Archive for the ‘Expression Studio’ Category

When working with WPF/Silverlight in Blend, it is quite irritating having to actually switch between Visual Studio and Blend throughout the course of the project by opening the project from its folder location again and again. I bet you might have wondered atleast once whether there was a way to open your project in Blend directly through Visual Studio!

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Today, Microsoft has finally shipped the final version of Expression Studio 3 and it can now be downloaded from Microsoft Download Center. Expression Studio 3 was announced alongside Silverlight 3 at a recently held launch event in San Francisco.

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Microsoft has finally rolled out the final bits Silverlight 3 along with full version of Expression Studio 3 for creating RIA (Rich Internet Applications). If you haven’t already discovered the new features in Silverlight 3, here is a list of all the new controls, features and functionality that is added within the Silverlight 3.

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Special promotion offer on Expression Studio is back! Just received an email from Renee Yong, the product manager for Microsoft Expression in the US, enlightening me about the special 50% discount on all SKUs of Microsoft Expression 2 products for a limited time only.

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In his keynote address at the MIX 09 conference at the The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Scott Guthrie, the Corporate Vice President of the .NET Developer Platform at Microsoft announced the beta availability of Silverlight 3 along with a Preview version of Expression Blend which enables us to develop Rich Internet Applications (RIA) using the newly released Silverlight 3 Beta 1.

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Just got an email from Renee Yong, the product manager for Microsoft Expression in the US; enlightening me about the special 50% discount on selected Microsoft Expression products just in time for the holiday season.

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After the announcement of Silverlight 2 release, Microsoft has now announced the release of Expression Blend 2 Service Pack 1 – a tool for harnessing the power of XAML, .NET framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 and Silverlight 2 to deliver compelling user experiences for connected desktops and the web.

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Microsoft today has released final bits of Silverlight 2 – one of the industry’s most comprehensive and powerful solutions for the creation and delivery of rich applications and media experiences through a Web browser.

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Microsoft in partnership with Total Training – the leading online and DVD-based training content provider for software programs have released a complete set of getting started training videos to guide the starters through the learning of the entire Expression Suite.

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After the release of Expression Blend SP1 RC Preview last week, the Expression team today has released Service Pack 1 for Expression Media 2. Currently the update is only available through Windows Update.

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Microsoft has today released Silverlight 2 RC0 to developers for testing purposes and to help them prepare their existing Silverlight 2 Beta 2 applications for the final bits which is expected to roll out at the end of this year.

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In Part 1, we learned how to use Resource Dictionary (WPF) in order to apply styles to UI element dynamically. Resource Dictionary uses XAML code which still is an unknown territory for most developers. So why not use only C# to create such animations? In this Part of the series we are going to learn how to create animations by using C# code.

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