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XAML Developer Reference

XAML Developer Reference
Authors
Mamta Dalal, Ashish Ghoda
ISBN
073565896X
Published
22 Nov 2011
Purchase online
amazon.com

Sharpen your application development skills with XAML—the markup language used in Microsoft® Silverlight®, Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF), and Windows Phone 7. Led by expert authors, you'll learn practical ways to develop rich user interfaces for a variety of web applications with XAML. This hands-on guide is complete with code examples—ideal whether you're a web designer or Microsoft .NET developer.Discover how to: *Work with XAML elements, attributes, and controls

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Sharpen your application development skills with XAML—the markup language used in Microsoft® Silverlight®, Windows® Presentation Foundation (WPF), and Windows Phone 7. Led by expert authors, you'll learn practical ways to develop rich user interfaces for a variety of web applications with XAML. This hands-on guide is complete with code examples—ideal whether you're a web designer or Microsoft .NET developer.

Discover how to:

  • Work with XAML elements, attributes, and controls
  • Create user interfaces with the XAML layout system
  • Apply attached properties and dependency properties
  • Implement XAML markup extensions, including extensions specific to WPF
  • Customize the look of XAML elements with styles, and use triggers to control element behavior
  • Perform data binding in XAML while exploiting the benefits and avoiding the pitfalls
  • Build storyboards to create animations with XAML elements

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