Jaime Rodriguez On Windows Phone, Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight and Windows 7
Karl (of mole fame) emails me about "The new iteration" article that Karsten and I wrote a while ago... The paper attempts to do a lot in a few pages:
Please do send us your feedback .. there were a lot of topics we know we did not get to, I am hoping I can tackle some of these via blog posts or screencasts..
Going back to my old notes on every thing we did not get to I had: Controls, Styles, Templates FAQ Tips & Tricks on Blend.. way Beyond this very old article.. Tips & tricks on Blend + Cider, way beyond this intro old intro stuff.. Expression Designer (there was a lot we just did not get into) Tips & trickcs on creating data-driven apps..( I guess this overlaps w/ tips & tricks above)..
What else do you want to hear about?? Let us know; I am keeping a list and even if I move really, really slow... I will eventually get to it..
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Whenever we run a WPF or Silverlight training event or lab, the one question that is guaranteed to come
In the running debate over iterative vs. waterfall software development, the promise of using declarative UI markup languages and tools to help minimize churn and waste in the design ideation process, while at the same time eliminating “lossiness” in