Jaime Rodriguez On Windows Phone, Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight and Windows 7
If you have Silverlight 2, you can play with the demonstrator at this site
You can also see an internal (=not polished) recording of a walk through of the demonstrator from this silverlight streaming video.
If you want a script that helps you walk through the interactions, you can find one here.
The plan and the source:
Our goal from the beginning has been to release the source code at devcon; since that was yesterday, the source is available today from here.
Warning: the demonstrator grew quickly from a Silverlight 1.1 app with three scenarios to a SL 2.0 application with six or seven scenarios; so we are a bit behind on cleaning up the code. The plan is to do a bit more clean up over the next few days ( or say all of next week) and then put it out at Silverlight.net gallery when the code cleanup churn decreases. Please check the SL gallery or check this blog in a week or so for an updated source. [It takes that long because we do it one hour at a time on evenings or when I have free time at work (which is not much)].
Known issues: Apologies in advance to those outside the US or not running an en english locale. We are aware some of the ' banking concepts' might not apply but we hope some of the interactions are generic enough that are useful to show. We have also not localized the site. Please do report bugs around localization.
Credits:Infusion development did most of the coding. Joe Cleaver, Marley Gray, Joe Rubino and a few others in the MS financials team helped define the scenarios.
Jaime Rodriguez posted a nice financials sample built using Silverlight 2 Beta 1. Very cool and gives
It's nice to see this app make the light of day. I saw it a few months ago. InfusionDev did a great job
Nice stuff Jaime! Two related questions: Can I publish the 'walk through' video in our Labs blog? [labs.zollie.com.br] 2) If yes, can you post a link to the wmv file? I could open a iframe to the SLS link but we already have a video plataform that output to both Flash (.flv) and Silverlight/Windows Media Players, thank you! Ratan
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Earlier this week, I received an e-mail from a colleague, pointing me to a Silverlight application that
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Thank you vey much.
I have tried to use this code, and it appears to be SilverLight 1.1, not 2.0 Beta 1.
Is it possible to get the SilverLight 2.0 source code?
What do you mean by this is 1.1 code, is it not compiling for you?
This is 2.0 code (should compile and run fine).
If you are asking about the 'approach' to coding it, then yes half of this was coded in 1.1 and we did not re-write all the controls. The other half is 2.0 and you can see it uses all the controls ( Grid, Listbox, buttons, sliders, etc.). We will keep the 'reusable' parts in 2.0, most important there is the charts; some of the controls are too coupled for a single re-write with out compromising on the ui, so these will not be re-written.
Hope this helps. If not please clarify on what you want and we will try to help.
Was the overall pattern craeated with Expression Design? If so can we get a copy of those files as well?
I thought I'd share a couple emails I sent that I sent around to my managers and coworkers right
Is there any plans to make a tutorial series for this app to see some examples of how it was pieced together?
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