Today, Scott put up a mammoth post introducing the upcoming Silverlight 2 Beta 1. His post includes an 8 (yes, 8!) part walk through building out an application using it. I really have to hand it to Scott on this one, and I'm not just kissing up because he's my boss. He's been talking about this post he's been working on all week, and I went over a little bit of it with him on Monday. But when I saw it live this morning, my jaw just about hit the floor. To say the guy is prolific is an understatement. Just earlier this week, he put up another big roadmap post.
I've been spending this week playing with the overall Silverlight 2 Beta 1 experience, which is coming along very nicely. The integration between Blend and the Visual Studio tools is really, really nice. I lack any UI design skills, but I'm starting to be able to build basic apps that look okay, and that's a big step forward to me. I'm having fun.
Like many new, cool, things, my team has been involved with this as well. As a way to set ourselves up for delivering top-notch Silverlight controls in the future, we agreed to take on the task of building out some of the basic Silverlight controls, including Button, CheckBox, and ListBox. The controls work great, are easily templatable, and will be very familiar to any WPF users out there. My team is working with some other teams to deliver a broad suite of controls in Beta1 including DataGrid, Calendar, ToolTip, Hyperlink, and GridSplitter, among others. Given where we are at in the product cycle, the available control Toolbox is coming along nicely.
But that's why we've been so quiet - it's been very busy. But the model we're using - having the Silverlight Team build the runtime and a separate team build controls has really driven a lot of great feedback across the teams and resulted in a some real design and quality wins.
Looking forward to getting this stuff out into your hands!
PingBack from http://www.biosensorab.org/2008/02/22/getting-to-know-silverlight-20-beta-1/
A une semaine de l'ouverture de la conférence Mix08 de Las Vegas, Scott Guthrie - Corporate Vice President
Over the past week there has been some talk on Scott Guthrie and Shawn Burke blog about Silverlight 2
On Friday, Scott Guthrie posted a "first look" at Silverlight 2 . My boss, Shawn Burke, followed with
On Friday, Scott Guthrie posted a "first look" at Silverlight 2 . My boss, Shawn Burke, followed
Delay blogged some SL2 controls info, Shawn Burke's SL2 article, Imran Shaik on SL, Flash and the
Shawn, I think guys have missed one important control, and that is "Drop Down ComboBox". Will it make it to beta 2?
Február 22-én Shown Burke egy blogpostjában véletlenül berakott egy képet a silverlight 2.0 beta 1 controljairól
As you know, the team has been very busy working on controls for the upcoming Silverlight 2 Beta 1 release.
As you know, the team has been very busy working on controls for the upcoming Silverlight 2 Beta 1 release
[2008. október 27.] Az október 14-i RTW (Ready To Wire) bejelentés kapcsán megvizsgáltuk a Silverlight