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A few weeks ago I wrote about an "app building" exercise we did on the Silverlight Toolkit team to help test our controls and identify potential issues with Silverlight 3 before it was released. My contribution to that effort was HeadTraxExtreme, an organizational hierarchy viewer loosely based on an internal tool. That blog post has been fairly popular, and I wanted to update the sample code for the recent release of Silverlight 3 so people can continue to learn from the sample and so I can walk through a fairly typical application upgrade scenario to show what's involved.
[Click here (or on the image above) to run HeadTraxExtreme in your browser.]
[If you want to look at the complete source code or build HeadTraxExtreme yourself, click here to download it.]
HeadTraxExtreme was a fun project and I'm glad people have found it useful! I hope this quick update keeps it relevant and exciting and helps to outline the typical upgrade process for an application that targets the Silverlight 3 Beta.