Monday, March 3, 2014

Displaying User Friendly Enum Values in WPF

Enums provide a convenient way for programmers to restrict and describe values allowed for a field or parameter, but how do we expose them to the user? A common scenario is to display the values in a list or combobox, but just exposing the code names directly is often not appropriate and localizable. This article presents a small but powerful helper class to make it easier to show the allowed values from enumerations in user-friendly and localizable ways, including showing not only text but arbitrary graphical WPF content.

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