The Model-View-ViewModel pattern is a common denominator between applications using XAML to create the user interface. First applied in WPF, it was then easily ported to Silverlight and Windows Phone development. With WinRT and the Metro-style applications,
You like working with Silverlight, .NET and Visual Studio, but then everybody is talking about HTML5. Why? What’s that thing? This video explains what HTML5, CSS3 and ECMAScript 5 are through the lens of a XAML and
This Silverlight screencast shows you how to save your walking routes to disk and how to improve your application design using Expression Blend.
You can do a lot with a Silverlight 3 out-of-browser application – so what more do you need? Maybe file system access, the ability to host HTML content, the ability to customize the application chrome, greater control
This session looks at the importance of right-brained thinking in UI design and suggest strategies for left-brain-tending developers to learn to tap into right-brain skills. It’s a truism in our industry that many developers just can’t design