I came across a situation recently in which I was working with Silverlight and the navigation property of a HyperLink Button required a URI instead of a URL.
Sometimes you need to affect or change a property of one control based on the input of another control at runtime. A very simple example would be something like changing the Content property of a button by typing text into a Textbox. This is achieved by using a markup extension to bind the two controls […]
The good news is that, if you understand how margins work in CSS, you’re a lot closer to understanding how they work in XAML than the rest of the designers/developers. First, we’ll look at how it’s used, and then we’ll look at the differences between XAML margins and CSS (which is not that much, really). […]
Are you new to XAML and Silverlight or WPF, but you’ve used either ASP.Net or Winforms before? Are you freaked out that controls you put in the window get bigger when you resize the window?
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