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  • Blog Post: Unity for Silverlight by P&P group has been released

    The Patterns & Practices group at Microsoft has just released Unity for Silverlight, which is the “ Unity Application Block 1.2 ” ported to Silverlight 2. Unity Application Block 1.2 for Silverlight - December 2008 Unity for Silverlight page on MSDN site: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd362339...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 RTW – all the links you need to get started

    After the RC0 a few weeks ago we a, Silverlight 2 RTW (Release to Web) is here, it’s official! This is great news as for a lot of people, where putting something in production on a non-release version was out of the question. Now that we are out of beta, I created a list of links and resources to get...
  • Blog Post: Community Day 2008 – 12 sessions by 9 user groups

    Yesterday the second Belgian Community Day took place in Keerbergen. I joined in a bit later due to some meetings at the office but it was still more than worth it. Nine Belgian User Groups joined in this year to organize a day “For the Community, By the Community”. I would like to thank all the people...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Beta 2 and related downloads

    During the opening keynote at TechEd Orlando last Tuesday, Soma announced the availability of Silverlight 2 Beta 2. As from now you can find the different downloads related to Silverlight 2 Beta 2. The best place to start is reading Scott Guthrie's post on the beta 2 release . As always, he gives a clear...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight collaboration demo source code from the MIX essentials keynote

    A few people at the MIX essentials event we organized in April requested me to post the source code for the Silverlight demo we gave in the opening keynote. So, here is the code (download at the bottom) along with some explanations of what we implemented. What's also available: a running example hosted...
  • Blog Post: MIX essentials 2008 Roundup

    Last week on April 24th we had our first MIX essentials event in Belgium. It was a full day with a dynamic opening keynote; developer and designer break-out sessions and of course a fantastic closing keynote and Q&A session with Steve Ballmer . Opening keynote The opening keynote was...
  • Blog Post: Different ways for loading images and files in Silverlight 2 applications

    When loading files in Silverlight 2 applications, this can range from images, video, fonts, etc, there are several options available. You might want to call files that reside on another server, files that are embedded into the .xap application or zip files that are downloaded and unpackaged on the client...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight and the HTML page: let your Silverlight do the work

    One of the things I like with having Silverlight 2 runtime on the browser is that it gives us the power of .NET at the browser level. And this is more than just for creating RIAs, one aspect that does not get much attention is the fact that you can use the Silverlight plugin to have extra power at the...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2: structure of the new .XAP file (Silverlight packaged application)

    With Silverlight 2 comes a new file extension for your Silverlight applications: .XAP (pronounced zap). This is a compressed file that uses standard .zip compression algorithm to minimize client download size. .XAP structure As stated the .XAP file is a .zip compressed file that contains the client...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Beta 1 - Silverlight Application project

    With the release of Beta1 for Silverlight 2 you get two new templates in Visual Studio 2008 for creating Silverlight projects in C# or VB. Download links to Microsoft Silverlight Tools Beta 1 for Visual Studio 2008 you will find at numerous places on blogs and also in a previous post of mine. Available...
  • Blog Post: MIX 08 – the beta releases downloads

    The keynote at MIX08 in Las Vegas this year was really exciting to follow. I was really looking forward to the keynote mainly for Scott Guthrie’s announcements, and was not let down. Check Tim Sneath’s blog to get a “live” overview of what was announced during the keynote. Tim does a great job at...
  • Blog Post: ScottGu publishes a tutorial on Silverlight 2 Beta1

    You may have seen it posted on several blogs: Scott Guthrie has published an overview of Silverlight 2 functionality and a complete 8 part tutorial! The tutorial is step-by-step guide on building a sample Silverlight 2 Beta1 application that reads stories from Digg.com . The sample uses REST, cross...
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