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XAML Unleashed
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Adam Nathan

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Title: XAML Unleashed

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64 downloads, last downloaded at February 1, 2018

ISBN: 9780133967418

Full Color: Figures and code appear as they do in Visual Studio.

If you want to write Windows apps with XAML, one person can help you more than anyone else: Adam Nathan. He has built a well-­deserved reputation as the world’s #1 expert on putting it to work. Now, he’s written the definitive, practical XAML tutorial and reference: XAML Unleashed.

Nathan answers the questions you’re most likely to ask, walks through the tasks you’re sure to perform, and helps you avoid problems as you use XAML. You’ll learn how to create effective user interfaces for line-­of-­business apps, consumer apps, reusable controls, or anything else. These techniques will be invaluable whether you’re creating universal Windows apps or working with Silverlight or WPF.

XAML Unleashed is packed with C# and XAML code examples that are fully color-­coded to match their appearance in Visual Studio--­the same approach that has made Nathan’s previous Unleashed books so popular.

Detailed information on how to...
Understand and apply XAML’s syntax, namespaces, and keywordsOrganize controls and other elements in a smooth and intuitive user interfaceMake the most of XAML’s rich controls for content, items, images, text, and mediaBuild exceptionally powerful user and custom controlsMaster reliable and efficient ways to mix XAML with procedural codeExtend XAML with type converters, markup extensions, and other third-­party desktop classesUse data binding to link and synchronize controls with in-­memory representations of dataLeverage XAML’s support for binary and logical resourcesUse styles, templates, and visual states to radically redesign controls without sacrificing their built-­in functionalityAccess the Windows animation library to create stunning theme transitions and animationsBuild custom panels to enforce consistency in unusual user interfacesUnderstand subtle changes in XAML’s behavior across different Microsoft UI frameworks

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