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Tag Archives: Blend
Talking with Corey Schuman about Windows Phone, Blend and more. Listen | Return to Yet Another Podcast Call in comments: 1-347-YAP-CAST
In the previous mini-tutorial in this series you created a form in which you placed a prompt and text box for the first name using Expression Blend and drag and drop. It was probably not obvious that as you created … Continue reading
Windows Phone Tutorial: Why Windows Phone Developers Should Must and Are Learning and Using Expression Blend
Back in June, I wrote this to Silverlight developers: Okay, tough love: if you are serious about Silverlight development, the days of using one Integrated Development Environment for all your work are…. over. The benefits of adding Expression Blend to … Continue reading
Today is a great release day. We’ve launched everything you need to write Windows Phone 7 applications. Not only that, but we’ve also released XNA 4.0 not only for phone, but for all supported XNA platforms.
This is the fourth in a short series on Templates and DataValidation. [ First In Series Previous In Series ] You will remember that in the previous post in this small series, we created a new button template with a … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post did not include source, and left fleshing out the styles as an exercise… this quick follow-up will provide a link to the full code and a quick walkthrough of the styles I ended up creating.
This is the first of a multipart series on the Visual State Manager which will cover Styles Resources Templates Custom Controls Customizing data validation
Okay, tough love: if you are serious about Silverlight development, the days of using one Integrated Development Environment for all you work are…. over. The benefits of adding Expression Blend to your toolkit, and getting serious about learning how to … Continue reading