Moc 10262 Ms Visual Studio 2010 - Developing Windows Applications

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  • Villafranca di verona
  • 35 ore di lezione
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Obiettivo del corso: Comprendere come i requisiti di business diversi influenzano le decisioni di progettazione quando si pianifica un'applicazione Windows Client. Comprendere le nuove funzionalità di Visual Studio 2010 WPF Progettare e costruire un'interfaccia utente che fornisca l'esperienza prevista per l'utente finale e le funzionalità dell'interfaccia utente Creare un'interfaccia utente coerente e gestibile Comprendere le migliori prassi di testing e imparare a eseguire il debug delle applicazioni Utilizzare la gestione delle eccezioni avanzate negli scenari applicativi Windows Client.
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La comprensione delle tecniche di problem-solving che si applicano allo sviluppo di software Una conoscenza generale della funzione di scope, e le caratteristiche .NET Framework. Esperienza nell'utilizzo di Visual Studio 2008 Esperienza nella progettazione e sviluppo object oriented Esperienza nella progettazione e sviluppo di applicazioni a più livelli

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Developing Windows Applications
Visual Studio 2010

Professori

Francesco Pandiscia
Francesco Pandiscia
MCT - MCITpro Enterprise Server Administrator

Programma

Module 1: Windows Client Application DesignWindows Client TechnologiesArchitectural PatternsInteroperability between Windows Forms and WPFLab : Planning Windows Client ApplicationsIdentify Windows Client TechnologiesChoosing Design PatternsLab Application Guided Walk-ThroughModule 2: Introduction to Visual Studio 2010 and WPF Version 4What’s New in Visual Studio 2010?What’s New in WPF Version 4Lab : Guided Tour of Visual Studio 2010 and XAMLGuided tour of Visual Studio 2010Guided tour of XAML EditorModule 3: Designing and Developing a User InterfaceDefining Page LayoutUsing Content ControlsUsing Item ControlsSharing Logical Resources in a WindowLab : Building a User InterfaceChoosing User Interface ControlsLaying out the User InterfaceCreating and Using Resource DictionariesModule 4: Taking Control of the User InterfaceSharing Logical Resources in an ApplicationCreating Consistent User Interfaces by Using StylesChanging the Appearance of Controls by Using TemplatesHandling Events and CommandsLab : Dynamically Controlling the User InterfaceCreating StylesUsing Application CommandsAdding Routed EventsCreating a Custom CommandMigrating a Custom CommandModule 5: Testing, Unit Testing, and DebuggingWPF Testing StrategiesDebugging XAMLProviding User Feedback for Unhandled ExceptionsUnderstanding Security FeaturesLab : Testing and Debugging WPF ApplicationsUnit Testing StrategyUnit Testing WPF ApplicationsDebugging Applications in Visual Studio 2010Advanced Exception HandlingModule 6: Simple Data Binding and ValidationOverview of Data BindingCreating a Data BindingImplementing Property Change NotificationConverting DataValidating DataPresenting Data at Design TimeLab : Data BindingBinding ControlsImplementing Value ConvertersValidating DataImplementing Property Change NotificationsModule 7: Data Binding to CollectionsBinding to Collections of ObjectsUsing Collection ViewsCreating Master-Detail User InterfacesUsing Data TemplatesPresenting Design Time Data CollectionsLab : Data Binding to CollectionsBinding to Collections of DataUsing Collection ViewsCreating Master-Detail User InterfacesUsing Data TemplatesModule 8: Enhancing UI ResponsivenessImplementing Asynchronous ProcessesImplementing Responsive User InterfacesLab : Enhancing Application PerformanceAsynchronous Programming StrategyAsynchronous ProgrammingParallelizing TasksModule 9: Integrating Localization and User Assistance FeaturesLocalization and GlobalizationImplementing User Assistance FeaturesProviding User Accessibility FeaturesLab : Localizing a WPF ApplicationPreparing for Localization for the LocBAML Approach Localizing Resources by Using LocBAMLPreparing for Localization by Using Strongly Typed ResourcesLocalizing Resources by Using Strongly Typed ResourcesChoosing a Localization ApproachModule 10: WPF 2D Graphics, Multimedia, and PrintingDisplaying 2D GraphicsDisplaying ImagesAdding Multimedia to WPF ApplicationsCreating and Printing DocumentsLab : Drawing 2-D GraphicsIdentify the Appropriate Windows Client TechnologyCreating the Data Access Layer and User InterfaceDrawing Shapes, Painting with Brushes and Appling EffectsAdding ImagesModule 11: Control CustomizationOverview of Control AuthoringCreating User ControlsCreating Custom ControlsManaging Control Appearance by Using Visual StatesIntegrating WPF and Windows FormsLab : Building a User ControlIdentify the Approach Control TypeCreating a User Control in WPFAdding a WPF Control to a Windows Forms ApplicationModule 12: Attached Properties and Behaviors in WPFImplementing Attached PropertiesImplementing Drag-and-Drop User InterfacesImplementing Expression Blend Behaviors, Triggers and ActionsLab : Implementing Drag-and-Drop OperationsImplementing Drag-and-Drop OperationsImplementing Expression Blend BehaviorsModule 13: Animations in WPFUsing AnimationsUsing TriggersImplementing Data VisualizationsLab : Creating AnimationsCreating Animations DeclarativelyCreating Animations DynamicallyCreating Routed EventsHandling Routed EventsModule 14: Application State, Settings, and LifecycleCreating Application SettingsConsuming Application SettingsCreating Custom Configuration SectionsLab : Creating a Settings DialogCreating Application and User Setting by Using Visual StudioCreating a Dialog WindowReading and Writing SettingsConsuming Settings PropertiesModule 15: Configure and Deploy Windows Client ApplicationsDeployment OptionsDeploying a Standalone WPF ApplicationDeploying an XBAP ApplicationConfiguring Security SettingsLab : Deploying ApplicationsDeveloping a Standalone InstallerConfiguring a ClickOnce DeploymentUpdating a ClickOnce Deployment


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