This chapter covers a lot of material. You were introduced to the Silverlight runtime. You were also introduced to the XAML programming language, which is used to design user interfaces in Silverlight, both for the web and the phone. Next, the chapter provided a thorough introduction to various Silverlight controls you'll be using as you create Windows Phone 7 apps. You should have a good understanding of concepts such as control event handling, adding code to the code-behind file, and setting and retrieving values from the various Silverlight controls.
In the next chapter, you'll learn about some complex controls that are available for Windows Phone 7 development. You'll also explore some more advanced Silverlight programming concepts, such as element binding, data binding, transforms, themes, and more.
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