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Silverlight News for November 25, 2008

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Tags:   graphing-in-the-silverlight-toolkit , xaml-power-toys , the-sliding-menu , input-validation-with-silverlight , silverlight-games-101-blog , passing-query-string-/-parameters , seadragon-ajax-and-deep-zoom , custom-/-core-dependency-properties

Jesse Liberty has concentrated his new article on the graphing in the Silverlight Toolkit. He begins with comparison between Independent and Dependent Value, gets through creating the chart in Xaml, binding data to the chart, and adding a pie chart, and in the end finishes with evolving data and cross platform.

Turns out that Adam Kenney is a big fan of Karl Shifflett and he even dedicated an article to his latest project for XAML Power Toys. Here you can also find links to Karl’s tutorial videos and Karl’s blog.

Gerard Leblanc continues his series of articles for animated menus with publishing the fifth part which this time is about the sliding menu. His project includes source code as usual. There are also references to his previous post for those who still haven’t read it.

Hannes Preishuber has a post about Input Validation with Silverlight. He really misses the input validation feature of ASP.NET 2.0 and that’s why in this article he will try to make such validator controls for Silverlight.

Silverlight Games 101 blog has moved to a new host and new posts were created that reflect the changes in the old one. Check what have been modified now!

If you wonder how to pass predefined parameters to Flash / Silverlight in different pages of a website then you better check the post of Terence Tsang – “Silverlight vs Flash: Passing Query String / Parameters”. There you can find two simple but useful examples.

 Tim Heuer shares some thoughts and impressions of the Øredev conference held this past week in Malmö, Sweden. There he spoke on Silverlight technologies and now has summarized the most interesting moments in one particular post.

The Silverlight Enigma Simulator of Jeff Prosise has been updated and in addition to this there is a small lesson on internationalization.

In the Deep Zoom Blog you can find an article which main purpose is to juxtapose Seadragon AJAX and Deep Zoom. You can now browse single images in web browsers where Silverlight is either not supported or not installed.

Crucusgirl has updated three of her Silverlight projects – “Crocusgirl”, “Picture Puzzle” and “California Adventure”.

Here is one project about Silverlight 2 XAML Binding and Custom / Core Dependency Properties. But according to Justin Angel what is said there is completely wrong. Check the post and the corrections that Justin made in the comments after the article.


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