We heard loud and clear at Teched that folks wanted to see more of Acropolis... So here we are the first day back from TechEd and we have three new videos including source code...

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Using Acropolis PartPanes

The Acropolis PartPane allows you to host the views of child parts within the views of their parent components. In addition, the PartPane provides a chrome, which exposes some of your parts' functionality to the user automatically, and helps to provide a uniform visual experience for nested parts. This presentation demonstrates how to use the PartPane, and introduces some of its features.

Author: David Poll
Duration: 5 minutes, 22 seconds

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C#

Using the Acropolis Designer

Acropolis allows you to cleanly separate the visual and logical structures of your applications. The Acropolis designer in Visual Studio helps you to modify and work with and modify the logical structure of your application separately from the visual structure, simplifying the task of creating Acropolis applications. This presentation demonstrates how to use the Acropolis designer to compose Acropolis applications.

Author: David Poll
Duration: 8 minutes, 54 seconds

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Using Transitions in Acropolis

Acropolis provides a set of tools that use WPF to help create a rich visual presentation for client applications. Among the features provided are a wide variety of transitions from one Part's view to another's. This presentation demonstrates how to apply transition effects to your Acropolis applications.

Author: Kathy Kam
Duration: 5 minutes, 13 seconds

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