Continuing on with the Hacking PivotViewer series, in this post we will look at accessing and modifying the current pan position.  As I mentioned in the first post, Hacking PivotViewer : Zoom, there is always more than one way to attack some of these problems.  In doing the research for […]
If you have been following my blog, you know that there are quite a few posts here on PivotViewer.  If you haven’t seem them, you can find them all here: PivotViewer posts.  The Silverlight 5 PivotViewer provides a laundry list of new features and enhancements, but there is still several […]
Defining properties in the new PivotViewer is rather straight forward, but I was recently asked about defining a multi-valued property.  In the original PivotViewer, the CXML item would simply contain multiple entries for a given property and the PivotViewer would do the rest.  Fortunately, PivotViewer still handles most of the […]
I was recently working with another developer on a ComboBox, where he needed to be able to disable certain items in the ComboBox (aka make them non-selectable).  Having been a while since I looked at it, all I could remember was it was not as easy as it should be.  […]
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 […]
This has been the longest series that I have done and I’ve really had a lot of fun doing it.  If you have missed any of them, you can catch the whole series here: 12 Days of Silverlight.  It’s really nice to see the level of interest in Silverlight 5.  […]
Rounding up the series, we are going to look at a couple of my favorite features in Silverlight 5.  This one has been a hobby of mine sine my college days (which are a lot further away than I care to admit).  Let’s face it, it’s just cool.  That, and […]
Time flies.  I took a week off for Christmas and the next thing I know it’s been a few weeks.  The good news is I’ve gotten a new project off of the ground and can’t wait to start talking about it. So where were we?  That’s right, the 10th day.  […]
Only a couple of days left before Christmas and I’m busy wrapping up a few more posts to put them under the tree.  This one is another favorite of mine. On the ninth day of Silverlight, the team delivered to me… implicit data templates.
On the home stretch.  I’ve had some great feedback from everyone and I do appreciate it.  Going to be close to bring the series to an end before the 25th, but it will get there.  So… On the eighth day of Silverlight, the team delivered to me… vector printing.

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