Delivering Rich User Experiences for Business Applications with Microsoft Silverlight 3


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The User Experiences demands for business applications are in many ways more important than the much-talked-about consumer space. Knowledge workers spend hundreds of hours a year in using business applications. If you can provide a user experience that shaves time off completing each task, reduces or eliminates erroneous input or conclusions drawn from the data, and reduces the administrate support costs, you could save millions of dollars. This session shows you proven user experience patterns and details how to implement them effectively in Silverlight 3 in a cost effective way, with your existing development resources. This session covers rich data display, data input and advanced data validation, and a simple navigation and deep linking framework.
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