Setting the SelectionMode property of a ListView control to Multiple (Windows.UI.Xaml.Controls.ListViewSelectionMode.Multiple) in a Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app enables you to select several items by checking an automatically generated CheckBox element for each item that you want to select:
This post explains what XAML changes you need to make in order to be able to navigate between elements that are the defined in the ItemsTemplate of a WPF ListBox using the TAB key on the keyboard.
This post explains how to change the colours of a ComboBox in a WPF application by overriding the control’s default template in XAML using Visual Studio 2012 or 2013.
In a WPF application that uses the MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) design pattern, the view model is the component that is responsible for handling the application’s presentation logic and state. This means that the view’s code-behind file should contain no code to handle events that are raised from any user interface (UI) element such as a Button or a ComboBox nor should it contain any domain specific logic.
Ideally, the code-behind of a view – typically a Window or a UserControl – contains only a constructor that calls the InitializeComponent method and perhaps some additional code to control or interact with the view layer that is difficult or inefficient to express in XAML, e.g. complex animations.