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  • So where is Silverlight today?
  • So where is Silverlight today?
  • So where is Silverlight today?
  • So where is Silverlight today?
  • So where is Silverlight today?
  • So where is Silverlight today?
  • DEMO: Show the TextOverflowDemo project.
  • DEMO: Show the TextOverflowDemo project.
  • DEMO: Show the TextOverflowDemo project.
  • DEMO: Show the TextOverflowDemo project.
  • DEMO: Show the TextOverflowDemo project.
  • DEMO: Show the TextOverflowDemo project.
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  • Silverlight 5

    1. 1. Silverlight 5 for Line of Business Jeremy Likness Project Manager, Senior Consultant Copyright © 2011 jlikness@wintellect.comconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    2. 2. what we do consulting training design debugging who we are Founded by top experts on Microsoft – Jeffrey Richter, Jeff Prosise, and John Robbins – we pull out all the stops to help our customers achieve their goals through advanced software-based consulting and training solutions. how we do it Training • On-site instructor-led training Consulting & Debugging • Virtual instructor-led training • Architecture, analysis, and design services • Devscovery conferences • Full lifecycle custom software development • Content creation Design • Project management • User Experience Design • Debugging & performance tuning • Visual & Content Design • Video & Animation Productionconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    3. 3. Agenda • A Brief History of Silverlight • Where We Are (Some Case Studies) • Miscellaneous Post-Beta Features • Text • Threading • Data-Binding • User Interface • Custom Markup and Types • Trusted Applications • The Third Dimensionconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    4. 4. A Brief History of Silverlight • Silverlight 1.0 • 2007 • JavaScript with benefits “If at first you don’t succeed … call it version 1.0”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    5. 5. A Brief History of Silverlight • Silverlight 2.0 • 2008 • Common Language Runtime (CLR) • Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR) • Deep Zoom “The great thing about Object Oriented code is that it can make small, simple problems look like large, complex ones.“consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    6. 6. A Brief History of Silverlight • Silverlight 3.0 • 2009 • 2D-3D (“Perspective”) • GPU • Element Binding • Out of Browser “Three screens and a cloud … [a] fundamental shift in the computing paradigm.“ - Ballmerconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    7. 7. A Brief History of Silverlight • Silverlight 4.0 • 2010 • Web Cam and Microphone • HTML inside Silverlight • MEF • WCF RIA • COM • Chrome support “If brute force doesnt solve your problems, then you arent using enough.“consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    8. 8. A Brief History of Silverlight • Silverlight 5.0 • 2011 • Are you kidding me?! That’s what the rest of this talk is for! “Computers are incredibly fast, accurate, and stupid; humans are incredibly slow, inaccurate and brilliant; together they are powerful beyond imagination.” – Albert Einsteinconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    9. 9. Where We Are • 1 million Silverlight developers (Silverlight team blog) • 70% penetration (RIAStats.com) • Silverlight Firestarter: DayForce – “1/4th cost to build Silverlight compared to Java” – “1/30th total cost due to reduced load on servers” • Major enterprise adoption, including Fortune 500 companiesconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    10. 10. Microsoft eScience “Re-write the existing Windows Forms application in both Silverlight and WPF, and to correspondingly re- create the user interface design, using as much of a single code base as possible.”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    11. 11. 2010 Olympics Health Monitoring “Over 12 petabytes of data, and at peak loads streamed 374 gigabits of video per second and handled 2.4 million pages per second. With 82 million mobile page views, 1.9 million mobile video streams, and 5,000 hours of live and on- demand video...”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    12. 12. PriceWaterhousecoopers SharePoint “Utilize Microsoft’s Silverlight technology to deliver interactive dashboards and onscreen reports, within an integrated SharePoint environment.”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    13. 13. KNFB Blio eReader “The Blio project represented a challenging technical application for WPF and even more so for the Silverlight platform. An e-reader has a surprisingly large degree of complexity around user interaction, input, and rendering.”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    14. 14. Microsoft Looking Glass “Re-work and enhance the UI design of the tool as well as re-migrate the code fully to Silverlight 4, and architect the backend code using the Model-View- View Model (MVVM) pattern to support unit testing, modularity, scalabil ity, and robustness within the application. ”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    15. 