Hi, i followed this video carefully - set up the web project and console app - but i'm not sure where i have to remove clientaccesspolicy.xml from. According to fiddler is certainly is there (@ 127.0.0.1) but i can't seem to find it anywhere, either in my project folder or anywhere in my inetpub folder. Where do i need to remove it from? Thanks.
Good grief you all, don't hate on 'em. Microsoft's a buisness. they make money. they can't give away all their training and stuff for free. We should be grateful they let us watch ANY of the MIX Sessions online for free, considering attendees have to pay for those, too.
This is great video, thanks!! I've got a little problem: i used the states thing on a child window, one state has some components of the window visible, the other they're invisible, i used the GoToStateAction on the LayoutRoot, triggered when "Loaded." So
far, so good. builds fine. However, when i open the child window in my application, JIT Debugging window pops up and tells me:
"An exception 'Runtime Error' has occured in Script.
However, a debugger that cannot handle the exception type is already attached to the process."
I'm assuming the real "clue" to the problem is the first line...but what's the runtime error? is it because the childwindow already has a built-in animation for its appearance? if so, how do i circumvent this problem? thanks!!
loadingSP.Visibility = Windows.Visibility.Visible Dim sb As Storyboard = DirectCast(Me.Resources("LoadingSpin"), Storyboard) sb.Begin() sb.RepeatBehavior = RepeatBehavior.Forever
...and then of course, you could tweak it...make ball 1 white, ball 2 light light gray, ball 3 light gray, ball 4 gray, ball 5 black, etc. for a more graphically appealing image...i'll give it a try. in the mean time, there it is.
Do you mind sharing? that'd be neat to take a peek at, even though i'm more of a web programmer than a game developer... oh yeah, another idea, that i'm using... i'll post the code in a moment, is custom loading control...so, use an ellipse as the path,
put a few smaller circles on it, and animate the "start" property to get the classic spinning-ball loading icon...