IN THIS CHAPTER
Throughout the previous chapters, properties such as
Stroke have been set to names of colors (
Orange, and so on). You probably guessed that they can also be set to colors with raw RGB values (such as
#F1C2D9). However, these properties can be set to much more than just colors. They can be set to any instance of a brush object, which is a surprisingly powerful feature. It’s so powerful that an entire chapter of this book is devoted almost exclusively to the topic of Silverlight brushes.
The fact that the
Stroke properties can (and must) ...