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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
Please see the part II of this post here, which includes resources for Silverlight.
Where can I learn more about Windows Presentation Foundation and Expression Studio? How can I build rich user experience in Expression Studio based on WPF? While I was learning Microsoft’s new presentation platform (WPF) and creative design tools (Expression), I collected the following list of resources I'd like to share with you. I’ll update this list as my journey continues.
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Bonus: Microsoft blog directory
In some quiet time at work, I started to look into WPF/XAML and so on. I have written up my experiences (including a few tips on some UI issues I worked round) at my blog site.
The biggest problem I had was I'm no graphical designer, but I've had some success using Expression to design my app. I had followed a few Photoshop tutorials to create my controls and then tried to apply the same procedures to do them in Expression. Photoshop and Expression Design are eerily similar. There are a few differences however so I guess what I'd most like to see are Expession tutorials (e.g How to create a glass effect button). I think these will come in time.
I think yours is the first time I've seen a one-stop shop for WPF links. Great job!
Thanks for your comment, Derek. Here is a tutorial on creating a glass button in Blend. http://blogs.msdn.com/mgrayson/archive/2007/02/16/creating-a-glass-button-the-complete-tutorial.aspx
In an eariler post , I aggregated a list of WPF and Expression resource. The list is in plain test with
There are so many great resources on WPF/Silverlight and Expression Studio available after MIX. It's
It was my first EnergizeIT experience yesterday. What a fun day it was! I like how the event unite all