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Paul LabergeWeb Platform AdvisorMicrosoft Canada
Getting started with Expression Studio 3? Here are 4 great learning kits to help you get things started.
Introduction to Prototyping with Sketchflow in Expression Blend 3: Assets, Guide and Video Package
Discover Sketchflow, a new feature set in Expression Blend 3 that helps you define the concept for user experiences in early stages of the design process. From sketches to wireframes to protoypes of simple or high definition, Sketchflow provides you the right tools to communicate your ideas and gather feedback from others.
Venture into Gaming with Behaviors in Expression Blend 3: Assets, Guide and Video Package
Learn more about how to build a traditional "bricks" game using Expression Blend 3 Behaviors. Simply drag and drop Behaviors over objects in your artboard to easily add powerful and sophisticated functions like animation, physics, interactivity, data connection, effects and more. All without coding. The ever growing Behaviors Gallery at expression.microsoft.com is always avaialable for you to download new behaviors.
Discovering SuperPreview in Expression Web 3: Assets, Guide and Video Package
Learn more about SuperPreview, a new visual diagnostics tool in Expression Web 3. In this Starter Kit you will be provided with detailed guidance on how to leverage SuperPreview to diagnose issues across multiple browser, all with full rendering fidelity and detailed control.
Support for Silverlight in Expression Web 3: Assets, Guide, Video Package
Learn how to leverage the new and easy to use Silverlight support features in Expression Web 3. Then take your websites and publish them to an FTP location without having to leave Expression Web.
In Venture into Gaming with Behaviors in Expression Blend 3: when posting paddle to Blend an error is given "The name "Viewbox" does not exist in the namespace "http//schemas.microsoft.com.client/2007
I got the same error and found the answer on a different web site:
Viewbox is a WPF control that wasn't ported to Silverlight's core controls (only available as a Toolkit control).
Turns out that Design was originally written to export to Blend for work in WPF projects. For Silverlight projects, you have to go to Edit/Options/Export to Clipboard (XAML)...and set it to Silverlight 3.