Liquid Boy blog has a great set of posts on building a Silverlight v1.1 application that looks like the iTunes player. Most excellent.


Bob's Blog has a post called Adopting Silverlight - An Architects Point of View which covers how to, using the bits we have released today, set up serving a Silverlight application. His abstract:

A very common deployment scenario for Silverlight 1.1 Applications is to be hosted from Windows Server 2003/IIS6 environments. This implies that the development environment for Silverlight will be based in .Net Framework 3.5 while the deployment environment will be based in .Net Framework 2.0. Combine the platform mismatch between development and production environments with the fact that we are working with as yet unsupported products and technology and we have a recipe for a failed project. We would be introducing risk into our project. That risk that must be understood and mitigated for if we plan on being early adopters of this breakthrough technology. This article delves into the areas of risk associated with developing Silverlight 1.1 applications that invoke Web Services and that are then deployed into Windows Server 2003/IIS6 environments.



John Lam has an update on his blog noting that IronRuby has just been added to Rubyforge. Check his blog here for the status on this project.