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Microsoft has made Silverlight 5 available for download. Here are some of the developer related enhancements: XAML Debugging with breakpoints for binding debugging Implicit data templates for easy UI reuse Double (and multi) click support GPU…
Silverlight 5 Beta is available for download These are the top beta features XAML Debugging with breakpoints for binding debugging Implicit data templates for easy UI reuse Double (and multi) click support GPU-accelerated XN…
Lately we've been playing around with RIA services for Silverlight. Using them we lose the use of our stack, but the speed of development with them is quite impressive.
Watch and Learn
If you are unfamiliar with RIA in Silverlight, I would recommend this video: http://www.silverlight.net/learn/videos/all/net-ria-services-intro/. It is a complete walk through of creating a demo from the 'Business Application' template in Visual Studio for SL 3. If you are working in SL4, be sure to check the c...
Today I was in the process of making my own copy-paste Analog clock. I went aruond the internet and found this pretty thing. Of course I could have used that code and gone on with life. But that was not the point of the exercise. I wanted to learn something of this.
I liked the way he did the animations, no more need for a timer to update the angles, all is done in XAML.
So his project is Silverlight. And he has this to aniamte the hands of the clock.<...>
Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft .NET Framework 4 will be available for download later today on MSDN. Right now it looks like the time that it will be available is 10 AM PDT.
Now when it is available on MSDN don't just download it from the first place you see it, check Top Downloads first ( http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/subscriptions/bb608344.aspx ) The top downloads page us...
A quick and simple demo on how to set up a custom ObservableCollection to raise PropertyChanged events from the items it contains.
Today I decided to take a look at Windows Phone 7 development. The first thing I did was download the Windows Phone Developer Tools, you can download it here: http://www.microsoft.com/express/phone/
Windows Phone Developer Tools includes:
- Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone
- Windows Phone Emulator
- Silverlight for Windows Phone
- XNA Game Studio 4.0 CTP
The download was 228 MB for me, I already had Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 RC on my machine, if...
Rick here again with another little blurb on my most recent Silverlight project, KBay. Today, I'd like to write a little bit about what went right.
Separation of Power
One of the biggest attributes of KBay's success, IMO, was the segregation of development. My coworker Adam (Hi Adam!) and I handled the majority of the work for this project. The initial goal was to try to...
It's me again, Rick the Silverlight nut. I've been buried under a pile of work this last month and haven't had a chance to post much of the fun stuff I've been working on. But I've got a few minutes to write about my last big project. So I give you, the story of KBay
Catching the completion of a visual state change in Silverlight 3
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