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The TextBlock and TextBox objects are added to the StackPanel using the following lines of code, and the StackPanel is returned by the function:
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Using IronRuby, the namescope is not directly linked up. Therefore you cannot use dot syntax to access elements that have been named in the namescope. To solve this problem, the code in Listing 11.8 overrides the method_missing() method of the FrameworkElement class so that the method_missing() method implements a find_name() method to get the name as shown in the following code snippet:
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Without overridding the method_missing() method, you have to access items in the namescope using the following syntax:
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@xaml.find_name(titleBlock).Text = Welcome to Dynamic IronRuby
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Part III
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Programming Silverlight Applications
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You can use dot syntax to access the namescope names if you do override the method_ missing() method. The following code shows an example of using the UserControl object xaml to modify the Text attribute of a TextBlock that is defined in app.xaml:
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@xaml = Application.current.load_root_visual(UserControl.new, app.xaml ) @xaml.titleBlock.Text = Welcome to Dynamic IronRuby
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The code in Listing 11.8 implements a Click event handler to dynamically build a Web form by calling the addItem() function in the onClick() event handler function. Notice that in the onClick() event handler function, the Content property of the Button control that triggered the event will be modified using the following code:
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sender.content = Clicked
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The onClick() event handler is attached to the Button control myButton using the following line of code:
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The result is that the Silverlight application creates a Web page similar to the one in Figure 11.4. Clicking the Populate button dynamically generates a Silverlight Web form.
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FIGURE 11.4 An IronRuby Silverlight application that dynamically generates a Silverlight Web form
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The DLR functionality of Silverlight allows developers the ability to implement the code for Silverlight applications using managed JavaScript. In 9, we discuss using unmanaged JavaScript to build Silverlight applications. This section focuses on using managed JavaScript that is compiled and delivered in the Silverlight XAP file. The first step in creating a managed JavaScript Silverlight application is to create a folder for the application. Inside that folder you need to create a Web page similar to the one in Listing 11.1 to host the application.
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Creating XAML for the managed JavaScript Silverlight application
In your application folder, you need to create a subfolder named app. In the app subfolder, create the XAML file containing the visual layout for the managed JavaScript Silverlight application. We recommend using the UserControl as the root visual element for the XAML file. Listing 11.9 shows an example XAML file that can be used to implement a managed JavaScript Silverlight application. The code in Listing 11.9 implements a TextBlock control named titleBlock; three Button controls named zoomOut, zoomIn, and zoomInMore; as well as an Image control named myImage. The XAML code also defines a StoryBoard animation that scales the myImage control. Throughout this section we refer to these controls as we describe how to implement a managed JavaScript application to interact with them.
LISTING 11.9
Example app.xaml File for a Managed JavaScript Silverlight Application
<UserControl x:Class= System.Windows.Controls.UserControl xmlns= http://schemas.microsoft.com/client/2007 xmlns:x= http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml x:Name= Page > <UserControl.Resources> <Storyboard x:Name= zoomImage > <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetName= myImage Storyboard.TargetProperty= (UIElement.RenderTransform). (TransformGroup.Children)[0].(ScaleTransform.ScaleX) BeginTime= 00:00:00 >
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LISTING 11.9
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<SplineDoubleKeyFrame x:Name= xFactor KeyTime= 00:00:03 Value= 10 /> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> <DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames Storyboard.TargetName= myImage Storyboard.TargetProperty= (UIElement.RenderTransform). (TransformGroup.Children)[0].(ScaleTransform.ScaleY) BeginTime= 00:00:00 > <SplineDoubleKeyFrame x:Name= yFactor KeyTime= 00:00:03 Value= 10 /> </DoubleAnimationUsingKeyFrames> </Storyboard> </UserControl.Resources> <Grid x:Name= LayoutRoot Background= DarkGray > <TextBlock x:Name= titleBlock HorizontalAlignment= Center FontSize= 30 /> <Grid x:Name= imagePad Background= LightGray Height= 300 Width= 400 > <Image x:Name= myImage Source= image.jpg Height= 30 Width= 40 RenderTransformOrigin= 0.5,0.5 > <Image.RenderTransform> <TransformGroup> <ScaleTransform/> <SkewTransform/> <RotateTransform/> <TranslateTransform/> </TransformGroup> </Image.RenderTransform> </Image> </Grid> <Button x:Name= zoomOut Content= Zoom Out Height= 20 Width= 80 VerticalAlignment= Bottom HorizontalAlignment= Left Margin= 100,0,0,15 /> <Button x:Name= zoomIn Content= Zoom In Height= 20 Width= 80 VerticalAlignment= Bottom HorizontalAlignment= Left Margin= 200,0,0,15 /> <Button x:Name= zoomInMore Content= Zoom More Height= 20 Width= 80