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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Andrea Boschin  on  Sep 11, 2012 (more than a year ago)
    Tweet Animations and mostly transitions are something that may change drastically how your application looks to the end user. This is true twice in a touch enabled application where the usual strategies for giving feedback to the user, about its interaction with UI elements, are not really effective. Don't miss... Upcoming Webinar: MVVM in Windows 8 The article series: Windows 8 Metro Apps: The 8 ...
  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Andrea Boschin  on  Jun 12, 2011 (more than a year ago)
    Don't miss... Free SilverlightShow Webinars TIP: Routed events in Silverlight TIP: Transformations explained Andrea's 'Introduction to WP7' eBook ($2.99)      All SilverlightShow Ebooks  Animations are something that many do not take in serious considerations, just because too often in the development of applications they are considered something incidental. Nevertheless it is really important to ...
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  • author  Jeff Paries  /  released on  Aug 27, 2009
    Foundation Silverlight 3 Animation Product Description Silverlight is Microsoft's breakthrough technology for creating rich experiences on the web. This book illustrates the power of Silverlight as a graphics, animation, and game-creation tool. It teaches the fundamentals of computer animation, using trigonometry and vector movement before moving on to more advanced topics such as physics modeling and particle systems. With full co ...
  • author  Rajesh Lal  /  released on  Nov 11, 2011
    Tags:   silverlight-4 , animations , graphics , rajesh-lal
    Fun with Silverlight 4 Product Description  This book illustrates more than 100 features in Silverlight using a simple problem/solution approach. It takes one feature at a time and guides you in progressive journey where you begin by using the basic components, then by creating graphics and animations. You then create rich media applications on the client and web services, and delve into calling advanced Web services li ...
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