FIGURE 4.6 The Brush tools in the Toolbox of Expression Blend in .NET

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FIGURE 4.6 The Brush tools in the Toolbox of Expression Blend
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Silverlight Design Fundamentals
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The Object tools are composed of the Path, Shape, Layout Panels, Text Controls, and Common Controls tools. These tools are used to add Silverlight controls to the Design view. To access the available tools, click the white arrow in the bottom right-hand corner of the control.
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The Path tool, shown in Figure 4.7, provides the Pen and Pencil tools that allow you to add paths to the Silverlight application. The Pen tool implements paths based on point to point. The parabolic arc of the line between the points can be modified by dragging the control handler of that point. The Pencil tool is completely free-form. As you drag the cursor on the Design view, a freeform line is created.
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FIGURE 4.7 The Path tool in the Toolbox of Expression Blend
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The Shape tool, shown in Figure 4.8, provides the Rectangle, Ellipse, and Line tools that allow you to add basic shapes to the Silverlight application. This tool creates a rectangle, ellipse, or line in the Design view by clicking and dragging the mouse from one point to another.
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FIGURE 4.8 The Shape tool in the Toolbox of Expression Blend
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The Layout Panels tool, shown in Figure 4.9, provides the Grid, Canvas, StackPanel, ScrollViewer, and Border tools that allow you to add Silverlight layout controls to the Design view. Using this tool, layout controls are added to the design area by clicking and dragging the mouse from one point to another.
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FIGURE 4.9 The Layout Panels tool in the Toolbox of Expression Blend
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The Text Controls tool, shown in Figure 4.10, provides the TextBox and TextBlock tools that allow you to add text elements to your Silverlight application. Using this tool, TextBox and TextBlock controls are added to the design area by clicking and dragging the mouse from one point to another.
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FIGURE 4.10 The Text Controls tool in the toolbox of Expression Blend
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The Common Controls tool, shown in Figure 4.11, provides the Button, CheckBox, ListBox, RadioButton, ScrollBar, Slider, and GridSplitter tools that allow you to add common Silverlight controls to the Design view. Using this tool, Silverlight controls are added to the design area by clicking and dragging the mouse from one point to another.
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FIGURE 4.11 The Common Controls tool in the Toolbox of Expression Blend
Part II
Silverlight Design Fundamentals
Asset tool
Asset tools provide access to most of the Silverlight controls as well as media controls and user controls. To select an asset tool, click on the double right arrow button to display the Asset Library window, as shown in Figure 4.12. From the Asset Library window, you can click the System Controls, Media, or Custom Controls tab, and then click on one of the controls displayed. The selected control is displayed in the asset tool, and you can then add it to the Design view.
NOTE
For Image and MediaElement controls to be visible in the Asset Library, you need to add them to the project. One method of doing this is by choosing Project Add Existing Item from the main menu and then navigating to the image or media file and clicking the Open button.
FIGURE 4.12 The Asset Library tool in the Toolbox of Expression Blend
Adding Silverlight controls
Silverlight controls can be added to the project in two ways. You can type the XAML code into the XAML view, or you can select the tool from the Toolbox and then use the mouse to add the control in the Design view. As you play around with Expression Blend, you will find that it is much easier to add elements using the Design view. For example, the Expression Blend project shown in Figure 4.13 shows a simple application that has a TextBlock, TextBox, and two Button controls added. Adding the controls was a simple process of selecting the tool on the left and then using the mouse to create the control in the Design view. The entire process only took a few seconds. As you can see, there is a large amount of XAML code generated in the XAML pane.
Using Expression Blend to Design Silverlight Applications
FIGURE 4.13 Adding Silverlight controls to the Design view of Expression Blend
Arranging Controls in the Design View
As you begin to add more and more controls to the Design view in Expression Blend, you will notice that managing the controls can get out of hand very quickly. You need to nest your controls in layout elements such as a Grid, Canvas, or StackPanel. You also need to be able to align the controls so that they line up properly. Expression Blend provides several tools that help you arrange controls so that they line up properly and are rendered in the correct location and order in the application. The following sections discuss some of the options for arranging Silverlight controls using the Design view.