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Designing Your XAML UI with Blend Jump Start

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Whether you’re a developer familiar with XAML, a designer without coding experience, or a developer preparing for your first XAML-based project, this training can help you to get the most out of the latest tools. During this course, you will learn how to use Blend and Visual Studio 2013 to create a XAML-based UI by working your way through a collection of task areas that apply to Windows Store apps, Windows Phone apps, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), and Silverlight. Many of the demonstrations include Windows Store app-specific features and highlight new features in Visual Studio 2013, but the majority of the training can be applied by any XAML-based app developer. Learn to use the latest version of the tools from the people who know them best.

 Instructors | Jerry Nixon - Microsoft Developer Evangelist; Unni Ravindranathan – Microsoft Lead Program Manager

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