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PivotViewer Basics : Client-side Collections

November 21, 2011
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With the release of Silverlight 5 just around the corner, I thought I would start a series on the new PivotViewer and how to get up and running with it.  We will start the series off by exploring how to create a client side collection. One of the most anticipated features of the new PivotViewer […]

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PivotViewer Basics : Semantic Zoom

November 29, 2011
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Continuing with the series on PivotViewer, the next new feature to look at is the concept of semantic zoom.  “So what is semantic zoom” you ask?  Semantic zoom is showing different visual information at different zoom levels.  In the case of PivotViewer, the trading card image will change based on how large the trading card […]

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PivotViewer Basics : Dynamic Collections

December 5, 2011
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One of the features that prevented many projects from using the original PivotViewer was the static nature of the collection.  Once a collection was loaded it was not possible to modify any of the trading cards within that collection.  This limited the potential workflows that PivotViewer could be used to implement.  The Silverlight 5 PivotViewer […]

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PivotViewer Basics : Basic Item Adorners

January 24, 2012
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After a break to review some of my favorite Silverlight 5 features in the 12 Days of Silverlight series, it’s time to get back to some PivotViewer action.  This is the 4th post in the PivotViewer Basics series focused on some of the basics of the Silverlight 5 PivotViewer.  In this post we will look […]

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PivotViewer Basics: Custom Item Adorners

February 3, 2012
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Well we are coming to the end of the PivotViewer Basics series.  To round it out, I thought I would continue on with the last post which discussed Basic Item Adorners.  In that post we looked at implementing the custom actions that you found in the first PivotViewer.  This post will look at taking it […]

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