It's great to see so many Silverlight-based widgets, samples, demos and applications appearing out there. I spent a happy hour this morning searching around the Internet for examples and samples, and thought I'd aggregate the fruits of my research below.
If you've just installed Silverlight on your machine and want to see it "do" something, click around the fifty links below to explore. Some of these samples require the Silverlight 1.1 alpha release (Windows install / Mac install), so if you get an error, try installing the 1.1 release. (Incidentally, the 1.1 alpha release contains the 1.0 beta bits, so you just need to install from the link above and you're good to go.)
I should probably just add the disclaimer that since these are hosted on a variety of external servers, it's almost guaranteed that some of the links will be broken at any given time. Have fun!
Here is a nice list of 50 Silverlight Applications gathered by Tim Sneath. Try them out at your coffee
My company put together a Silverlight demo which is an online version of a board game called Khet. Trying to get some people to take a look at what we've done and give us some feedback, check it out at http://www.AscendingIntegration.com/KhetDemo . You can also read more about it on our blog posts: http://jackbond.spaces.live.com/ and http://www.JamesHollister.com
Silverlight is spreading and becoming more and more popular. Now even games have been written based on Silverlight. I came across this post from Tim Sneath, From A to Z... 50 Silverlight Applications......
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Really cool.. silverlight twitter viewing
Tim Sneath spent a happy hour searching around the Internet for examples and samples of Silverlight.
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Very nice list. Thanks for effort.
PS: added your link in my blog.
I just discovered Tim Sneath’s great compilation of 50 Silverlight -based widgets, samples, demos and
A great post by Tim Sneath holding no less than 50 Silverlight applications. All in one! :) Link