You do Flash and now you want to add Silverlight to your skillset?
You've come to the right place.
In the past few tutorials we’ve looked at positioning in Silverlight, but now we’re going to focus on modifying an object’s visual appearance – specifically, color, scale and rotation.
Here’s an example of modifying color, scale and rotation dynamically in Flash:
To create this example in Flash, you could use the steps below:
Let’s take a look at how you would create this example in Silverlight using a Transforms and Brushes.
The setup is similar to past tutorials in this series. You should be rather good at this part by now. If you have questions on how to accomplish one of the tasks below, please refer back to The Beginning tutorial in this series.