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  • Blog Post: Silverlight 5 Released with New Features for Developers

    Silverlight 5 has been released. Silverlight 5 adds a ton of new features over what we had with Silverlight 4. These are non-trivial features like a full 3d stack, parsing performance improvements, tons of enhancements to binding and much more. My favorite features have to be Implicit Templates and...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 5 RC Available for Download

    The release candidate for Silverlight 5 is now available to developers on the Silverlight developer site. You can get the release itself and additional details on Silverlight Downloads . About Silverlight 5 Silverlight delivers the richest set of capabilities available to developers today through...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 5 Goes Beta with Video, 3D Enhancements, XAML Debugging

    Microsoft announced at MIX the immediate availability of the beta for Microsoft Silverlight 5 , which provides advances in rich media and application development. New capabilities include Hardware Video Decode, for enhanced video quality and performance, and “Trickplay,” which provides...
  • Blog Post: Watch MIX Keynotes Live Online April 12 - 13

    Can’t attend MIX 11 in-person? Watch the keynotes live from Las Vegas, April 12 & 13 at 9am PDT (4pm GMT), via live.visitmix.com . Tune-in for the latest announcements from Internet Explorer, Windows Phone and Silverlight. Keynotes will run for approximately 90 minutes. The Channel 9 Live...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Provides Guidance for Standards-based Web, Plug-ins, Silverlight

    In a blog post on the Silverlight developer blog, Microsoft provides guidance around developer choices for standards-based Web, plug-ins, and Silverlight. The post, entitled Standards-based web, plug-ins, and Silverlight , describes the role of plug-ins in general, and Silverlight in particular, in...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 5 Improves Experience for Application Developers, ISVs

    The next version of Silverlight will target numerous improvements for application developers and in media improvements. Scott Guthrie announced the next version of Silverlight at the keynote to the Firestarter Event in Redmond, WA. The entire day’s events were also streamed on the Internet....
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