Before I started writing this column, I began writing ideas for future posts and the list seems to grow faster than the daily frequency my posts have. So this is a list of posts in the queue, you can vote for them either by e-mail of leaving a comment.
Because of time constraints I have not been able to post some of the interesting topics.
- Debugging Tips
- Cross Domain Calls
- Problems Debugging
- Recommendation of cool tools (for Dependency Injection, AOP, extensions, etc)
- Model-View-ViewModel Pattern
- Handling Image Paths
- Using ASP.NET Providers (Membership, Roles, Profile)
- Styles and Templates
- Create a Clean Style for ListBox or ItemsControl
- Change ListItemStyle
- Blend and Styles
- Blend and Templates
- Visual State Manager
- Visual State Manager and Blend
- Blogs I read and cool links
- Patterns for code reuse between Silverlight and .NET or .NET Compact Framework
- Patterns for XAML code reuse between Silverlight and WPF
- Silverlight Unit Testing
- Test Code reuse
- Refactoring your ASP.NET code to Silverligtht
- Changing patterns from ASP.NET to Silverlight
- Dummy Data and Better Design Experience (See controls with data in Blend)
- Services and Security
- Caching and ClientSide Persistence
- Silverlight Disconnected Client - Designing for Occasionally Disconnected Systems
Vote for your favorite topics, but remember, they might take a while to appear, If you want to learn a topic for today's project, probably this is not the place and you would be better off in the SL Forum, another blog or reading a book that gets you from a to z, but this can be an useful resource to learn SL a step a day or find some hidden tricks.
The idea of this column is it to be something simple and a quick daily read. Something won't take you more than 5 minutes (and that probably won't take me that much time to write either). When needed I will point you to other places to get deeper info, so open your favorite RSS reader and subscribe now and remember to vote through e-mail or leave a message for the topics you would like to read soon here.