Introducing "Longhorn" for Developers


Brent Rector
Wise Owl Consulting

October 2003

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: The "Longhorn" Application Model
Chapter 2: Building a "Longhorn" Application
Chapter 3: Controls and XAML
Chapter 4: Data Binding
Chapter 5: Communication
Chapter 6: Creating Mobility-Aware Longhorn Applications


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