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  • 1 comments  /  posted by  Levente Mihály  on  May 26, 2011 (7 months ago)
    The Silverlight PivotViewer control is an easy way to have a fast and spectacular gallery for your website/webapp. In this article I'll show how to generate collections for the PivotViewer using Linq-to-Xml and the command line tool. PivotViewer Introduction The control enables filtering, sorting with fluid animations, and uses Deep Zoom technology to make the loading fast. To get an idea about it ...
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  • PivotViewer Basics: Dynamic Collections

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Dec 06, 2011 (1 month ago)
    Read original post by Tony Champion at .NET Rocker One of the features that prevented many projects from using the original PivotViewer was the static nature of the collection. Once a collection was loaded it was not possible to modify any of the trading cards within that collection. This limited the potential workflows that PivotViewer could be used to implement. The Silverlight 5 PivotViewer cha ...
  • PV Basics : Client-side Collections

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Nov 22, 2011 (1 month ago)
    Read original post by Tony Champion at .NET Rocker With the release of Silverlight 5 just around the corner, I thought I would start a series on the new PivotViewer and how to get up and running with it. We will start the series off by exploring how to create a client side collection. One of the most anticipated features of the new PivotViewer is the ability to create client-side collections. Pivo ...
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