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Check out this video demonstration of how to create keyframe animations for Microsoft Silverlight using Expression Blend 4. The animation is done entirely through the Expression Blend 4 designer including starting the animation with a mouse click on the animated control.
Check out this video demonstration of how to create a basic animation in Microsoft Silverlight using Expression Blend 4. The animation is done entirely through the Blend 4 designer including starting the animation with a mouse click on the animated control.
This is a video demonstation of how to create a custom control template for a Silverlight application using Expression Blend 4. Blend makes it very easy to take a shape or a path and turn it into a control such as a button. Adding some flair to the control is just as easy using the pre-built states that Blend generates as I demonstrate in the video.
In this video I demonstrate how to add a bit of animation to a Silverlight 4 application using the FluidMoveBehavior from Expression Blend 4. Behaviors are a way to wrap UI functionality into something that can be easily reused. In fact, in Expression Blend you can simply drag and drop the behavior from the “assets” panel onto the control you want the effect to apply to. No code is required once the behavior has been defined and Blend 4 has 13 different behaviors predefined that you can use. This video showcases one of those predefined behaviors, the FluidMoveBehavior.
This video demonstrates how to create a simple style resource for a Silverlight application. A style resource in Silverlight is a way to create reusable properties for various controls. In this video I create a style for a TextBlock control and show how easy it is to reuse the style on other TextBlock controls.