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  • Visual Studio XAML Editing Tip

    So I'm working in XAML in Visual Studio 2008 and it has some nice statement completion features now, like automatically quoting my attributes for me (cool!).  When there's an item it knows, like Orientation=''Horizontal|Vertical'' it will give me a dropdown and after selection, put the cursor after the closing double quote, as you would ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on January 14, 2008
  • Acropolis CTP Available

    Acropolis CTP 1 is now available.  From the source: The Microsoft code name “Acropolis” Community Technology Preview 1 is a set of components and tools that make it easier for developers to build and manage modular, business focused, client .NET applications. Acropolis is part of the “.NET Client Futures” wave of ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on June 14, 2007
  • WPF for ASP.NET Developers

    Brian Noyes gave a presentation to the Cleveland .NET SIG last night on WPF for ASP.NET Developers.  I took some notes, which I’ll present a few of here in case they’re helpful to anyone else. WPF Logical Pixels, not physical pixels, each 1/96 of an inch Vector Graphics based Containers Many controls are ...
    Posted to Steven Smith (Weblog) by ssmith on June 13, 2007
  • Zain Naboulsi rocked Tulsa - MSDN Event and TulsaDevelopers.NET

    Zain Naboulsi rocked Tulsa! After presenting for four hours at the MSDN Event on Windows CardSpace and Microsoft AJAX. I had imagined that he would have been at least a little tired. But was the TulsaDevelopers.NET users group pleasantly surprised. He came in and delivered an awesome presentation on WPF with some Silverlight thrown in. He did an ...
  • Excellent Adobe Flex 2.0 Presentation was a big eye opener

    This past Monday, Nathan Phelps gave an excellent presentation on Adobe Flex 2.0 for the Tulsa Java Developers Group. I was totally amazed out how similiar it is and fundamentally like Silverlight (formerly code named Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere (WPF/E). I see the pros and cons from both architectures. Once Silverlight is ...
  • Silverlight

    As has been blogged all over the place, WPF/E has been renamed Silverlight (Note: lower case 'L'). Some people say there's more to come at MIX07. Well, I think I've discovered what the secret is. It's hidden inside of the Silverlight promo video. Silverlight is written in Java! Don't believe me? Take a look at a frame grab ...
    Posted to C# Nuggets (Weblog) by rbirkby on April 16, 2007