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Pro Silverlight 3 in C#by Matthew Macdonald
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Full-color graphics and screenshots throughout make Pro Silverlight 3 in C# an invaluable reference for professional developers wanting to discover the new features of Silverlight 3. Author Matthew MacDonald 's expert advice guides you through creating rich media applications using Silverlight in the environment you're most productive in?no matter what the target platform.
As you learn about the features that put Silverlight in direct competition with Adobe Flash, such as rich support for 2D and 3D drawing, animations, and media playback, you'll experience the plumbing of .NET and the design model of WPF through Silverlight?all of the same .NET technology that developers use to design next-generation Windows applications. MacDonald provides an comprehensive tutorial written from professional developer to professional developer. What you?ll learn Develop rich media applications using Silverlight across browsers and platforms. Create a project, set up a layout, and use controls. Handle both 2D and 3D drawing, animation, and media playback through Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). Integrate web services support. Use Silverlight in conjunction with ASP.NET and its interactions with HTML.
Silverlight 3 is the latest iteration of Microsoft's cross-browser technology for creating rich user experiences on the Web. Like its predecessor, Silverlight 2, it rides atop the .NET Framework for maximum ease of use and coding efficiency. The new technology carries forward much of the work that has been done before and augments it in many important respects, including support for H.264 video, major improvements to the graphics engine (including true 3D rendering), and much richer data-binding options for interfacing with other applications. Who this book is for
.NET developers encountering Silverlight for the first time. No prior knowledge of WPF or ASP.NET is assumed. Table of Contents Introducing Silverlight XAML Layout Dependency Properties and Routed Events Elements The Application Model Navigation Shapes and Geometries Brushes, Transforms, and Bitmaps Animation Sound, Video, and Deep Zoom Styles and Behaviors Templates and Custom Controls Browser Integration ASP.NET Web Services Data Binding Data Controls Isolated Storage Multithreading Networking
About the Apress Pro Series
The Apress Pro series books are practical, professional tutorials to keep you on and moving up the professional ladder.
You have gotten the job, now you need to hone your skills in these tough competitive times. The Apress Pro series expands your skills and expertise in exactly the areas you need. Master the content of a Pro book, and you will always be able to get the job done in a professional development project. Written by experts in their field, Pro series books from Apress give you the hard-won solutions to problems you will face in your professional programming career.
Silverlight 3 is the latest iteration of Microsofta (TM)s cross-browser technology for creating rich user experiences on the web. Like its predecessor, Silverlight 2, it rides atop the .NET Framework for maximum ease of use and coding efficiency. The new technology carries forward much of the work that has been done before and augments it in many important respects, including support for H.264 video, major improvements to the graphics engine (including true 3D rendering) and much richer data-binding options for interfacing with other applications.
This second edition of Pro Silverlight in C# carries forward the all the key features that have made the first edition an immediate success. Most notably the book presents all artwork, screenshots and code in full-colour; provides readers with a comprehensive theoretical grounding, and illustrates all concepts with an abundance of fully-worked practical examples.
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