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Highlights of MIX 2009



Slide deck highlighting several key announcements from Microsoft's MIX 2009 conference.

Slide deck highlighting several key announcements from Microsoft's MIX 2009 conference.



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    • Glen Gordon Developer Evangelist Microsoft This tag has my contact info. Snap a picture of it with the free mobile http://blogs.msdn.com/glengordon app from http://gettag.mobi. Works on iPhone, Windows Mobile and Blackberry. @glengordon
    • Microsoft’s designer|ux|developer conference Attendance of 4000-6000 World class keynoters Bill Buxton Deborah Adler Guy Kawasaki Excellent side speakers Microsoft Industry experts
    • http://videos.visitmix.com/mix09 Videos Silverlight Streaming PowerPoints Demo code
    • Cross browser Cross platform Browser plug-in Rich Applications Rich Media
    • Video/Audio (H.264, AAC) GPU Acceleration 3D Support Animation Easing Custom dialogs Effects Pixel and Media APIs Local Messaging Out of Browser
    • Microsoft Confidential
    • SketchFlow Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator import Behaviors Designing with data Source code control XAML, C# and VB code IntelliSense
    • Microsoft Confidential
    • Servers Services Tools Design & Development experience Interop/Integration Community
    • SuperPreview ASP.NET MVC 1.0 Web Platform Installer Windows Azure Internet Explorer 8
    • Standards based web authoring Multi-language targeting Secure FTP support CSS Diagnostics SuperPreview
    • Simplify RIA development n-tier is hard, and un-natural Bring ASP.NET/RAD-style productivity to RIA development Focus on end-to-end scenarios and solutions
    • Focus on data in an end-to-end manner A unified story for client and server development A prescriptive framework that targets key scenarios, and leads the common developer to a pit of success
    • DomainContext: Bindable Data DomainService: CRUD + App Logic class Catalog class Catalog EntityList<Product> Products { get } IQueryable<Product> GetProducts() Data Model + void LoadProducts(IQueryable<Product>) void UpdateProduct(Product, Product) Metadata + void ToggleSale(Product) void ToggleSale(Product) Shared Code Validation and authorization rules, class Product Application workflows, … Data members + Validation void ToggleSale() Data Model class Product Application Services Presentation Network App Data Access Logic Logic Layer DB Microsoft Confidential
    • Support for multiple presentation tiers and data access technologies .NET Clients Databases Silverlight, WPF ADO.NET, ORMs (LTS, EF, …) Standards Clients JavaScript CLR Lists/Objects App Server Rendering Repository Logic HTML, SEO, (nHibernate, …) Printing, … XML, JS Services Services ON, Bina REST/SOAP WCF ry (Azure, …) Unit Test Code
    • T14F What's new in Silverlight 3 T12F Principles of Microsoft Silverlight Animation T41F .NET RIA Services - Building Data- Driven Applications with Microsoft Silverlight T18F Delivering Ads to a Silverlight Media Player Application
    • C01F Sketch Flow: From Concept to Production B03M Copyright Laws for Web Designers and Developers C02F Improving UX through Application Lifecycle Management C04F The Future of Microsoft Expression Blend C10F Design Prototyping: Bringing Wireframes to Life