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.NET 3.5 eXtensible Application Markup Language (XAML)
A Standards-based Look at XAML’s Features
“A Standards-based Look at XAML’s Features,” by Nigel McFarlane. Discusses XAML vs. CSS2; XAML, XUL and XHTML overlap, XAML and XUL windowing features, XAML and SVG overlap, XAML’s unique tags and XAML integration advantages.
Inside XAML
“Inside XAML,” by Ian Griffiths (co-author of Mastering Visual Studio .NET). Discusses why a new markup language, using a FlowPanel, XAML and objects, properties, complex properties, adding code, and handling events.
XAML Definition
The definition for the eXtensible Application Markup Language (XAML) from Wikipedia. Discusses the characteristics of XAML and also contains links to additional resources, references and external lonks including code for XAML animation on MSDN (Microsoft Developers Network), an Microsoft XAML overview, XAML Controls and more.
XAML Overview
“XAML Overview,” from Microsoft. Topics include XAML is a declarative language with flow control support, XAML Object elements, setting properties, markup extensions, Typeconverter-enabled attribute values, collection types and XAML collection properties, XAML content properties, case and whitespaces in XAML, XAML syntax, XAML root elements and xmlns, events and XAML Code-Behind, the x:Name, attached properties, attached events, base classes and XAML, XAML security, and related topics.
The XAML Website
The XAML website is a source of XAML related information and resources. The site discusses what XAML is, things you should know about XAML, what the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is, and what an XAML browser application (XBAP) is. Additional links include a “Getting Started Guide” (for creating, editing and viewing XAML documents), resources, a dictionary, XAML blogs, and a calendar of upcoming events.
In and Out of Orcas
"In and Out of Orcas," by Kathleen Richards. Discusses the next generation of Visual Studio (also called Orcas), the ADO.NET Entity Framework, the feedback loop, LINQ, Visual Studio Professional and Visual Studio Team System (VSTS), WPF, WCF, Windows Workflow Foundation, Windows CardSpace, web services, multi-targeting (using one version of an IDE to target miltiple .NET platform releases), the Expression Blend, and what developers can expect in future releases.

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Update :: November 15, 2019