xaml.zoomOut.Click += unZoom xaml.zoomIn.Click += doZoom xaml.zoomInMore.Click += bigZoom in .NET

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xaml.zoomOut.Click += unZoom xaml.zoomIn.Click += doZoom xaml.zoomInMore.Click += bigZoom
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Three JavaScript event handler functions named unZoom(), doZoom(), and bigZoom() are implemented to handle Click events from the Button controls. Inside Listing 11.9, we added the xFactor and yFactor names to the SplineDoubleKeyFrame element of the ScaleTransform.ScaleX and ScaleTransform.ScaleY animation properties. Inside the event handler functions, the xFactor and yFactor names are accessed to set the Value used by the zoomImage Storyboard. This allows JavaScript to control the size that the Image control is changed to by the animation using the following code:
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xaml.xFactor.Value = 5 xaml.yFactor.Value = 5
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Notice that in the event handler functions, the Content property of the Button control that triggered the event is modified using the following code:
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The zoomImage animation is started in the event handler functions using the begin() function as shown in the following code:
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The result is that the Silverlight application creates a Web page similar to the one in Figure 11.5. When the Zoom Out, Zoom In, and Zoom In More buttons are clicked, the image size is changed using a StoryBoard animation.
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FIGURE 11.5 A managed JavaScript Silverlight application that dynamically zooms in and out on an image
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In this chapter, we discussed how to create Silverlight applications using the DLR languages IronPython, IronRuby, and managed JavaScript. Using the Chiron tool that ships with the Silverlight SDK, you can test and deploy Silverlight applications that are written in IronPython, IronRuby, or managed JavaScript. Silverlight s DLR support provides developers with access to XAML code allowing them to provide functionality to the Silverlight UI from DLR code. In this chapter, you learned: n What components are necessary for a DLR application n How to create a manifest file for a DLR application n How to use Chiron to test DLR applications n How to access XAML elements in DLR applications n How to implement event handling in DLR applications n How to dynamically create XAML in DLR applications n How to create IronPython, IronRuby, and managed JavaScript Silverlight applications
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Programming Custom Silverlight Controls and Libraries
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ilverlight is one of the most dynamic languages. It comes with a rich set of controls; however, it is very simple to extend the functionality of existing controls and even create new controls with new functionality. Creating custom controls in Silverlight is a great way to make your Silverlight applications more rich and unique. One of the most common problems that developers face is how to reuse their code. Typically, the best answer to that is to create some sort of library that can be consumed by multiple applications or at least multiple times in the same application. Silverlight has a couple of different solutions that allow developers to write reusable code. One solution is to add another Silverlight UserControl to a project and then provide the functionality there. A second and better solution is to create a Silverlight class library and implement the UI and functionality there. The following sections describe building and implementing custom Silverlight controls using each of these methods.
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When you build Silverlight applications, you will notice the need to repeat several of the same steps for several controls of the same type. For example, if you create custom buttons you need to either repeat all of the XAML required for the custom button in the XAML file or implement code in the code-behind page to repetitively build the functionality for each button.
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This can be time consuming. The best way to solve this problem is to create a custom Silverlight UserControl. You can build the UI and functionality once in the UserControl and then implement that functionality as many times as necessary in your Silverlight application.