MCTS 70-502 Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 - Windows Presentation Foundation

   
 
 
 
 
 
 
   
 

MCTS 70-502 Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 - Windows Presentation Foundation

Candidates for the Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in .NET Framework 3.5, Windows Presentation Foundation Applications (MCTS: .NET Framework 3.5, Windows Presentation Foundation Applications) are professionals who use Visual Studio 2008 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5, or who anticipate working with these technologies in the near future.

Audience:
  Technology Specialists pursue careers as database administrators, database developers or business intelligence developers. Candidates have experience using the underlying technologies represented in the desired certification.

n Our easy-to-use delivery format allows you to concentrate on the lesson at hand and not how to run the delivery software - saving you time and frustration. Our comprehensive course materials are delivered in an easy-to- understand format - allowing you to get the most out of your time. n

Our courses incorporate audio, video, and text training and then the total experience is reinforced with exercises and practice tests to ensure that you have really grasped the material.

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(Learning Segments)

 
 
Creating a WPF Application
  • Select an application type
    May include: Choose between Windows application, Navigation application, and XAML Browser Application (XBAP) application; select the right type of application based on security restrictions
  • Configure Event Handling
    May include: tunneling vs. bubbling events; using the Event Manager class; handle application-level events
  • Configure commands
    May include: defining commands; associating commands to controls; creating custom commands; handling commands
  • Configure page-based navigation
    May include: defining and using PageFunction; using Navigation Service and hyperlinks; simple navigation vs. structured navigation; using the Journal; handling navigation events
  • Configure application settings
    May include: create application settings; create user settings; loading and saving settings
  • Manage application responsiveness
    May include: implement asynchronous programming patterns; marshalling between threads; freezing UI elements
Building User Interfaces
  • Select and configure content controls
    May include: applying attached properties of controls to a user interface element; selecting appropriate controls for specific uses
  • Select and configure item controls
    May include: using lists, toolbars, menus, tree views, virtualization of item controls, status bar
  • Select and configure layout panels
    May include: choosing the correct layout panel; configuring sizing; aligning content; using a grid splitter
  • Integrate Windows Forms controls into a WPF application
    May include: adding controls not available in WPF, such as the property grid and masked text box; interop dialog boxes
  • Create user and custom controls
    May include: render appearance based on currently selected system theme; incorporate accessibility features by using UI automation; choosing between custom controls, user controls, and templates; consuming user control or custom controls; creating and handling routed events
Adding and Managing Content
  • Create and display two dimensional and three dimensional graphics
    May include: using geometric transformation; brushes; drawing shapes; clipping; flipping; hit testing
  • Create and manipulate documents
    May include: XML Paper Specification (XPS) and flow documents; incorporating UI elements inside documents; choosing the right element for text presentation; scaling text; selecting controls for formatting text documents; printing
  • Add multimedia content
    May include: media player vs. media element; adding a sound player; handling media-specific events such as buffering
  • Manage binary resources
    May include: embedding resources in your application; linking to external resources; preloading resources; asynchronously using resources; sharing resources
  • Manage images
    May include: accessing image metadata; transforming graphics into images; stretching and sizing images
Binding to Data Sources
  • Configure binding options
    May include: setting the correct binding mode and update mode; using static resources; using dynamic resources
  • Bind to a data collection
    May include: filtering, sorting, and grouping data; using data templates; binding to hierarchical data; binding to objects
  • Bind to a property of another element
    May include: using template binding; binding to an ancestor property
  • Convert and validate data
    May include: localizing data; using custom converters and custom validators; using multivalue converters
  • Configure notification of changes in underlying data
    May include: implementing INotifyPropertyChanged; using ObservableCollection





 

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We offer exam simulators for all technical certifications. Our exam simulators are the closest replication to the real exam!

Our exam simulators creates a simulation of an actual certification exam. Under timed conditions, IntelliSage? sets up a test with 60 randomly chosen questions designed to help you get ready for the real exam. As with the Practice Exam, the Certification Simulator allows you to mark questions you cannot answer for review at the end of the test.
If you ask, IntelliSage? will show you the correct answer. IntelliSage? will also explain why it is the correct answer when you select the "Learn Now" feature. The Practice Exam is the first IntelliSage? step in getting you ready to pass your certification exams.

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Hands-on Lab Simulation is a crucial component of your IT training. Practice make perfect. Step-by-step hands-on labs with detail instructions are included to reinforce all key concepts. When you complete a topic, choose the Lab Simulation button to select the associated hands-on lab exercises. Labs allow you to reinforce concepts by performing the tasks you've just learned..

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MCTS 70-502 Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 - Windows Presentation Foundation

 
 
 
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