On May 12, 2010 I will be presenting a rapid fire overview of the most important concepts a developer needs to know to work with XAML to develop Silverlight Applications. The primary focus here is not so much on design but how to hand-code XAML when Expression Blend is really overkill or you just need to knock out a quick forms-over-data application and feel more comfortable working in Visual Studio 2010.
The following are the topics that make up this demo
- Layout – What are the key concepts you must understand to layout your controls in XAML, this starts with the Grid, StackPanel and Canvas containers
- Resources –How to create Resources, Styles and Control templates that can be used to create a consistent user interface
- Simple Data Binding – Overview of the syntax for doing simple data binding between controls on a form
- Value Converters – Value Converts are a very easy yet powerful way to extend the usefulness of XAML
- User Controls – Review creating a simple data form using a user control
- Somewhat more advanced Data Binding – Bind to a simple collection and then use selected items to populate a form.
Download the presentation and materials here. These materials require Visual Studio 2010 and the Silverlight 4 SDK
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Are you streaming the meeting? It would be super cool for us folks not in Tampa. Perhaps you can record it and post it somewhere.
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