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Our colleagues in Microsoft Switzerland have published a comprehensive hands-on-lab that explains in detail everything you need to get started with creating Silverlight 2 applications using Blend 2.5.
You can learn more and download the project files from here: Silverlight 2 Beta 1 Hands-on-Lab
They cover a lot of great topics including templating, isolated storage, and more. Beyond just talking about it, they provide actual projects for you to play with. They even have a Deep Zoom collections demo:
If you are looking to make the jump into Silverlight 2, then this lab is a good place to start!
Cheers! Kirupa :)
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Our colleagues in Microsoft Switzerland have published a comprehensive hands-on-lab that explains in
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Went through the lab, there appear to be a couple small glitches with the step by step instructions. For the most part everything works, I did have to tweek a couple things to get everything to work.
Bart - if want to send me a very brief e-mail (kirupac.at.microsoft.com) on what those small glitches were, I can forward it to their team to fix.
I tried installing expression studio 2 beta on windows vista 64 bit but it prompts that its not a valid win32 application. Any solution.
I tried downloading this lab and the c# source zip file was password protected thus it didn't work????
Matt - what zip program are you using to unzip? I tried using the default unzipper found in Windows, and I did not receive a prompt to enter a password.
Anand - I've asked a colleague who is more knowledgeable about this than I am, so hopefully you'll have a response soon :)