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SilverBullet #11 - SyndicationFeed
I’d like to provide you with a SilverBullet™, a small snippet of Silverlight, a class or namespace hidden in the silverlight .NET framework, to help you out in times of need. It’s not to learn, but something to keep in your pocket. Just remember it’s there and you’re safe. Occasionally it’s required to use an Rss or an Atom feed in your projects. Just to show some news, or the latest update on the stock exchange. Working with these, often large, chucks of xml directly can be a pain. In Silverlight ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 29, 2009 11:14 PM

DataTemplateSelector in Silverlight
Unlike WPF, Silverlight doesn't contain a DataTemplateSelector. A DataTemplateSelector is used to select a data template based on the data-bound element and the data object. But, it isn't hard to build your own. Start by adding a class to the solution and call it something like “DataTemplateSelector”. Inherit this class from System.Windows.Controls.Con... The ContentControl class has a property for a data template and a property for content, which you can use to data-bind to. Next, create ......

Posted On Monday, September 28, 2009 3:53 PM

SilverBullet #10 System.Windows.Documents.Run
I’d like to provide you with a SilverBullet™, a small snippet of Silverlight, a class or namespace hidden in the silverlight .NET framework, to help you out in times of need. It’s not to learn, but something to keep in your pocket. Just remember it’s there and you’re safe. When showing text to a user it's often necessary to show a few words in Italic or Bold. To do this, use the System.Windows.Documents.Run class. This class provides a small bit of HTML - like features inside a Silverlight TextBlock. ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 9, 2009 5:23 PM

SilverBullet #9 - System.Windows.Analytics
I’d like to provide you with a SilverBullet™, a small snippet of Silverlight, a class or namespace hidden in the silverlight .NET framework, to help you out in times of need. It’s not to learn, but something to keep in your pocket. Just remember it’s there and you’re safe. When developing applications, especially graphic intensive web applications you want to monitor the performance when running. The System.Windows.Analytics class can help you with that. The class has no methods of any significance ......

Posted On Thursday, September 3, 2009 5:27 PM

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