Deploying Applications weighs 13% of the exam and covers concepts like, Configuring the Silverlight plug-in, enabling GPU acceleration, setting the frame rate, Dynamically loading application resources and Creating a client access policy.
|Enhancing the User Interface|
Enhancing the User Interface weighs 14% of the Exam 70-506. It covers the following concepts in detail, Creating or modifying control styles, Creating control templates, Creating or modifying data templates, Manipulating visuals, Animating visuals, Implementing behaviors and Managing the visual state.
|Implementing Application Logic|
Implementing Application Logic weighs 16% in total of Silvcerlight 4, Development exam.It includes topics like, Handling events, Consuming services asynchronously, Working with background threads, Working with dependency properties, Interacting with attached properties, and Implementing ICommand.
|Interacting with a Host Platform|
Interacting with a Host Platform weighs 11% of the exam and covers some concepts like, Implementing the printing API, Creating out-of-browser applications, working with COM Interop, Accessing isolated storage, Interacting with the HTML DOM, Accessing the clipboard, and Reading from and writing to the host file system.
|Laying Out a User Interface|
Laying Out a User Interface weighs 15% of the Exam 70-506 TS. This category covers topics like,
Arranging content with different panels, Implementing and configuring core controls, Creating user controls, Implementing a navigation framework, Displaying collections of items, and Playing media files.
Structuring Applications weighs 13% of the Exam 70-506 and covers topics like, Creating and consuming resource dictionaries, Implementing localization and globalization, and Handling application-level events.
|Working with Data|
Working with Data weighs 17% of the exam. It covers concepts like, Formating data,
Implementing data binding, setting binding modes, setting a fallback value, Creating and consuming value converters, and Implementing data validation.