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  • author  Joel Neubeck  /  released on  Aug 30, 2010
    Sams Teach Yourself Silverlight 4 in 24 Hours
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    About the Author

    Joel Neubeck, Director of Technology for top interactive marketing agency Terralever, leads a talented, multidisciplinary team of software engineers and interactive developers. Neubeck has over a decade of experience in interactive development, including expertise in ASP.NET, Silverlight, digital print, image processing, and service-oriented web development. He was awarded Microsoft’s MVP (Most Valuable Professional) award for Silverlight and WPF. Neubeck has spoken about Silverlight at events such as Mix08 and XNA Gamefest, and is a member of the Silverlight Insiders Group and Silverlight TAP. He was among a select group of professionals asked by Microsoft to help plan Silverlight’s future.

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  • 1 comments  /  posted by  Joel Neubeck  on  Feb 03, 2010 (4 months ago)


    Last month I wrote about how we could take some of the new features of Silverlight 4, Webcam control,  and create a simple application that lets you store captured webcam photos to isolated storage and your file system.

    In this article we will take this proof of concept and demonstrate how through the use of commanding and binding we can virtually eliminate all code behind and implement to a strong MVVM architectural pattern.

    Getting Started

    I think few would argue with the value of a strong separation of concerns within the design of an application.

  • 12 comments  /  posted by  Joel Neubeck  on  Dec 10, 2009 (6 months ago)


    Since the first release of Silverlight, the community has been patiently waiting for a version of Silverlight which would allow us to capture video from a user’s webcam, as well as audio from their microphone. This past month at PDC 09, our wait was over with the release of Silverlight 4 Beta 1.

    In this article we will explore the ways in which Silverlight can interact with a webcam, as well as the powerful results one can produce by combining live video with pixel shaders, video brushes as well as WriteableBitmaps.

  • 2 comments  /  posted by  Ivan Dragoev  on  Aug 17, 2009 (10 months ago)

    Joel Neubeck is talking about using WritableBitmap for smooth transitions between the pages using Navigation Framework:

    One thing that i thought was missing was the ability to  create nice looking transitions between pages as they are loaded into a frame.  Recently I voiced my complaint to a coworker and he had the great idea of using a WritableBitmap to capture the current and next page within the Frame, than animating the images.  Here is the solution I arrived at.

  • Hypervideo put to work

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 02, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Tags: Videos , Silverlight , Jesse Liberty , Eric Mork , Joel Neubeck , Tim Heuer , Hypervideo

    Jesse Liberty announces that Eric Mork (of Sparkling Client) has created a site with videos using Joel Neubeck & Tim Heuer's video player that makes terrific use of Hypervideo.

    Eric creates short teaching videos, and embeds markers in each.  When the video hits each marker, the table of contents is updated in a separate but related window,  and the code associated with what Eric is teaching is shown in a third window. The integration is a work of art.

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