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Category Archives: Blend
I’m very pleased to announce that I’m starting a new video series based on my mini tutorials about Windows phone mango. These will all be posted on Channel 9 and you can also find them listed alphabetically on my Windows … Continue reading
Windows Phone Tutorial Last year Jon Galloway and I launched the Full Stack experiment,in which we video-documented the creation of a nontrivial application. Today we begin the second phase of this experiment, building a new application that will have implementations … Continue reading
If this doesn’t convince you that it is worthwhile to learn Blend and Behaviors… Open a new phone project in Blend and drag a shape onto the artboard (e.g., an ellipse). Click on Assets –> Behaviors and drag MouseDragElementBehavior onto … Continue reading
Talking with Jon Galloway about what’s new in the ASP.NET family, including previews of MVC 4, Visual Studio 11, Web Forms 4.5 and WCF Web API. Jon’s Blog ASP.NET VNext site MVC 4 Site Road Map Jon’s Book Listen | … Continue reading
Windows Phone From Scratch #48 A key gesture for Windows Phone users is the tap or touch on the screen. Many controls have built-in support for the touch (e.g., the button) converting the touch to an existing click event. Other … Continue reading
Windows Phone From Scratch #46 In a recent posting I wrote about creating Conway’s Life for the phone. The application is a tinkerer’s playhouse and I find myself going back to it to add features and tweaks. This morning I … Continue reading
Windows Phone From Scratch #31 The application bar sits at the bottom of your Windows Phone application and provides a set of hopefully not-too-cryptic icons, along with an ellipses (…) that pops open the menu and the text associated … Continue reading
Animation, used with restraint, can greatly enhance the user’s experience of the phone; clarifying transitions and creating useful illusions. One, discussed here previously, is the illusion of “flipping” part of the page over, perhaps to reveal a help file. In … Continue reading
This is the second part of the MVVM Light Toollkit Soup To Nuts (part 1 is here) within the Windows Phone From Scratch Mini-tutorial series. Today we look at an introduction to behaviors as a tool for migrating event handling … Continue reading
To fully understand how behaviors work, you need to create a couple custom Behaviors of your own. In this tutorial we’ll build a custom behavior and in the next we’ll look at a specialized form of custom behavior called a … Continue reading
Talking with Adam Kinney about Expression Blend For Developers http://adamkinney.com http://twitter.com/adkinn/ http://thinkpixellab.com Listen | Return to Yet Another Podcast Call in comments: 1-347-YAP-CAST