15. Rooms to Go Silverlight Slate App “Putting our business applications on the slate device was very easy. We just identified the applications, the data used, whipped up the interface and web services and we were able to do it rather quickly.”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    16. 16. Hooters “Eliminate Flash technology from their main web site in order to achieve an approximate order-of-magnitude increase in page load performance.”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    17. 17. Where We are Goingconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    18. 18. Miscellaneous Post-Beta Features • WS-Trust • 64-bit • Immediate-mode graphics • Hardware acceleration in windowless mode (IE9) • Direct access to USB devices • Microsoft Office integration • Full keyboard support in full screen • P/Invokeconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    19. 19. Text • Text overflow areas (multi-column text) – RichTextBoxOverflow control – Link RichTextBox to one or more RichTextBoxOverflow controls and flow text from one to the other • Controllable character spacing (leading) – CharacterSpacing property on text-input elements • Crisper text display via pixel snapping (post-beta) • Enhanced OpenType support (post-beta)consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    20. 20. Text Overflow “Overflow additional text to this element…” <RichTextBox FontSize="20" OverflowContentTarget="{Binding ElementName=ColumnTwo}"> <Paragraph>Blah, blah, blah</Paragraph> </RichTextBox> <RichTextBoxOverflow x:Name="ColumnTwo" Grid.Column="1" OverflowContentTarget="{Binding ElementName=ColumnThree}"/> <RichTextBoxOverflow x:Name="ColumnThree" Grid.Column="2"/> “I can receive overflow text…”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    21. 21. Character Spacing <Slider Minimum="1" Maximum="100" Value="2" x:Name="SpacingSlider" ToolTipService.ToolTip="{Binding ElementName=SpacingSlider, Path=Value}" Grid.Row="1" Grid.Column="2"/> <TextBlock Margin="10" Grid.Row="2" HorizontalAlignment="Stretch" Grid.ColumnSpan="3" Height="30" CharacterSpacing="{Binding ElementName=SpacingSlider,Path=Value}" Text="Keep your eye on the text block. Things may change here!" VerticalAlignment="Top"/> “Set the leading spacing to this…”consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    22. 22. demo Text Overflow and Character Spacingconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    23. 23. Threading • Dedicated composition thread – GPU animations no longer handled on UI thread – Adapted from Silverlight for Windows Phone • Decreased network latency – HttpWebRequest calls removed from UI thread – Up to 90% less latency according to Microsoftconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    24. 24. Composition Thread “Set this…” “…and this…” <param name="enableGPUAcceleration" value="true"/> … <Rectangle CacheMode="BitmapCache" Width="100" Height="50" Fill="Red"> <Rectangle.RenderTransform> <RotateTransform x:Name="SpinLeft" /> </Rectangle.RenderTransform> </Rectangle> “…and this will run on composition the thread.” <Storyboard x:Name="LeftSpin"> <DoubleAnimation Storyboard.TargetName="SpinLeft" Storyboard.TargetProperty="Angle" From="0" To="360" Duration="0:0:1" RepeatBehavior="Forever" /> </Storyboard>consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    25. 25. demo Animations on the Composition Threadconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    26. 26. Data-Binding • Style data binding • Implicit data templates • Ancestor binding • Data binding debuggingconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    27. 27. Style Data Binding <Themes:MyThemes x:Key="Theme"/> INotifyPropertyChanged class that exposes brushes, gradients <Style TargetType="Grid"> <Setter Property="Background" Value="{Binding GradientBrush,Source={StaticResource Theme}}"/> </Style> Implicit style that binds to the theme classconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    28. 28. Implicit Data Templates Implied based on the data type <Grid.Resources> <DataTemplate DataType="model:Photo"> <Templates:PhotoTemplate/> </DataTemplate> <DataTemplate DataType="model:BlogPost"> <Templates:BlogTemplate/> </DataTemplate> <DataTemplate DataType="model:Tweet"> <Templates:TweetTemplate/> </DataTemplate> No ItemTemplate: implied one is used </Grid.Resources> <ListBox ItemsSource="{Binding SocialFeed}" Background="{StaticResource DarkBackground}"/>consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    29. 29. Ancestor Binding <Button Content="Delete Post" Command="{Binding DataContext.DeleteCommand, RelativeSource={RelativeSource AncestorType=Grid,AncestorLevel=3}}" Bind to the third parent in the visual tree that is a Grid CommandParameter="{Binding}"/> Binds to the current data contextconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    30. 