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Tag Archives: VSM
This is the fifth in a series on Templates and DataValidation. [ First In Series Previous In Series ] In this and the next posting I will create an application that will demonstrate how to modify the Visual State for … Continue reading
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
This is the third (if you count Sunday’s update!) in my short series on Templates and Data Validation. [ First In Series. Previous In Series ] Today we’re going to create a templated Button that changes the appearance and visual … 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
The Silverlight Toolkit is innovative in many ways, not least of which is that controls are released in one of four quality bands: Mature: ready for release Stable: suitable for most scenarios Preview: suitable for most basic usage scenarios, … Continue reading
Over the past month I’ve posted half a dozen min-articles about creating custom controls that can interact with the Visual State Manager, and the underlying engine that makes it work; especially Dependency Properties and the Parts and … Continue reading
I’ll be covering this in videos and tutorials in depth, but I’ve come to realize that in-state animation is so straight forward that it can be explained in a quick blog entry. In fact, the really hard part is explaining … Continue reading
There has been a number of requests for videos, tutorials and Webcasts that dive deeper. A few weeks ago I scheduled a Webcast for this Wednesday to cover the Visual State Manager which presents a good opportunity to do so. … Continue reading
I’m very pleased to announce a three part video series (currently listed in reverse order) as companions to my new tutorial). The three videos are Creating Styles Templates without Visual State Manager Templates and Visual State Manager The new … Continue reading
I’m very pleased to announce that my latest tutorial, on Styles, Templates and the Visual State Manager is now available, in HTML, or as a PDF, and the complete source code is available as well. The Visual State Manager is … Continue reading