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Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile
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Session 2: Expanding the Silverlight Reach - WPF and .NET Client Profile

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Rich Internet Applications with Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1

In this event we’ll take a look at how you can build rich applications that deploy to the web and go beyond what you can typically do inside of a browser based application. We’ll have a look at how .NET programming comes to the cross-platform world of the web with Silverlight 2 and the framework and tooling surrounding Silverlight. We’ll then see how you can take that further to develop applications with Windows Presentation Foundation that go beyond the capabilities of Silverlight whilst still making use of the same skillset and tooling.

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  • 06/06/09 23:06 © 2007 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.
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    • 1. Beyond Silverlight with WPF Clients ( WPF : Windows Presentation Foundation ) Mike Taulty Developer & Platform Group Microsoft Ltd [email_address] http://www.miketaulty.com
    • 2. Client Technologies Browser? Client?
    • 3. Why Build for the Browser? Web is Cross Platform
    • 4. Why Build for the Browser? Deployment Cost
    • 5. Why Build A Client?
    • 6. Why Choose WPF?
    • 7. WPF Release History
    • 8. WPF – Clients and Clients XAML Browser Application (XBAP) ClickOnce Application Full Client
    • 9. WPF == Silverlight Capabilities++ Layout Animation Composition WMV1 WMV2 WMV3 WMVA WMVC1 WMA7 WMA8 WMA9
    • 10. WPF == Silverlight Capabilities++ Layout Animation Composition WMV1 WMV2 WMV3 WMVA WMVC1 WMA7 WMA8 WMA9 WPF Client
    • 11. Additional WPF Capabilities
    • 12. WPF == Silverlight Development++ WPF
    • 13. WPF Development
    • 14. WPF in .NET Framework V3.5
    • 15. 2D and 3D Integration
    • 16. WPF in .NET Framework V3.5 Sp1
    • 17. DataGrid
    • 18. .NET Client Profile
      • Trimmed .NET Framework 3.5 Sp 1 for Clients
      • Customisable installation process
        • Online bootstrapper ( ~270KB )
        • Offline installer ( ~ 250MB )
      • Works with XBAP, ClickOnce, Setup.exe
      Target has .NET? Install 3.5 Sp1 Reboot Admin Required Yes Install ~28MB Client Profile No Reboot Admin Required Schedule 3.5 Sp1 Install No
    • 19. .NET Client Profile
      • Subset of .NET Framework V3.5 Sp1
        • Not technologies like ASP.NET, Workflow
      • Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1
        • Offers Client Profile as a target platform
        • Warns on use of non Client Profile assemblies
        • Marks Client Profile application configuration files
        • Adds Client Profile distribution to Publish and Setup projects
      • NB: Applications without a “sku=Client” config file do not run on the Client Profile
    • 20. .NET Client Profile
    • 21. From Silverlight to WPF
      • Designed for high level of compatibility
        • XAML level compatibility
        • .NET Framework API level compatibility
      • Tooling is practically identical
      • Skillset is a superset of Silverlight knowledge
      • Scenarios
        • Silverlight->WPF relatively painless
        • WPF->Silverlight likely to be more tricky 
        • Maintaining 2 UI’s – re-use as much as possible whilst accepting differences
    • 22. WPF Airlines
    • 23. WPF 3 rd Party Controls?
    • 24. 3 rd Party Controls
    • 25. Architectural Guidance
      • Composite Application Guidance for WPF
        • http://msdn.microsoft.com/practices
      • Contains;
        • Documentation
        • Stock Trader sample application
        • Library source code
        • QuickStarts to illustrate various features
    • 26. Resources
    • 27. © 2008 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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