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Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight
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  • <SLIDETITLE INCLUDE=7>Title Slide</SLIDETITLE> <KEYWORDS></KEYWORDS> <KEYMESSAGE></KEYMESSAGE> <SLIDEBUILDS>0</SLIDEBUILDS> <SLIDESCRIPT> Hello and Welcome to this MSDN session on “Building Applications with Visual Studio 2008 SP1.” My name is <<name>>. </SLIDESCRIPT> <SLIDETRANSITION> <TRANSITION LENGTH=7> Let’s start this session by going into more detail on exactly what we will be covering. </TRANSITION> </SLIDETRANSITION> <COMMENT></COMMENT> <ADDITIONALINFORMATION> <ITEM></ITEM> </ADDITIONALINFORMATION>
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    • 1. Re-use Your Skills and Code to Expand the Reach of Your Apps with Silverlight Frank La Vigne Lead Designer Applied Information Sciences http://www.franksworld.com
    • 2. Ego Slide
      • Frank La Vigne
        • Microsoft MVP: Tablet PC
        • INETA Membership Mentor for DC, Maryland and Delaware
        • Manager/Founder Silverlight SIG
        • Lead Designer @ AIS
          • Blog: www.franksworld.com
          • Company: www.appliedis.com
          • Twitter: @Tableteer
        • Feedback to
          • [email_address]
    • 3. Goals
    • 4. The 3 R’s of Client Development
    • 5. Reach: The Web
      • Widest possible reach
        • From text only devices to desktops; from laptops to mobile phones; the web works just about anywhere
      • Platform/Browser Independent*
        • *Write once, test everywhere in every conceivable combination.
      • Hard to debug
      • Easy to Deploy
      • User experience varies
    • 6. Rich: Windows Client Application
      • Richest experience possible
        • Response time is instantaneous
        • WPF applications can leverage hardware acceleration for some truly engaging user experiences
      • Easy to Debug
      • Narrow focus
      • Deployment concerns
    • 7. RIA: Silverlight Applications
      • Happy Medium of Reach and Rich
        • Response time is instantaneous
        • Runs on Windows, Mac and Linux
      • Easy to Debug
      • Wide focus
      • Easy deployment
      • Enables great user experiences
    • 8. But Wait, There’s More!
    • 9. The Fantastic Four of Client Technology
    • 10. XBAP?
    • 11. XBAP Defined
      • Slightly Better Reach, a Lot More Rich
        • All the benefits of Silverlight
        • The Power of WPF in a browser window
          • 3D, Drag & Drop, Printing, Hardware Acceleration
      • Easy to Debug
      • Easy deployment (Windows w/ .NET 3.x)
      • Enables great user experiences
    • 12. When to Use XBAPs
      • To quickly push a WPF app onto the web
      • When Management demands that applications be web based
      • When Windows is the client platform
        • Ideal for corporate intranet
        • Specialized applications
        • Quickly moving a WPF application to the web
    • 13. "Sawdust"
    • 14. How Can I Create an XBAP?
      • Open Visual Studio 2008
        • File  New Project  WPF Browser Application
    • 15. How Do I Deploy an XBAP?
      • In Visual Studio 2008
        • Build  Publish
    • 16. Deploying an XBAP: Mime Types
    • 17. Let the LOLCats Guide Us Creating & Publishing an XBAP Application
    • 18. 3-2-1 Launch!
    • 19. Mostly the Same
    • 20. But the Differences Will Get You
    • 21. Caution: Eye Charts Ahead!
    • 22. Different Feature Sets..
