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Tutorials




 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to use Visual Studio to create your first Windows Phone Application. You will learn the basics of using WPF XAML to compose the layout of your screens. You will open your project in Blend, which is a more powerful UI Designer tool. You will navigate through the different panels that help you configure your application project.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to create a Windows Phone application that is going to contain a pivot control. You are going to learn the difference between Panorama e Pivot controls.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to maintain the state of your application when it goes to the Dormant and Tombstoned states and when it is closed.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to use the IValueConverter interface to create a custom converter. A converter helps you to convert a complex type to a simplified type and vice-versa.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to create an Entity Framework data model from an existing database. You are going to use the “EF Designer from database” option from the Entity Data Model wizard.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to create an Entity Framework data model from scratch. You will not create the data model based on an existing database. At the end, you will generate the SQL Server database from the model that you designed.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to generate the entire Code First implementation based on an existing database. You can generate the DbContext and entity classes, from an existing database, by using the “Reverse Engineer Code First” feature of the EF Power Tools.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to use the ASP.NET Web API template to create a Web API project.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to install the necessary libraries and assemblies to use the ASP.NET Web API technology in an existing project.

 


In this tutorial, you are going to learn how to use a custom type to wrap the properties that you want to pass back and forth between the client and the Web API service. You will also use a custom formatter to determine how the serialization of the objects should happen.