Working with XAML elements and Property attributes


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Working with XAML elements and Property attributes

I can state this with complete confidence; if you want to become a Silverlight developer, you need to learn how to read and comprehend XAML. There is no doubt in my mind that this is true. A natural place to start your journey to XAML mastery is by studying XML elements and attributes. Before discussing elements, however, let me briefly comment on the rules of XML. XAML docs are really XML docs; therefore, your XAML must follow the standard rules of XML. There is really only a handful to learn. A XAML doc or XML doc is limited to a single root element.

In Silverlight, that is almost always a user control. The other normal XML rules are as follows: when you have attribute values, you must delimit those with a pair of matching items, like a matching pair of double quotes or matching pair of single quotes. You have to use the proper tag closure. This means when you open a tag, you close it with a matching tag or use the special one-tag version of the element. A XAML element maps to a single .NET c...

Working with XAML elements and Property attributes
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Working with XAML elements and Property attributes provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Silverlight 5 Essential Training

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