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  • Blog Post: The SketchFlow Conversations– Overview and Intro

    In this Expression Blend SketchFlow series of posts I will be addressing different aspects of creating interactive prototypes and move to a production project. The idea to do a blog post on this subject came after discussing with some folks at a Silverlight training and events we held in Belgium in October...
  • Blog Post: UX@Vitra November edition – Slides and links from “Experience Continuum” talk

    On November 25th we organized another User Experience at Vitra event. ( See all the pictures - by Pieter Baert) This time there were two different events: afternoon sessions of 45 minutes around Silverlight 4, SketchFlow, SharePoint and Experience Continuum; in the evening the more typical Vitra showroom...
  • Blog Post: Slides and sample code from my .NET RIA Services webcast

    A few weeks back we had an MSDN Live Meeting around .NET RIA Services. During the webcast I was using a sample database with some restaurant (dummy) data and accessing that data. Update: Recorded webcast in French Recorded webcast in Dutch Sample code The sample is using a Silverlight...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #10: XML Sample Data and DataGrid

    In this video we look at how to use an XML file as the basis for Sample Data in Expression Blend 3. We look at where the data gets imported, adapting it and binding it to a DataGrid control. 3 minutes on Blend 3: #10 XML ample Data and DataGrid Dutch English French   The 3 minutes on Blend 3 series...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #9: Using Sample Data

    In this video we take a look at a new feature in Expression Blend called Sample data. We create a new sample data source and edit some of the properties, next we create a ListBox with a binding to the collection of data. You will see that Blend also allows you to create a details view and binds to a...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #7: SketchFlow Composition Screens and Navigation

    In this video we look at how to add navigation from within a composition screen. We also take a look at the SketchFlow player and see how navigation from the composition screens affects the player’s navigation. #7 – SketchFlow Composition Screens, adding Navigation 3 minutes on Blend 3: #7 SketchFlow...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #6: SketchFlow Composition Screens

    In this video we look at composition screens in SketchFlow. You can think of a composition screen as a control that is reusable in several other screens. Good examples of where you’d use this are: logo & header section, the footer, reusable content parts. As soon as you are creating content in the...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #5: SketchFlow – Getting feedback into Blend

    In this video we continue on where we left off in the previous video: after letting the customer or reviewer give feedback on our application, we now see how to import feedback files into Blend. We also see how this feedback can be shown in the different screens and how Blend informs you about out of...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #4: SketchFlow Player

    In this video we look at the SketchFlow player in Silverlight. After creating an application flow and adding some content, the SketchFlow player is used by your customers/reviewers to look at the different screens, application flow and transitions. The player also allows giving feedback and saving this...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #3: SketchFlow Adding content

    In this edition we look at how to add content to SketchFlow Silverlight application screens. We look at the Sketch styles that are supplied in Expression Blend so that the UI of your screens is making clear to your customer that this is a prototype and not a finished design. This video is available in...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 - #2: SketchFlow Introduction

    SketchFlow is a new feature that is part of Expression Blend 3. I’ve had the chance to demo this new feature to quite some people over the last months, and this seems to make sense to quite an array of different profiles: information architects, designers, developers, project managers. Because just 3...
  • Blog Post: 3’ on Blend 3 – #1: The Workspace

    This series will introduce concepts of Expression Blend 3, with a short 3 minute video available on MSDN Chopsticks in Dutch and French. The accompanying blog posts will give some resources or insights. I was actually planning to do the videos in Dutch and French only (the two main languages in Belgium...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 RC and support for VHD (including booting from VHD)

    I’m loving the new Windows version, I’ve been using it on my work and my demo computers since the release of the Beta version in January. I’m not going back! Now with the release of Windows 7 RC we are coming closer to a scheduled release by holiday season 2009 (as announced during TechEd US keynote...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Web Platform Installer: what is it and how to install it?

    The Microsoft Web Platform Installer was officially announced at MIX09. The Web PI as it’s abbreviated is your best tool get access to Microsoft’s web platform runtimes, tools and database. It only installs free products, beginning with the platform tools but it also allows you to easily install ASP...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control (CTP), using Deep Zoom technology

    Talking to some colleagues the other day, I showed them a cool sample application that is available to show off the Silverlight VE Map control, which has been released in CTP mode at MIX09 . The application uses Silverlight Deep Zoom technology to zoom into the location from a Twitter user and show it...
  • Blog Post: .NET Developer technologies: what’s here to stay, what can you focus on? (trends)

    With the beta release of Windows 7, the announcements done at PDC in October 2008 around the Azure Services Platform, Oslo and others; Visual Studio 10 at TechEd EMEA and more in between you might start wondering what your focus should be. Chances are you currently work on a project that does not yet...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure – installing SDK, tools and creating a first cloud project

    The Azure Services Platform was announced October of last year at the Professional Developers Conference (PDC). Part of the Azure Services Platform is hosting on the cloud with Windows Azure. If you want to test Windows Azure yourself you can already do a lot locally on your development machine. Deploying...
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