Join Charles and Channel 9 special correspondent, Dr. Sneath, as we interview Rob Relyea about XAML's past, present and future. Here, we dig into how XAML works and why it is desiged the way it is. Are you curious about how and why XAML works the way it
does? Ever wonder why BAML was created…
This week on Channel 9, Dan and Brian are joined by MVP Martin Woodward to discuss this week's news, including:
- Martin talks about the
MVP Summit and how hewon the Team System MVP of the year. The prize, a pimp belt
- Phil Haack: ASP.NET MVC RC 2
- Tutorial: How…
SharePoint developers will likely use a variety of tools to build solutions. In this screencast, Kirk Evans demonstrates how to use Expression Blend 2 to create a Silverlight application
from scratch, and how to extend its functionality using Visual Studio 2008. We won't be…
If you're using Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), or Windows Workflow Foundation (WF), then XAML is your new best friend! Learn how an entire application-from presentation to data to services to workflow--can
be authored using simple, declarative XAML…
This isn't your Grandpa's XAML!
XAML in .NET 4 is much more than just a Reader and Writer and also is now being consumed by many technologies including Silverlight, WCF, WF and of course WPF. Rob Relyea
and Mike Shim came by to talk about what's new in XAML for 2009 and beyond.
Grant Hinkson, the Director of Experience Design at Infragistics, is a big fan of the creative tool from Adobe called Fireworks. An issue, or some people may say an opportunity, arose 3 years ago when he started to work on WPF projects. How can he use
his favorite design tool with…
Karsten Januszewski has posted a
write up on his XAML Playground project, a design surface written in Silverlight using
Gestalt. The source code is available so you can see a glimpse into the work it takes to create a design tool.
Grant Hinkson has a published an updated
Fireworks to XAML panel which allows to output XAML from your Fireworks designs. The new version includes a new CS4 skin and additional features resulting in much cleaner XAML.
Blueboxes walks us through the process of
Rendering XAML to a JPEG using Silverlight 3 using the WritableBitmap class. Very useful when you wish to "print" the state of an application or something a user has created.