Mastering Silverlight Screen Design

Chapter 3 introduced you to the basics of screen design. It showed you how to create screens, display data, and set up screen navigation. This chapter builds on what you’ve learned, and it shows you how to enrich your application by adding features you’ll commonly find in business applications.

In this chapter, you’ll learn how to

  • Use local properties and set the value of data items in code
  • Set query parameters and pass arguments into screens
  • Make your UI react to data changes by handling the PropertyChanged event

This chapter shows you how to extend the HelpDesk application by adding rich screen ...

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