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HTML5 – An Introduction - Code and Slides
Today I gave a talk about HTML5 at the UNIT4 DevDay. Thanks to UNIT4 for giving me this opportunity and thanks to everyone who attended my session! Although HTML5 far from completed, it is a lot of fun to work with. Not all tags used in HTML5 are supported by the browsers. You can try the demos on different browsers to see if they work. Download the code here. Download the slides here. For those at UNIT4 who missed this presentation, I will repeat it at UNIT4 Internet Solutions and at UNIT4 Oost ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 23, 2010 9:31 PM

You are reading an old version of my weblog. Please update your bookmarks to If you often use open source libraries you probably have a large library with various tools, like I do. NuGet is an extension for visual studio that enables you to install, uninstall and upgrade open source packages into your application very easily. Say for example you want to use MvvmLight or Ninject in your project, with NuGet it’s nothing more that tell it to add the package to your project. ......

Posted On Sunday, November 14, 2010 12:46 AM

Using Visual States in custom controls in Silverlight
You are reading an old version of my weblog. Please update your bookmarks to Intro Visual States are an easy way to change the looks of your controls based on certain states. This state can be something like a mouse hover, some invalid state or any state you need in a control. For this tutorial I chose a traffic light control that can be one of four states. Green, Orange, Red and Inconclusive (blinking orange). In the end I show you how to use behaviors on buttons to set ......

Posted On Sunday, November 14, 2010 12:44 AM

Custom Assets folder for Expression Blend
You are reading an old version of my weblog. Please update your bookmarks to In the projects I’m doing I often use controls from my own library or use control from third party vendors. I don’t like the process of doing this. Rather I would like to have the libraries available inside Expression Blend, like the controls that came with the Silverlight Toolkit or Blend itself. One way is to add the custom assemblies containing the controls to one the folders in your Program ......

Posted On Thursday, November 11, 2010 9:42 AM

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