Aprende a desarrollar aplicaciones usando XAML


Durante Mayo y Junio se organizará el festival XAMLfest que va a contar con eventos xamlfesten línea con una combinación de contenido en vivo y gabrado. La idea es que puedan acceder en cualquier momento sin embargo es buena idea aprovechar los entrenamientos en tiempo real, sobre todo por la oportunidad de hacer preguntas en vivo.
Inscríbete en la reunión que prefieras Aqui está la agenda, y puedes ver mas detalle en este blog

 

 

 

Monday

XAML

Tuesday

Layout & Controls

Wednesday

Prototyping

Thursday

Patterns

Friday

Upsizing

Recorded

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XAML Continuum

  • Designers / Developers
  • Blend / Visual Studio
  • Silverlight / WPF
  • XAML / .NET
  • Styles / Resources

Available May 25

XAML Fundamentals

  • Layouts
  • Controls
  • Element binding

 Available May 22

Prototyping

  • Generating sample data
  • Domain modeling
  • Data binding

Available May 25

Patterns + Practices

  • Role of Integrator
  • Model-View-ViewModel (M-V-VM) design pattern

Available May 25

Upsizing

  • Endpoints and Service Oriented Architectures
  • Upsizing to WPF
  • Reuse across Silverlight and WPF

Available May 25

Live for Designers

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XAML for Designers

Use Blend to create a basic Silverlight application. Explore how Blend provides tools to build great user experiences. Define simple styles, and add them to a resource collection.

June 1, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)

Layouts and Controls in Blend

Use Blend to create application layout and to add controls to the sample application. Explore basic element binding in Blend.

June 2, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)

New Prototyping Features in Blend 3

Use Blend to add screens, compositions and navigation behaviors to the sample application. Add sample data sources to screens, sketch prototype user experience, and generate a spec document.

June 3, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)

Styles, Resources, Templates and Animations

Add styles, resources, and templates to UX. Use the Visual State Manager to animation between element states. Use content imported from Adobe® Photoshop® to add assets to UX and re-skin controls in XAML.

June 4, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)

Using Blend to Create WPF Apps and Controls

Use Blend to create a WPF application. Migrate screens, resources, styles, and assets to WPF app. Explore similarities and differences between Silverlight and WPF applications.

June 5, 2009 / 9:00 AM PDT (noon EDT)

Live for Developers

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XAML for Developers

Use Visual Studio to create a basic Silverlight application. Explore the anatomy and architecture of a Silverlight application in Visual Studio, focusing on the Resource markup extensions.

June 1, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)

Layouts and Controls in Visual Studio

Use Visual Studio to explore application layout in XAML. Explore the binding markup extension, and build a value converter for the sample application.

June 2, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)

Building a Domain Model in Visual Studio

Use spec document to build a domain model consistent with sample data. Add notification interfaces to enable consumers to subscribe to changes in domain model. Bind UX to domain model.

June 3, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 pm EDT)

Implement the M-V-VM Pattern

Implement the M-V-VM pattern for the application over the domain model defined in the previous step. Bind UX to view model. Explore templates and animations in XAML and .NET code.

June 4, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)

Code Reusability between Silverlight and WPF

Implement a service endpoint that provides a domain model bindable by Silverlight and WPF. Explore XAML and .NET code reuse across Silverlight and WPF.

June 5, 2009 / 1:00 PM PDT (4 PM EDT)

Comments (2)
  1. Hola, como estas?

    Es solo para compartirte mi blog sobre Windows Mobile y Testing.

    Allí he publicado unos excelentes recursos (videos, laboratorios, código, etc.).

    Saludos,

    Javier Andrés Cáceres Alvis

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    Blog Intel: http://software.intel.com/en-us/blogs/author/javierandrescaceres/

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