In this episode [http://jpapa.me/sltv83], Corrina continues the Design Tips miniseries by sharing her insights on how to use wireframes to improve the design and development process for Windows Phone applications. She walks through why wireframeing is an important part of the process of creating a W
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This week on Silverlight TV, Sundara Kumar and Mark Harper work on the new custom markup extensions (CME) feature in Silverlight 5 [http://jpapa.me/sltv82] . They explain how CME's allow you to extend XAML so that you can run any custom code. These guys (along with some other members of the team) li
Dave Crawford and Tom Eddings visit from the UK to contribute to the Design Tips miniseries [http://jpapa.me/sltv81]. Dave and Tom have tremendous amounts of experience helping to create great UX for Windows Phone 7 applications in the marketplace. [http://jpapa.me/sltv81] Topics they cover incl
Jesse Liberty explains how Reactive Extensions work with Silverlight and Windows Phone [http://jpapa.me/sltv80]. In order to simplify the code, Jesse suggests using Reactive Extensions whenever you are deep into using asynchronous programming. He covers exactly what Reactive Extensions are, why you'
Ever bang your head against a wall trying to figure out what's wrong with your data binding XAML? If so, then you will love the new data binding debugging features in Silverlight 5. In this episode of Silverlight TV, Jason Shaver joins John to discuss the data binding debugging features in Silverlig