INFO: Mix 2011 - Silverlight 5 Beta in einer Woche RRS feed

  • Allgemeine Diskussion

  • a) Mix 2011  ab dem 11. April

    b) Die erste Beta von Silverlight 5 kommt nächste Woche


    für mich zum Beispiel interessant auf der MIX:

    Silverlight Boot Camp

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    o     John Papa and Mike Taulty

    Breakers H on Mon, Apr 11 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

    In this half-day workshop of demos with a few slides tagged on ;-) we’ll take a tour around the landscape of Silverlight applications. We’ll dig into the core platform capabilities, the tooling and we’ll dive into some of the patterns and frameworks that you’ll work with in getting data in and out of your Silverlight applications and onto the screen. We’ll demonstrate how to solve real problems using the core Silverlight features as well as the latest features in Silverlight 5, to get you ready for the upcoming week at MIX11! What we expect of you is that you have a basic awareness around .NET and Silverlight. What you can expect from us is a half-day bringing you up to speed on the essentials of building applications with Silverlight.

    Code: CMP03, Tags: Silverlight, Boot Camp, MVVM

    Deep Dive MVVM

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    o     Laurent Bugnion

    Lagoon F on Tue, Apr 12 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

    In 2010, the MIX session "Understanding the MVVM pattern" helped you to understand the basics of this very important pattern used in Silverlight, WPF and Windows Phone 7 applications. Building on this foundation, this year’s session will show you with a lot of code samples how to build complex interactive applications using proven best practices and powerful tools. Laurent Bugnion, a user and promoter of MVVM since the early days, author of “Silverlight 4 Unleashed” and of the acclaimed MVVM Light Toolkit, will help you to deep dive in MVVM and explore topics such as navigation, showing dialogs, collecting user feedback, handling multiple views and viewmodels, and more.

    Effective Validation Techniques with MVVM in Silverlight

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    o     Zoltan Arvai

    Lagoon H on Wed, Apr 13 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    All input is evil! Protect your application and provide great user experience in your Silverlight application. Learn about the synchronous and asynchronous validation techniques Silverlight 4.0 offers and see how to implement these techniques in the most effective way with MVVM. Customize your validation feedback with Expression Blend for the maximum experience.

    Tips for Improving Performance in Applications Built with Silverlight

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    o     Mike Cook

    Ballroom D on Wed, Apr 13 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

    In its fifth version, Silverlight enables developers and designers to work together to build more impressive and complex applications than ever before, but with great power comes great responsibility. Come learn the tricks to keeping your Silverlight applications smooth and responsive and the tools to light your way should you find yourself in trouble.

    Code: MED07, Tags: Silverlight, Performance


    OData in Action: Connecting Any Data Source to Any Device

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    o     Mike Flasko

    Breakers H on Thu, Apr 14 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM

    We are collecting more diverse data than ever before and at the same time undergoing a proliferation of connected devices ranging from phone to the desktop, each with its own requirements. This can pose a significant barrier to developers looking to create great end-to-end user experiences across devices. The OData protocol (http://odata.org) was created to provide a common way to expose and interact with data on any platform (DB, No SQL stores, web services, etc). In this code heavy session we’ll show you how Netflix, EBay and others have used OData and Azure to quickly build secure, internet-scale services that power immersive client experiences from rich cross platform mobile applications to insightful BI reports.

    Code: FRM10, Tags: OData, WCF

    OData Roadmap: Services Powering Next Generation Experiences

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    o     Pablo Castro

    Breakers H on Thu, Apr 14 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM

    At home and work, the way we experience the web (share, search and interact with data) is undergoing an industry-changing paradigm shift from “the web of documents” to the “web of data” which enables new data-driven experiences to be easily created for any platform or device. Come to this session to see how OData is helping to enable this shift through a hands-on look at the near term roadmap for the Open Data Protocol and see how it will enable a new set of user experiences. From support for offline applications, to hypermedia-driven UI and much more, join us in this session to see how OData is evolving based on your feedback to enable creating immersive user experiences for any device.

    Code: FRM11, Tags: OData

    HTML5 for Silverlight Developers

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    o     Giorgio Sardo

    Ballroom D on Tue, Apr 12 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM

    Let’s say you are in love with Silverlight, .NET and the power of Visual Studio. Then one day you hear the world talking about HTML5 all at once. Why? What’s that thing? In this session you will understand what HTML5, CSS3 and ECMAScript 5 are through the lens of a XAML and C# developer. You will learn to use the best of both worlds to build your next beautiful applications. Expect a lot of technical demo and samples!

    Code: HTM14, Tags: Silverlight, HTML5


    OData Roadmap: Exposing Any Data Source as an OData service

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    o     Jonathan Carter

    Breakers H on Thu, Apr 14 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

    Many of the popular OData services, including Netflix, Twitpic and Facebook Insights were built by reusing their existing web API with an OData service. Implementing this type of OData service is not simple but it’s also not as hard as you might think. In this session, you’ll learn how to build similar services that wrap different types of data sources using the WCF Data Services Toolkit. We’ll take a look at the implementations for several of the popular services as examples of how to use the toolkit to create new OData services.

    Code: FRM16, Tags: OData, Interop


    Mittwoch, 6. April 2011 17:52

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