Touch events in Silverlight for Windows 7 mobile application Part #2

Objective This article will explain how to work with Touch events in Silverlight for Windows 7 mobile application. This is part 2 of the touch events. Read my first article on touch events before going through this article. Background We saw in last article on touch events that, even if after touching (clicking) somewhere else … Continue reading Touch events in Silverlight for Windows 7 mobile application Part #2

Touch events in Silverlight for Windows 7 mobile application

Objective This article will explain how to work with Touch events in Silverlight for Windows 7 mobile application. Background On real device touch screen get sensed by users figure. But on the Emulator Mouse movement works as input for touch events. Touch events detect movement of finger on the screen. There are four touch events … Continue reading Touch events in Silverlight for Windows 7 mobile application

Creating first Windows 7 mobile application in Silverlight

  Objective This is a pictorial tutorial on how to create first Silverlight mobile application for Windows 7. This is very simple article giving you introduction how to setup the environment and run and debug the application. Since everyone is talking about Windows 7 Mobile development. Let us learn together J Step 1 Download windows … Continue reading Creating first Windows 7 mobile application in Silverlight

Creating IPL Photo gallery using AccordionControl in Silverlight 3.0: Part #1

Objective This article will explain Basic use of Accordion control in Silverlight 3.0 Binding Accordion items with properties of entity class. Creating an Imagesource from Image URL provided. Background This article is first part of 3 or 4 parts IPL Photo Gallery series. In this article, I am reading image, team name and caption name … Continue reading Creating IPL Photo gallery using AccordionControl in Silverlight 3.0: Part #1

LINQ to Object Part #4: Querying Non- IEnumerable collections

Objective In this article, I am going to show, how we could apply LINQ to query non-IEnumerable<T> Collections. I have created a class for my explanation purpose. Student class is having details of students.  Student.cs     1 using System;     2 using System.Collections.Generic;     3 using System.Linq;     4 using System.Text;     5      6 namespace LINQtoOBJECT1     7 {     8      public  class Student     9     {    10     11     … Continue reading LINQ to Object Part #4: Querying Non- IEnumerable collections