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Now you re ready to try out your new control. 1. 2. Compile your control. If everything compiles correctly, you need create an instance of your control in your Ch12_CoolDownButton project. To do this, right-click the Ch12_CoolDownButton project in Solution Explorer and select Add Reference. In the Add Reference dialog box, select the Projects tab and choose CoolDownButton, as shown in Figure 12-6. Then click OK.
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Figure 12-6. Adding a reference to your control
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CHAPTER 12 CUSTOM CONTROLS
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Navigate to your MainPage.xaml file within the Ch12_CoolDownButton project. First add a new xmlns to the UserControl definition, and then add an instance of your control, as follows:
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<UserControl x:Class="Ch11_CoolDownButton.MainPage" xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml/presentation" xmlns:x="http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml" xmlns:begSL2="clr-namespace:CoolDownButton;assembly=CoolDownButton" Width="400" Height="300"> <Grid x:Name="LayoutRoot" Background="White"> <begSL2:CoolDownButtonControl CoolDownSeconds="3" Width="150" Height="60" /> </Grid> </UserControl> 4. 5. Run the project. You should see your button. Test the states of your button. When you move the mouse over the button, the border thickness will increase. Click the mouse on the button, and the border will decrease. When you release the mouse button on the button, the border will go back to normal, and the overlay will appear. You can continue to move the mouse over the button, and you will notice that it will not respond to your events until 3 seconds have passed. Figure 12-7 shows the various control states.
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Figure 12-7. Button states Clearly, this cooldown button has a lot of room for improvement. However, the goal was to show you the basic steps involved in creating a custom control. As you most certainly could tell, the process is pretty involved, but the rewards of following the best practices are worth it. When the control is built properly like this, you can apply custom templates to it to dramatically change its appearance, without needing to rewrite any of the code logic.
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Without a doubt, this was the most complex content so far covered in this book. The goal was to give you a basic understanding of what is involved in creating custom controls the right way in Silverlight. In this chapter, you looked at when you might want to create a custom control. Then you learned about some of the key concepts within the Silverlight control model, including the Parts and States model and dependency properties. Finally, you built your own custom control.
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Deployment
Up to now in this book, I have discussed only the process of developing Silverlight applications. In this chapter, I turn your focus to post development and discuss the topic of deploying your Silverlight applications.
Deploying Silverlight Applications
Once you have finished developing your Silverlight application, you must then face the question of deployment. Luckily, Silverlight deployment is a trivial task that really only involves one concept, XAP files.
XAP Files
When you compile a Silverlight application, the application is packaged into a single file with the extension .XAP. This file is the only thing that needs to be sent to the client in order to run your application. The XAP file itself is really nothing special and is nothing more than a zip file with a special file extension. To prove this, you can simply change the file extension of a XAP file to give it a .ZIP extension. Once the file has been renamed, you can then view the contents of compressed archive in the file explorer in Windows or in a zip archive tool such as WinZip. The reason Silverlight uses XAP files to package applications is really for two benefits. First, by placing your files in a ZIP archive file, your files are compressed when they are deployed and sent to the client, which in turn reduces download times and improves the end user experience. Secondly, by placing your entire Silverlight application in one file, it makes the process of deploying your application extremely simple.
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