To coincide with the launch of the Silverlight 1.0 Beta, my team has been working hard on a great series of intermediate-level screencasts on Silverlight that are just hitting the wires now. Each video is about five minutes in length, and covers a "how to" topic.
There's a couple more that I'll add when the embargo lifts on their respective topics; but check these out!
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Check this resource out from Tim Sneath
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The curtain has been raised on a whole slew of news related to Silverlight , formerly codenamed "WPF/E".
Tim, can you clarify the scope of Silverlight 1.1? How much of WPF will go in it? Will it have databinding? How about templatebinding? What controls will be available? ItemsControl etc...
I'm very interested in these, but I'm unable to view them on my Mac, either with QT + the latest WMV codecs, or VLC. Could we get them in a format more of us can view?
With the first day of MIX, it seems like there's been a staggering stream of announcements (all...
After spending the weekend hacking a mate's laptop to re-install Windows XP, I thought maybe Microsoft
処理が追いつかん。。。 これ GW 明けに読んだり見たりしたらどれだけ時間かかるんだろう。。。
Technorati tags: silverlight , expression blend Tim recently posted a list of all the Silverlight screencasts
Over at Tim's blog he has a great list of short 'nugget' style videos for silverlight... http://blogs.msdn.com/tims/archive/2007/04/30/silverlight-screencasts.aspx
Thanks, it's hard to find those getting started tutorials. I have some sample code I'm sharing as well. Hope it helps someone.
Download It! (source code and all) [quick and dirty garage project, that's why it is so CHEAP]
Umm, Describe It!:
Lights out is a one player puzzle that is played on a 5 by 5 grid of squares in which every square has two states: on and off. The game starts off with all squares off, where the goal is to turn on every square. By selecting a square, all the surrounding squares' (up, down, left, right) state is turned toggled. For example, on a 3 by 3 grid of squares with all squares off, if the center one is selected, it will turn "on" the 4 up, down, left, right squares from it.
There appears to be a lot of awesome video content washing around today in line with the kick-off of
Wow this week went quickly. On the Silverlight front I've managed to watch a few more Mix sessions