Not a new post, but still good: Sandrino Di Mattia has a list on his blog with links to all the videos, assets and scripts for the 5-day on ramp training in one place: http://sandrinodimattia.net/blog/post/Complete-Expression-Blend-and-Silverlight-5-day-OnRamp-training-course-All-videos-all-assets-download-packages-in-one-place.aspx
Friday, December 17, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
A customer just asked the question how to scroll a ScrollViewer at design time in Blend to manually design content for it that goes beyond the visible viewport size.
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
Several customers asked on Twitter today how to navigate to another screen when a storyboard is finished playing.
The answer is: There is a StoryboardCompleted trigger that you can use together with any action, including the Navigate actions. This post describes how to use it.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
In the previous installment of this series on path layout, I explained how to add a rotation offset to an element in the list box while keeping well-fitting highlights. I also promised that I’d explain in greater depth what is going on.
As a side benefit, you will also learn how to change these pesky blue selection highlights of a list box.
The next post in this series will be back to focusing on path layout itself.
Wednesday, March 17, 2010
Ok, I’m back for part II of my short series of posts on path layout (see here for part I). Let’s continue where we ended last time:
Tuesday, March 16, 2010
At Mix, in Las Vegas, we just introduced Blend 4. One of the new features that got great excitement is path-based layout. Let me tell you a bit more about it
Friday, November 20, 2009
At PDC, a customer told me about a prototype he had built using several tab controls. He then asked me how one could include the content of different tabs of a tab control in the Microsoft Word documents that the SketchFlow Word Export creates – normally, only the tab set to visible at design time is shown.
It did not occur to me the moment that customer asked me, but there is actually a simple way to make multiple tabs of a screen appear in the Word output. The idea is very simple – just create a visual state for each tab you want to show, and edit the state so that the desired tab is shown. (more…)
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Here’s a nice video from Steve White with some tips on styling buttons in Silverlight with Blend 3…
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Katrien De Graeve has a whole bunch of 3 minute videos on Blend 3 and SketchFlow on her blog. And not just in English, but also in French and Dutch. Wow. Thanks Katrien!
Monday, July 13, 2009
Sara Summers and Chris Bernard are writing a book on SketchFlow. Yay, thank you!
You can get a free chapter including tutorial projects at http://www.dynamic-prototyping.com/.