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How Do I: Visualize Application Feature Usage in Silverlight 4 using Visual Studio 2010?

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Learn how to expand the Runtime Intelligence Data Visualization capabilities (http://rivisualizer.codeplex.com) by creating a Silverlight 4 application to display application feature usage data. Building on the Runtime Intelligence Starter Kit query services, this video shows how to build an application to query the feature usage of applications instrumented with Runtime Intelligence features. It shows details of what parts of the application users are actually using in an easy to understand Silverlight dashboard.For more information on Dotfuscator Software Services in Visual Studio 2010 please see the article Using Visual Studio 2010 to Collect Usage, Performance and Stability Information to Improve Software ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/ff460257.aspx).Please note that you will need to install Silverlight 4 for Visual Studio 2010. You can download that here:http://www.silverlight.net/getstarted/riaservices/VB & C# Code can be downloaded from:http://rivisualizer.codeplex.com/

Presented by: Brandon Siege

 

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