Blend for Visual Studio 2012 by Example: Beginner's Guide
By Abhishek Shukla
Publisher: Packt Publishing
Final Release Date: July 2015
Pages: 226

Creating applications with compelling graphics has been one of the main goals of client applications, and with the arrival of WPF, Silverlight, and HTML5 it is much easier than ever before to create interactive and rich user interfaces.

Blend for Visual Studio 2012 by Example Beginner's Guide will give you a good grounding in creating Windows, Web, and Windows Phone applications. You will also look at the various layouts and controls available in Blend and how we can create animations and behaviors in Blend.

Towards the end, you will be aware of the various capabilities that are available in Blend out of the box.

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Amazing book for a Beginner

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  • Concise
  • Easy to understand
  • Helpful examples
  • Well-written

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    This book does a decent job of explaining the concepts of Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Blend. As a beginner in Blend I found this book really helpful in understanding the basics and getting my feet off the ground.

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