30. Data-Binding Debugging • Set breakpoints on {Binding} expressions in XAML • Analyze broken bindings, detect when target is updated, and more • Use locals window to analyze bindingconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    31. 31. demo Data Binding in Silverlight 5consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    32. 32. User Interface • Click counting • Text search • Vector-based printingconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    33. 33. Click Counting private void _ButtonMouseLeftButtonDown(object sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e) { New click count parameter var text = "Single-click."; on MouseEventArgs if (e.ClickCount > 1) text = "Double-click."; if (e.ClickCount > 2) text = "Triple-click."; if (e.ClickCount > 3) text = string.Format("Clicked {0} times", e.ClickCount); ClickCount.Text = text; }consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    34. 34. Text Search public class ImageItem { public string Path { get; set; } public string Name { get; set; } } <ListBox ItemsSource="{Binding Images}" TextSearch.TextPath="Name"> When keyboard pressed, will match first characters of this propertyconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    35. 35. Printing • Vector-based • PostScript • Virtual print view • No new API, uses older method • Reduce size/footprint of print buffer • Elements sent as vectors for better fidelity when scaled or printed at higher resolutionsconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    36. 36. demo Click Count and Text Searchconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    37. 37. Custom Markup and Types • Custom markup extensions – Markup extensions appear in XAML in {} – Provide more flexibility for extending what XAML does – Are able to reference the targets to which they are applied • Custom types – ICustomTypeProvider – “Go the way of reflection…” – The dynamic types that bindconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    38. 38. Custom Markup Inherit MarkupExtension (the Extension word goes away in XAML) public class ViewModelGlueExtension : MarkupExtension Implement this method and return what you need. public override object ProvideValue(IServiceProvider serviceProvider) { Optionally reach out and grab the target object/property var ipvt = serviceProvider.GetService(typeof(IProvideValueTarget)) as IProvideValueTarget; var targetObject = ipvt.TargetObject; } Then reference and use as needed. DataContext="{jounce:ViewModelGlue ViewModelName=CustomViewModel}"consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    39. 39. Custom Type Provider Inherit ICustomTypeProvider public class CustomType : ICustomTypeProvider Only one method – but this is where the work is! public Type GetCustomType() { return _helper.GetCustomType(); } Now get your dynamic on! CustomType.AddProperty(“Age”, typeof(int)); var type = new CustomType(); type.SetPropertyValue(“Age”, 36); Totally bindable, dude!consulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    40. 40. demo Custom Markup Extension and Custom Type Providerconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    41. 41. Trusted Applications • Can now run inside the browser – Requires permissions (localhost excepted) – Can host WebBrowser controls in-browser, too • Can now create multiple windows – Modeless dialogs, tear-off windows, and more – Only available to trusted out-of-browser apps • Can now access entire file systemconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    42. 42. Child Window new Window FrameworkElement { Content = child, Width = 450, Layer on top of other active windows Height = 400, Title = title, TopMost = true, Visibility = Visibility.Visible }; Defaults to Collapsedconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    43. 43. demo Child Windowsconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    44. 44. The Third Dimension • Silverlight 5 includes robust 3D support – Hardware (GPU) accelerated – Immediate-mode XNA-based API – Built-in shaders/effects coming post-beta – Supports textures, bump mapping, etc. • DrawingSurface control represents 3D canvas – Draw event signals opportunity to redraw • Requires Shader Model 2.0-compatible hardware • Requires consent or trust on Windows XPconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    45. 45. 3D Models • Models are formed from meshes of 3D triangles – Define vertices using X-Y-Z coordinates – Connect vertices to form triangles – Connect triangles to form meshes • Triangles can be shaded with colors or texturesconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    46. 46. demo The Third Dimensionconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    47. 47. Resources • Silverlight 5 http://www.microsoft.com/silverlight/future • Jounce MVVM/MEF Framework http://jounce.codeplex.com/ • My Blog & Twitter http://csharperimage.jeremylikness.com/ @JeremyLiknessconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com
    48. 48. Questions? Jeremy Likness Project Manager, Senior Consultant jlikness@wintellect.comconsulting training design debugging wintellect.com

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