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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 29, 2010 (2 months ago)
    Take a look at this 15 minutes video in which the SilverlightShow representative Cidgem Patlak at MIX10 interviews Adam Kinney about the Silverlight adoption, Project Rosetta, .toolbox and the SilverlightShow EcoContest.

  • 0 comments  /  Show #21  with  Adam Kinney   /   15 minutes   /   Mar 25, 2010 (2 months ago)
    Adam Kinney talks with SilverlightShow representative Cigdem Patlak at MIX10 about his role at Microsoft, Silverlight adoption, Project Rosetta, .toolbox and the SilverlightShow EcoContest.
  • Silverlight News for December 05, 2008

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Dec 05, 2008 (more than a year ago)

    Pete Brown has an article on the theme “Pie Chart Styling in the Silverlight Toolkit - Cross-Slice Gradients”. He was inspired to write this post by Mehdi and Jafar Husain. Reading this will help you to apply your own pallet to your pie charts and to create some nice subtle shading effects.

    The new release of ComponentOne Studio Enterprise 2008 v3 is now here and it includes over 30 Silverlight controls. Illuminate your RIAs today with rich design, interactivity, and enhanced performance.

    A few days ago Google announced “event tracking” for their Google Analytics platform. That’s why Tim Heuer created a little sample to see how Event (analytics) tracking might work with Silverlight.
    Jobi Joy has created an interactive Silverlight greeting card. In most of the work Jobi used Microsoft Expression Blend. You may see the card in action or just download the source code for it.
    Matthias Shapiro has a great example of Mac Style Button Tray in Silverlight. He apologizes that the code is a mess right now but you may still download the project files if you want.
    Russell Greenspan submitted 6 of his 10 "How-To" posts for Silverlight. Here they are: 
    • How-To #1/10: sharing code between Silverlight and WPF applications

    • How-To #4/10: enforcing an MVC-style architecture

    • How-To #6/10: creating a horizontal WrapPanel that is transform-aware and exposes row and column counts
    • How-To #8/10: trapping and processing mouse movement in an InkPresenter

    • How-To #9/10: creating a Path object from a Stroke

    • How-To #10/10: manually detecting and installing the Silverlight plug-in 
    Jesse Liberty announced that his tutorial on Multi-page applications is now available in both C# and VB and in both HTML and PDF format. It shows how to build an application that allows you to switch from one page to another, passing data from the first to the second.
    Azret Botash has written the article “Silverlight on a Desktop” in which you can find the new Fiji project and download the preview bits.
    Adam Kinney is proud to announce that Project Rosetta turns into a MIX09 workshop. The MIX workshop he is going to present is entitled “Shio o Totte: Using What You Know”. Its purpose will be to teach you how to use your skills and toolset in the world of XAML, Silverlight and WPF.
    Michael Wolf has dedicated his last article to Silverlight and Encryption. According to Michael, encrypting data in isolated storage is a pretty simple procedure and makes perfect sense for storing sensitive data to the client.
  • Silverlight News for November 12, 2008

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Nov 11, 2008 (more than a year ago)


    Dan Wahlin has been at the DevConnections conference in Las Vegas and has the Silverlight Workshop materials on his blog for those of you who didn’t have the chance to be there.

    Dave Britton made a Silverlight presentation at Silicon Valley Code Camp 2008 and has published all of the materials on his blog.

    Jordan Knight wrote the article “Fire collection updated events from a special Silverlight ItemsControl”. The EventItemsControl intercepts collection changes and allows its child controls to run animations before updating the base collection and causing a layout refresh. Here you can also find a sample and live demo.

    At Lee’s Corner you can find a good tip for changing the background

    of AutoCompleteBox.

    The Silverlight SDK Team has published a few links which will answer the most frequently asked questions in the forums about using Silverlight with WCF services and also HTTP and security questions.

    Project Rosetta has been updated to Silverlight version 2 and has a new home on Channel 9.

    Ian Griffiths has published his SlDynamicBitmap project whisch offers a solution of the missing ability of Silverlight to generate bitmaps from pixels in code at runtime. You can download a ZIP containing both binary and source, or you can browse the source online.

    Dave Burke starts a series of posts that he calls "Silverlite" series, in which he is going to discuss the problems he encounters during his work with Silverlight 2.0. The first one is concentrated on what to do if XAML file changes you make aren't being updated when you debug your project in Visual Studio or refresh your site XAP file.

    Anna Wrochna came with an article about dynamically finding a storyboard in the VisualStateManager.

    Robby Ingebretsen has a few things to share about ToolBox Panels (for WPF and Silverlight). Probably you will be interested in the ColumnWrapPanel, so do not miss to check this post.

    Yesterday Kathy Kam gave a session at TechEd EMEA on “Building Rich Internet Applications Using Microsoft Silverlight 2”. You can download Kathy’s deck and demo from her blog.

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