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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Svetla Stoycheva  on  Apr 15, 2010 (2 months ago)
    Andrej Tozon is the next article author we would like to introduce you to the SilverlightShow community. Having authored 5 articles already, all on quite hot topics, Andrej is one of the most active contributors to posting quality content on SilverlightShow. Andrej's articles are fresh, entertaining, with provoking titles and colorful examples. Meet Andrej!

    Q. Andrej - please briefly introduce yourself and your experience with Silverlight. 
    Hi, my name is Andrej Tozon, I’m from Slovenia and currently work for my own company, specializing in Silverlight and WPF development and consulting.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 01, 2010 (3 months ago)
    Ross Wozniak has published a series of blog posts on around the topic of internationalization in Silverlight.

    In my position as a Developer Evangelist for Telerik’s XAML product line (Silverlight and WPF) I am frequently asked questions about how to internationalize a Silverlight app. I poked around on Google and found that there wasn’t very much information on this subject, and most of it was out of date, so I figured it would be appropriate to put together this series.

    Here you can find all of the eight parts:
  • Top 25 Silverlight Articles

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Feb 19, 2010 (4 months ago)
    David Campbell from WynApse has published the best 25 Silverlight articles for the past year according to him in issue number 800 of his Silverlight Cream.

    For Issue 800, Brian Henderson (@brian_henderson) suggested I do a best of, so I used the tagging that Michael Washington and I put in a year ago here at the Summit, and have produced a 'Top 25'.

  • Some Recent Notable Silverlight Posts

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Feb 02, 2010 (4 months ago)

    Karen Corby has posted a list with some really good Silverlight articles written by David Poll and Jesse Bishop.

    A couple folks on my team have recently started blogs.  If you haven’t already, check it out!

  • Countdown to Silverlight 3 - From Part 8 to Part 14

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jul 13, 2009 (11 months ago)

    Andrej Tozon has posted seven new articles to his series called "Countdown to Silverlight 3". Here is a list with those posts:

    • Countdown to Silverlight 3 #8: Style inheritance
    • Countdown to Silverlight 3 #9: Day 0 and updated sample deck
    • Countdown to Silverlight 3 #10: Animation easing
    • Countdown to Silverlight 3 #11: Writeable Bitmap
    • Countdown to Silverlight 3 #12: ClearType font rendering
    • Countdown to Silverlight 3 #13: Bitmap effects
    • Countdown to Silverlight 3 #14: Selector.IsSynchronizedWithCurrentItem

    If you are not familiar with the previous seven parts you will find all of them here.


  • Hanu Kommalapati's MSDN Magazine Articles

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jul 06, 2009 (11 months ago)

    Hanu Kommalapati decided to create a blog post in which to present the MSDN Magazine articles that he has recently written: ".NET Framework Internals: How the CLR Creates Runtime Objects", "Build Line-Of-Business Enterprise Apps With Silverlight, Part 1" and "Build Line-Of-Business Enterprise Apps With Silverlight, Part 2".

    I wrote some MSDN magazine articles but never really blogged about them.
  • 6 comments  /  posted by  Ilia Iordanov  on  Oct 27, 2008 (more than a year ago)

    Hi Silverlighters,

    We are proud to announce that Chris Anderson has joined the team of authors writing for This means that you are going to see articles written by him more often. For those of you who do not know who Chris is, we will just mention that he won the second place award in the Silverlight Write & Contest with the amazing article Building a Framework for Silverlight Line-Of-Business Applications.

    In the next weeks he will stick to the following schedule to extend his LOB application:

    Part 1: Building a Framework for Silverlight Line-Of-Business Applications - published;
    Part 2: Implementing the complete product list screen - including paging, sorting, and searching the list.  Using dynamic lambda expressions to query the Entity Framework - published;
    Part 3: Implementing secure web services.  Structuring projects to share business logic between the client and the server.  Discussion of ADO.NET data services and cslalight - published;
    Part 4: Creating the needed business objects - published;
    Part 5: Creating a form to view and edit the details of a product.  Topics include generating the form, implementing validation rules, implementing drop down lists and caching the data for these in isolated storage - published;
    Part 6: Implementing reporting (including HTML DOM interoperability) - published
        Part 7.1: Building a Silverlight Line-Of-Business Application – Styling Part 7.1 - published;
        Part 7.2: Building a Silverlight Line-Of-Business Application – Silverlight Styling Concepts 7.2 - published;
    Part 7.3: Design Tools and Usage Hints;
        Part 7.4: Restyling The Framework;
        Part 7.5: Restyling The Login and Summary List pages;
        Part 7.6: Restyling The Product Details pages (including coverage of the ImplicitStyleManager control.

    Chris, thank you once again for doing this and good luck with the articles, we know you will do it perfectly!

    Sincerely Yours
    SilverlightShow Team

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