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!
Silverlight is cool. It has great potential. It's made a lot of noise, and I can't wait for the 1.0 RTM
Silverlight is cool. It has great potential. It's made a lot of noise, and I can't wait for the
According to Microsoft’s website, Silverlight is; “A cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering
Tim Sneath postou em seu blog 50 aplicações baseadas no Silverlight o que é uma chance, ou melhor, são
The last weeks I was a little bit busy because of some projects and other work I had to do at home. But
How's come all these silverlight samples that require the RC version can't seem to tell that I installed it? I tried "Silverlight Rocks", which told me to install, so I did and rebooted. I went back there and it still tells me I need to install it.
Silverlight is a joke. What is this—1994?
Over the next few weeks I am going to start looking at Silverlight. But for starters I cam across the following post that gives us 50 examples of different silverlight examples. http://blogs.msdn.com/tims/archive/2007/07/07/from-a-to-z-50-silverlight-applications.aspx
Tim Sneath has a nice roll of 50 example Silverlight applications that are currently out there.