Silverlight Tab Stops – IsTabStop

Just found a tricky little quirk with TabStop that caused a fair bit of confusion. It turns out that the default implementation of ContentControl overrides Control, so implements the IsTabStop property, and defaults that value to true. ContentControl is implemented by the delightful BusyIndicator, so if you have used a BusyIndicator within the scope of... Continue Reading →

New Silverlight Juicyness

Only 3 months after the release of SL3 comes the beta for SL4.  And to be honest it just gets better and better. Following on from David Poll’s excellent PDC session (Building Line Of Business Applications with Silverlight 4) the following bits really got my juices flowing!; “Learn about enhancements to data binding and data... Continue Reading →

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