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Declarative Interactivity with Actions & Triggers in Silverlight

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This post is part of a series called Silverlight for Beginners.
Understanding Visual States in Silverlight

The Expression Blend design tool aims to keep designers productive by giving them access to pre-packaged components that enable common interactive tasks to be performed without writing additional code.

In this video we’ll look at how Blend offers Actions & Triggers in order that you can drag-and-drop to invoke functionality in response to some user interface event. We’ll look at some of what’s installed with Blend but also take a brief look at writing our own Action and Trigger in order to extend the environment and we’ll provide pointers to the Expression Blend Gallery online.


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Mike Taulty Microsoft (UK): http://mtaulty.com: mtaulty@microsoft.com: twitter.com/mtaulty

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