Welcome, |
An error occurred processing your form. Please ensure all HTML characters, such as < and > are removed from the field values and try again.
Unknown error
Network read or connection timeout error
Information on this page is provided for reference only. All Microsoft e-Learning courses are unavailable for purchase. Get a variety of FREE Microsoft online training resources now.

Clinic 6263: Introducing Windows Presentation Foundation using .Net Framework 3.5 & Visual Studio 2008

Self-Paced
Course
Audience(s): Developer
Technology: Microsoft Visual Studio 2008
Language: English
Published: 07-Mar-2008
Completion Time: 2 Hours
Available Offline: Yes
Introduction
In this 2 hour online clinic you will learn about Windows Presentation Foundation, the new platform for building Smart Client applications that integrate UI, media and documents to deliver unparalleled user experiences. Within the clinic you will learn about WPF features including XAML, and how to create WPF applications, as well as get an overview of the WPF API.

This clinic will provide a start point for Smart Client developers and Software Architects that are looking to Windows Presentation Foundation for providing rich user interfaces within their solutions.
Objectives
At the end of the course, students will be able to:
  • Describe WPF Features including what is UX & how WPF provides Innovative User Interfaces
  • Describe how WPF Increases Developer-Designer Productivity
  • - Designers design
  • - Developers add business logic
  • - XAML is the glue that ties them
  • Describe WPF's flexible Application Deployment & Hosting model
  • - WPF Web Browser App deployed via the web
  • - WPF Rich client App deployed via MSI or Click Once
  • - WPF Custom controls
  • Describe WPF's rich document features
  • - Open Packaging Conventions
  • - Xml Paper Specification (XPS)
  • Describe the migration path to WPF
  • - Add on to .NET 2.0 CLR
  • - Hosting WPF components in existing apps
  • Describe the application object model
  • - Describe the Application Object
  • - Describe Navigation in WPF
  • - Journal
  • - Describe structured navigation in WPF
  • - Describe Window Management in WPF
  • Describe the programming object model with XAML
  • Describe WPF Base Elements including Freezable objects & Dependency Properties
  • Describe WPF standard and routed events
  • Describe WPF Application & System Resources
  • Describe the tools for working with WPF
  • - Using Visual Studio 2005 to build WPF Applications
  • - Using XAML pad to test XAML pages
  • - Microsoft Expression suite & the tools it provides to Developers & Designers
  • New features in .NET 3.5