        • 3D
        • Documents
        • Drag Drop
        • Win32 Interop
        • Triggers
        • Commands
        • Printing
        • Logical tree
        • Adorners
        • Hosting WebBrowser
        • Deep Zoom
        • VC-1 codec
        • HTML integration
        • Sandbox
        • VideoBrush
    • 23. Graphics
        • Hardware acceleration
        • Graphics are
          • Drawings
          • Streams
          • Shapes
      • Multi-core optimizations
      • Lighter weight visuals
      • Graphics are
        • Shapes
    • 24. Property System
        • More inherited properties
          • Extensible
        • Property Metadata
        • Default Values
        • Coercion
    • 25. Resources
        • generic.xaml
        • Delayed instantiation of StaticResources
        • Merged Resource Dictionaries
        • FindResource walks the tree
        • Freezables
        • generic.xaml
        • XamlReader can load Resource Dictionaries.
    • 26. Databinding
        • UIElement to UIElement bindings
        • MultiBinding
        • Binding support at DependencyObject Dictionaries
        • Relative bindings
        • Template selectors
        • More Type converters out of the box
        • Binding support at FrameworkElement
        • No TargetType on data templates
    • 27. Eventing
        • Events are synchronous
        • Tunneling (Preview) events
        • Mouse Wheel
        • Events are asynchronous
        • Not all events bubble, even if declared as Routed
    • 28. Styles
        • Write-once
        • No app themes
        • No BasedOn
        • No triggers
    • 29. Templates
        • No TargetType
        • No template selectors
    • 30. Animation
        • MotionPath Animation
        • CompositionTarget.Rendering
        • More animatable types
        • Extensibility
        • Storyboard APIs added in 3.5 SP1
        • Named key-frames
        • Storyboard APIs
          • Begin, Stop, etc.
    • 31. Input
        • Support for other platforms
        • Key.Unknown
        • ModifierKeys.Apple
        • KeyEventArgs.PlatformKeyCode
    • 32. Layout
      • LayoutTransform
      • Text measures early
    • 33. Other
      • More markup-extensions
          • e.g. x:Static
      • More panels
      • Different Hit-Testing
      • LayoutRounding Property
      • No XamlWriter
      • No VisualBrush
      • No OnRender
    • 34. Enough Slides! Code Time
      • WPF  XBAP
      • WPF  Silverlight
    • 35. Tips & Tricks for Recycling XAML
      • Source compatibility ( not binary compatibility )
        • It is a different framework
      • Code to Silverlight (Common Denominator)
      • Create a different VS project for each ‘run-time’
          • Link the files together
      • Use WPF’s XML namespace declaration
      • xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation"
    • 36. Tips & Tricks for Recycling Source Code
      • Use #if for small logic
        • Move all conditional logic to code ( no #if in XAML )
      • Partial classes for larger chunks
          • Can use separate files altogether
      • Place Templates and styles in App.xaml (both platforms can pick from there)
    • 37. Other API differences
      • OpenFileDialog
          • SL = System.Windows.Controls
          • WPF: Microsoft.Win32
      • Dispatcher.BeginInvoke different signatures
      • SL has more classes sealed ( can’t be inherited )
      • XamlReader.Load
          • SL = XamlReader.Load ( string )
          • WPF = XamlReader.Load ( stream )
    • 38. Other API differences (cont’d)
      • ContentPresenter
          • SL : class ContentPresenter : Control
          • WPF : class ContentPresenter : FrameworkElement
      • UIElementCollection
          • SL : UIElementCollection : PresentationFrameworkCollection<UIElement>
          • WPF : UIElementCollection : IList, ICollection, Ienumerable
    • 39. Silverlight User Group
      • First Meeting is Wednesday, Feb 25 7:00 PM
      • www.caparea.net/silverlight
    • 40. THANK YOU! Frank La Vigne www.FranksWorld.com [email_address]
    • 41. Microsoft.com/tag
    • 42. Session Summary
      • We covered this
      • That
      • And the other thing!
    • 43. For More Information
      • Visit MSDN at http://msdn.microsoft.com
      • More information at:
      • http://anotherUrl
      • Subscribe to my blog:
      • http://msdn.microsoft.com/alias
    • 44.  

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