This week on Channel 9, Brian and Rick discuss the week's top developer news, including; [1:01] Git Support Added to Visual Studio and TFS (Martin Woodward, Brian Keller) [3:14] Getting Started with Git in Visual Studio and Team Foundation Service (Matthew Mitrik (MS), Andy Lewis, and Martin…
Coding4Fun Show is a new series dedicated to interviewing people creating fun and interesting projects with a bit of "how to" mixed in.
In this first episode, I interview
Andy Beaulieu, creator of the
Physics Helper for Silverlight, Blend, and Farseer. Learn a bit about Andy…
In this episode, Seth Juarez guest hosts and is joined by Unni Ravindranathan, who shows off many of the improvements in XAML tooling in both Visual Studio 2015 and Blend for Visual Studio 2015. Some of these improvements are specific to Windows Universal Apps, but many are available to all XAML…
Blend for Visual Studio 2015 has been redesigned to remain the preferred tool for creating beautiful user interfaces for XAML apps. Blend has a sleek new look consistent with Visual Studio to improve the workflow between the two products. In addition, the Blend team leveraged Visual Studio…
This week on Channel 9, Brian and Dan discuss the week's top developer news, including; [00:16] Anticipating More from Cortana[01:38] Jayway Windows Phone 8.1 For Developers series[02:40] Dear developers: Please start using changelogs for Windows Phone 8.1 apps (Daniel Rubino)[03:26] Under the Hood…
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Abstract:In this episode of "Developing for Windows 8 in 1/2 the Time,” Michael Palermo shows us how we can get started using Microsoft Blend for developing our Windows Store apps as well as shows us how this compares to Visual Studio 2013. Follow the conversation @msdev Become a Fan @…
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Abstract: Jerry Nixon welcomes Navit Saxena and Hari Menon from the Microsoft Blend team to the show as they discuss the latest features and improvements made in Blend as it pertains to XAML developers and its integration with Visual Studio 2012. Tune in as they chat about how Blend can make life…
file with the animation.
In this second of a five-part series, the animation tools of Blend are introduced. Using the chicken drawn in the earlier screencast, we'll add animation onto the stage using transforms, both a scale transform and a translation. No code is touched in the
animation of this chicken.
In this first of a five-part series, you'll see how to use the drawing tools in Blend to unite and divide geometries so as to create a chicken. Covers concepts like the path tool, path combining, fills and strokes.
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