Joe Stegman's WebBlog

Just another trick of the Silverlight

December, 2008

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About Joe Stegman's WebBlog

I'm a group program manager on the Silverlight presentation and graphics team and the focus of my blog will be to answer questions and provide general information on Silverlight.  Silverlight is a cross-platform, cross-browser plug-in for building the next generation of Media Experiences and Rich Interactive Applications.  Silverlight has a friction-free web install with a small download size.  Silverlight supports programmability through JavaScript for tight browser integration as well as a .NET programming model for synergy with Microsoft developers.

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    Update on Feature Requests

    I am continuing to aggregate the requests and have the updated and abbreviated list below (removed items with less than 1 or 2 requests). A couple of comments based on some of the requests: I am tracking 3D even though ScottGu announced Silverlight...
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    Silverlight Feature Requests

    Currently, there is not a general location to log Silverlight feature requests (we’re considering adding something on for this). Given the lack of a central spot, I’ve taken a few threads on the Silverlight forums related to a Silverlight...
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    Update on Silverlight and Opera

    After my previous post, I had a few folks email me to look at some of their sites that don’t run correctly in Opera even after the below fix. After more investigation and trolling through our bug database to extract all known Silverlight and Opera issues...
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    Silverlight and Opera

    Although Opera is not an officially supported browser (see my previous post for more details), we do want a good Silverlight experience for Opera users (and a good Opera experience for Silverlight developers). As such, we do some level of Opera testing...
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    Silverlight Browser Support

    I occasionally get asked about why we don’t support browser X on platform Y and wanted to share a little background on Silverlight browser support. This post will provide a bit of details what it means to be an officially supported Silverlight browser...
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