Unni Ravindranathan takes on a tour of the new
Expression Blend 3 Preview released at MIX09. Not only has Blend been updated to support Silverlight 3, but many new features have been added including improved graphic design tools,
Intellisense, TFS integration and improved extensibility.
Leverage your existing SVG assets in Expression Design to produce XAML elements for WPF and/or Silverlight applications. This screencast demonstrates converting SVG files to XAML using Expression Design and consuming them in a Silverlight application.
geekSpeakApr 26, 2010 at 3:28PM1
MSDN Online Media
Are you a Microsoft Silverlight or Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) developer looking to get the most out of Microsoft Expression Blend? If so, tune in to this episode of geekSpeak where Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Corey Schuman highlights
5 key features of Expression Blend…
This screencast is a continuation of a previous screencast entitled “Skins for WPF and Silverlight”. In this session we go beyond skinning built-in
controls and learn what’s required to create our own skinnable (or ‘lookless’) controls.
This screencast assumes existing knowledge about styles…
In this screencast we'll cover the topics needed to create custom skins for WPF and Silverlight. Topics include Resources, Templates, Styles and Dictionaries, and we'll see how each builds upon the other to provide a very rich and flexible skinning system
on these platforms.
The sample project…
DevRadioOct 05, 2012 at 4:00AM0
G. Andrew Duthie
Abstract: Andrew Duthie and Program Manager Kirupa Chinnathambi from the Microsoft Expression Blend team join us for part one of this series as we take an inside look at how Blend can help developers design their Windows 8 apps. Tune in as they build a basic “hello world” application, add HTML…
Business apps live on data. In this demo-focused talk, we'll show how we've made building data-centric business applications in WPF easier with the new DataGrid, Ribbon, and Calendar/DatePicker controls. As we build the application, we'll also give you
a sneak peek at how building data-bound apps…