- Full Description
The growing popularity of Web 2.0 applications is increasing user expectations for high-quality web site design, presentation, and functionality. It is into this climate that Microsoft is releasing Silverlight 4, the third and latest iteration of its cross-browser web presentation technology. Beginning Sliverlight 4 in C#¬†brings you to the cutting-edge of Web 2.0 application design and includes plenty of practical guidance to get you started straightaway.
- Microsoft Expression Design, which plays an important part in creating Silverlight assets.
- Microsoft Expression Blend, which is used to build user interaction for Silverlight elements.
- Microsoft Visual Studio, which manages the interaction between designers and developers, providing the coding environment for nuts and bolts wiring.
Once youve mastered the basics, you'll move on to gaining a more in-depth knowledge of some of the new features introduced with Silverlight 4, including H.264 protected content, right-click event handling, a new printing API, and support for the Managed Extensibility Framework.
What youll learn
- Discover the tools needed for Silverlight 4 development, the roles each plays, and how they interact to produce a seamless result.
- Understand the fundamental concepts and techniques that lie at the heart of every successful Silverlight application and how to apply them to your own projects.
- Explore the new features and coding practices Silverlight gives to you as a developer that sets it apart from other web-development tools.
Who this book is for
This book is for anyone with an interest in web development. A basic familiarity with web development and simple C# coding is useful, but by no means a requirement. This book will teach you everything that you need to know.
- Table of Contents
Table of Contents
- Welcome to Silverlight 4¬†¬†
- Introduction to Visual Studio 2010¬†
- Layout Management in Silverlight¬†¬†
- Silverlight Controls¬†¬†
- Data Binding and Silverlight List Controls¬†¬†
- Silverlight Toolkit¬†¬†
- Data Access and Networking¬†¬†
- Navigation Framework¬†¬†
- Isolated Storage in Silverlight¬†¬†
- System Integration and Device Support¬†¬†¬†
- Introduction to Expression Blend¬†
- Styling in Silverlight¬†
- Transformations and Animation¬†¬†
- Custom Controls¬†¬†¬†
- Printing in Silverlight¬†¬†¬†
- Source Code/Downloads
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