Required Slide SESSION CODE: ARC401 Client-Tier Architecture for Microsoft Silverlight Billy Hollis Chief Contrarian Officer and Executive Troublemaker Next Version Systems
Attention! • This presentation does not have traditional slides. These slides are to help you understand the session, but they will not be used during the session.
Caveats • This session is about options, not answers • Several different options for client tier architecture will be presented, with discussion of how to choose the right one for your circumstances • This session is not primarily about MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel) • Rocky Lhotka’s DEV322 session covered it in detail • MVVM will be covered as an option, with other options discussed for comparison and contrast
Topics • Why client tier architecture is more complex for Silverlight than ASP.NET • Navigation shells: responsibilities and designs • Deep linking • Data validation • Caching of unsaved data • Design of helper components for the client tier using attached properties • Options for the service layer
Questions Billy Hollis • www.dotnetmasters.com & www.slmasters.net • email@example.com • Classes in WPF or Silverlight, including fundamentals and design process • Consulting on architecture and user interface design for WPF and Silverlight systems
Required Slide Resources Learning • Sessions On-Demand & Community • Microsoft Certification & Training Resources www.microsoft.com/teched www.microsoft.com/learning • Resources for IT Professionals • Resources for Developers • http://microsoft.com/technet • http://microsoft.com/msdn
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