I’ve gleaned most of what I have learned about this topic from Unni , Karl , and Jack . I recommend checking out their posts for additional information. d:DataContext The d:DataContext attribute allows you to establish a data context that is only for design time. You can use it the same way (more or...
In case you are not familiar with MIX , it is a conference from Microsoft focusing on the collaboration of design and development. Admittedly, the sessions tend to favor the developer, but there is always excellent design and UX content. There was an open call for presentations this year and the community...
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Justin Angel (who is undoubtedly a Silverlight Rock Star) decided to stir things up a bit on Twitter the other night. I was compelled to echo Ward Bell’s response that value converters can play legitimate role in the UI. Justin asked me to defend my position; a reasonable request. Now, I know...