Microsoft Silverlight 4 Business Application Development: by Cameron Albert, Frank LaVigne

By Cameron Albert, Frank LaVigne

A Beginner's consultant educational, this booklet deals studying and strategies via a collection of commercial purposes. It includes step by step directions for builders who are looking to construct wealthy company functions utilizing Silverlight. The e-book makes a speciality of functional examples and has a pleasant technique, with the chance to benefit through scan and play. It makes use of illustrations, screenshots, and interactive reports to appreciate the main complicated issues concerning Silverlight company software improvement. it really is designed in this type of means that you should seek advice from themes bankruptcy via bankruptcy, and browse them in no specific order. while you are a .NET developer who desires to construct enterprise purposes with Silverlight, then this can be the e-book for you. No adventure of programming Silverlight is needed. simple realizing of visible Studio, C#, .Net improvement, XML, and net improvement recommendations (HTTP, prone) is needed.

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Blend can be a bit daunting at first for developers that are used to Visual Studio as Blend's interface is dense with a lot of subtle cues. Solutions and projects are opened in Blend in the same manner as you would in Visual Studio. [ 37 ] Enhancing a Website with Silverlight Just like in Visual Studio, you can customize Expression Blend's interface to suit your preference. You can move tabs around, dock, and undock them to create a workspace that works best for you as the following screenshot demonstrates: An artsy Visual Studio?

Choose Local Resource|smallerTextStyle from the sub-menu just as you see it in the following screenshot: Run the solution again or look at the art board to see how the button has changed. You can experiment with assigning this style to some of the other buttons, editing the existing styles, or creating new styles. On buttons where the smallerTextStyle is applied, the button text will be smaller. On buttons where the default style is applied, the button text will be larger. Skinning a control So far, you've seen that while styles can change the look of a control, they can only go so far.

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