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  • 2 comments  /  posted by  Jonathan van de Veen  on  May 18, 2010 (3 weeks ago)


    Some time ago Corey Schuman published the article A look at the Printing API in Silverlight 4 right here on The article deals with the basics of printing in Silverlight 4, using a WYSIWYG approach. In this article we want to look into a more advanced scenario of printing, where WYSIWYG is not the best approach. We’ll take a look at how to print text in such a way that it will fit on the page and we’ll look into printing more than one page.

    Before we start, a screenprint of what we’re building:


    And if you want to have a look at the result, you can do so here.

  • 4 comments  /  posted by  Jonathan van de Veen  on  Apr 26, 2010 (1 month ago)


    The most common scenario for a Silverlight application is to deploy it to the web. However, when building an application that is going to be used by companies, who need to deploy it to their own servers, a decent Setup is a must have. This article will take you through the steps of building a Web Setup to deploy your Silverlight application and allow you to configure it from the Web Setup.

    You can download the full project here.

  • 1 comments  /  posted by  Jonathan van de Veen  on  Feb 10, 2010 (4 months ago)


    In this article we’ll look at building a spider, which can load web pages and extract links. It will then allow the user to select which links it wants to retrieve, which adds more links to the list. It will look something like this:


    Building it will involve using a two-way DOM Bridge to interact with JQuery and building some parsing mechanism to use on the HTML we retrieve.

  • 5 comments  /  posted by  Jonathan van de Veen  on  Nov 03, 2009 (7 months ago)


    So what is this about? To those of you who are not familiar with the SqlMembership model, this is basically a Microsoft's default implementation of an authentication and authorization model, in this case storing its information in Sql Server. In this article we will look into the steps of setting up a database, creating a WCF service to actually work with the SqlMembershipProvider and then will create some Silverlight UI to interact with that. It may seem like a lot of work, but stay with me here.

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