Talk:Silverlight animation with Expression Blend (and no code)
Hamishwillee - Subedited for readability
Subedited for readability, and made the size of your step by step images much larger so they can be used. Please check I haven't removed any of your meaning/intention.
Note that I removed the section on getting started and replaced it with a line in the introduction (since I don't think this adds anything to what you're trying to show).
The demo is great. Could this be uploaded to youtube? If so, would be much better to upload and then display using the wiki player (and have this in the introduction). Can you do this?
Is there any useful online documentation on this topic you could link to in a SeeAlso?
I'm looking forward to actually trying this - ran a bit short of time. Upshot is that I might end up with more feedback when I have done so.
Thanks for this, you always come up with interesting topics to cover.
08:22, 21 September 2012 (EEST)
Hamishwillee - Simpler title
Also moved to simpler title. I think we can assume everyone will know this is "Microsoft" expression blend. Also removed colon, as this implies "namespace" in wiki titles. Removed "full stop" at end of title as some tools can't tell if this is in URL or not.Was tempted to remove (no code) from title too, but decided its one of your key points.
08:25, 21 September 2012 (EEST)
Izinin - to Hamish
Many thanks for your editor's work -- now the article is much better structured and concise.
I do not have more materials i would like to share on this topic. I just noticed that amasing work from someone done on WP7 http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=j9f6O-fWJbU-- I beleive the workflow listed in the article can help one to reach the same result but will require a lot of creativity though :).
Thanks again for your valuable comments
Hamishwillee - You're welcomeThanks for adding the video example (and the one for game in your comment, that does look cool). I will move this up the top because I think its useful to show people what they will achieve at the beginning of a document. Looks great.
08:46, 25 September 2012 (EEST)