Windows Dev News for June 05, 2012 - #0093
In This Issue:
Above The Fold:
"Silverlight OverlapStackPanel "
"W8WIL #2: Declaratively Specifying an ItemTemplate in a Fragment"
Desert Mountain Developers
Visual Studio #LightSwitch Daily
has a great offer up -
Senthil Kumar B
GiveAway – Win a Free Copy of Packt’s Windows Identity Foundation eBook
posted about his latest releast:
#mvvmlight V4 for Windows 8 RP is available
New Pluralsight Course on Debugging Web Sites
Windows 8 in the Enterprise
takes a shot at explaining why he thinks Windows 8 is Enterprise Ready... check it out and let him know if you agree or not.
LightSwich Sample Menu
didn't produce a tutorial like Michael Washington usually has on his site, but he did provide a complete project of a LightSwitch app with a menu he created plus a video of it running.
Part 98 - Windows Phone - RichTextBox
's 98th WP7 post is about displaying RichText in your WP7 app
explores overlapping, rotating, and offsetting items within a StackPanel in Silvelright 5... cool effect... oh, and the project is downloadable :)
Designing Metro style: Being the Best on Windows 8
has a good read up on Metro Design... or Designing for Metro... in other words... spending some time up front...
Visual Studio 2012 - ALL CAPS vs. Old Style
tested out a registry hack by a Visual Stuio ALM MVP (Richard Banks), and displays VS2012 with and without the SHOUTING MENU... interesting... what do you think?
How to make your Web pages communicate more effectively
turns his blog over to Kelly Marsh for this 7-tip expose on getting your web pages to communicate more effectively
Learn jQuery Part3: How to Filter in jQuery
has part 3 of his jQuery seris up... this time out he's talking about the various filters functions available ... lots of code examples to play with
Introduction to KnockoutJS
starts this post way before Knockout, and explains his way into the need for it, making you want to keep going... and with good reason! ... lots of good information and a good introlduction
What's changed for app developers since the Consumer Preview
goes into a fair amount of detail on differences from Windows 8 CP to RC, including how to get your CP apps running in RC
Part 99 - Windows Phone - Consume JSON Service
's 99th WP7 post, he's consuming a JSON service in a WP7 app
W8WIL #2: Declaratively Specifying an ItemTemplate in a Fragment
continues with is "What I've Learned" series on W8 ... with this tip on declaratively associating an ItemTemplate for a ListView inside a page fragment
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