Writing code may look easy to some and hard to others, but some programmers always tend to write messy, smelling, ugly-looking, inefficient code.
I'm working on a small project for a Swedish company. They need their application be available via web, so it's time to put that Silverlight knowledge at work. I decided to use Silverlight for UI technology and have a REST service layer to provide the required data.
It's been a few weeks since I've installed Windows 7 on my work development box. During the installation everything went fine and all the applications I had on my Windows Vista installed and worked fine under new windows 7, except for Skype for which I had to download and install their version 4.0 Beta.
In this part of the tutorial, we'll enhance our shell view to display other presenters and add Save and Print support for presenters supporting it. You can use generalize this example and learn how to implement generic features in your shell.