Microsoft Expression Blend 3 introduces behaviors, which are reusable pieces of packaged code that can be dragged onto any object, and then fine-tuned by changing their properties. Behaviors allow you to add interactivity to your applications without having to write any code. The Behavior API consists of three core classes: Trigger, Action and Behavior. This SDK explores how to write each of these components, and contains a few code samples to help you get started. Programming reference topics are provided for both Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) and Microsoft Silverlight. For more how-to and overview information about behaviors in Expression Blend, see the Expression Blend User Guide, available when you install Expression Blend 3 + SketchFlow.
The Expression Blend 3 SDK also contains the following redistributable components:
Custom VSM for Fluid Layout
Font Embedding enhancements
The Expression Blend 3 SDK is required to view an Expression Blend 3 project that uses any of these components if Expression Blend 3 is not installed.
Install-Package Expression.Blend.Sdk3 -Version 1.0.1340.1
dotnet add package Expression.Blend.Sdk3 --version 1.0.1340.1
<PackageReference Include="Expression.Blend.Sdk3" Version="1.0.1340.1" />
paket add Expression.Blend.Sdk3 --version 1.0.1340.1
#r "nuget: Expression.Blend.Sdk3, 1.0.1340.1"
// Install Expression.Blend.Sdk3 as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=Expression.Blend.Sdk3&version=1.0.1340.1 // Install Expression.Blend.Sdk3 as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=Expression.Blend.Sdk3&version=1.0.1340.1
Removed useless Microsoft.Expression.Interactions.dll and resources.
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