In this post I will demonstrate how to – very quickly – combine Dragablz and MaterialDesignColors in WPF to create a great looking control which supports full tear out and can use the Google Material Design colour palette.
Start a new WPF project. We rely on two NuGet packages, so get them installed straight away. Install from the Package Manager tool in Visual Studio, or, from the NuGet console run these commands:
In the MainWindow.xaml, setup a simple usage of Dragablz TabablzControl:
Already if you run this project you will have a tab control that supports Chrome-style tearing out of tabs. But it wont look too good. So, the next step is to bring in the Material Design colours, and tell Dragablz to use the Material Design style.
Open up your App.xaml. We have to merge in three dictionaries. The first two are to set up your…
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