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Due to the strong push for developers and designers to work in parallel, and given the fact that XAML files are included directly within Visual Studio 2010 projects, a valid concern would be how well Expression Blend and Visual Studio work together. If there were conflicts between the two IDEs, there could be conflicts between the developers and designers, resulting in resistance to working in parallel. The good news is that Expression Blend integrates with Visual Studio. Visual Studio 2010 projects can be opened directly in Expression Blend and vice versa. In addition, while Expression Blend creates Visual Studio 2010 projects by default, it is also capable of opening Visual Studio 2008 and 2005 projects.
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As is shown in Figure 11-1, Expression Blend allows you to work in design and source (XAML) mode simultaneously. For example, you can draw an object at the top in design mode, and the XAML in the source window will be updated automatically. In addition, you can just as easily edit the XAML, and the change will be reflected automatically in the design window.
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CHAPTER 11 INTRODUCTION TO EXPRESSION BLEND
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Figure 11-1. Expression Blend s split-view mode
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One of the cool features of Silverlight is the fact that all controls released with it support the new Parts and State model, which requires strict separation between a control s logic and appearance. Microsoft recommends that all custom controls also support this model. By separating the logic from the appearance of a control, a developer or designer can completely change the appearance of a control without affecting its behavior. This process is known as creating a template, or skinning, and is regulated by Visual State Manager (VSM). Expression Blend provides a very clean way to create and edit these parts and states, which makes skinning your applications a relatively simple task. You ll learn more about VSM and skinning in Pro Silverlight 4 in C# by Matthew MacDonald (Apress, 2010).
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In Silverlight, animations are based on keyframes within a storyboard. These keyframes are set on a timeline, and they define the start and end points of a smooth visual transition. Figure 11-2 shows the Expression Blend timeline, which is located in the Objects and Timeline panel.
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CHAPTER 11 INTRODUCTION TO EXPRESSION BLEND
Figure 11-2. The Expression Blend timeline The timeline provides you with structure for all of the animation sequences in your Silverlight application. Instead of the timeline being based on abstract frames, it is based on time, which makes it very straightforward and easy to understand. Also, as you develop your animations, you can quickly navigate to any given time on the timeline to check the appearance of your application at that point.
Try It Out: Working with Projects in Expression Blend
As you ve learned, one of the key features of Expression Blend is that it integrates directly with Visual Studio 2010 projects. This exercise demonstrates how you can use the two products side by side while creating and editing projects. 1. Open Expression Blend. By default, when you open Expression Blend, you will see the splash screen shown in Figure 11-3. If you do not want this screen to appear when you start Expression Blend, you can simply uncheck the Run at startup check box at the bottom left. For now, if this screen appears, click Close to continue with the example.
CHAPTER 11 INTRODUCTION TO EXPRESSION BLEND
Figure 11-3. Startup screen for Expression Blend 2. 3. You should now have an empty Expression Blend workspace. From the main menu, click File New Project. This will display the New Project dialog box. In the New Project dialog box, select Silverlight 3 Application + Website for the project type, and then enter BlendProjects for the project name, as shown in Figure 11-4. Click OK to create the new project.
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