, and speech. Other programming exercises include styles as well as data binding and data presentation.
Course code: CSTP 1302
Credits: 4.0
Length: 80.0 hours
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CSTP 1205, taken prior or concurrently (with department permission).

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