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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jul 31, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Introducing Seadragon.com At Seadragon.com you can share any image on the web as a zoomable photo. Simply point Seadragon.com at any image you've got on the web, and in no time you've got a zoomable viewer.

  • Silverlight News for December 16, 2008

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    Tags: Silverlight Contrib , Alpha 3 , Physics Helper , Intellipad , Seadragon , Mobile , Dashboard , AutoCompleteBox , cycling navigation , free , typefaces

    Page Brooks announced that Silverlight Contrib Alpha 3 has been released. In the blog there is a link from which you can download the new version and a list with some of the changes that have been made since the last release.

    Andy Beaulieu also has an announcement and it is about the new version of the Physics Helper library which was released to CodePlex. This version adds a Camera Controller class and a couple of new demos: Camera with Rag Doll and Camera with Truck.
    John Papa attached at his blog the code samples from the sessions he presented at VSLive Dallas Recap. There you can find Entity Framework demos, MVP Patterns demo, and System.Transactions demos.
    Tim Heuer blogged about Deep Zoom style on iPhone – Seadragon for Mobile. With this article you can inform yourself on how to use Deep Zoom composer to create your collections and view them in various ways, including mobile.
    Jeff Paries has a post about Silverlight Dashboard. This is a DotNetNuke module that displays a Silverlight Gauge that automatically updates on every 30 seconds. This project is another in a series of projects that started with Jeff’s post: "Silverlight Gauge Graphic".
    If you’re browsing through a list of items, pressing the down arrow, eventually you’ll reach the bottom - and then be cycled back to the top of the list. If you find this annoying, Jeff Wilcox has an article about AutoCompleteBox without cycling navigation. He will show you how to create a derived AutoCompleteBox control that has a "UseCyclicNavigation" property that enables or disables this behavior.
    In Delay`s blog you’ll find some fixes and updates of the public SilverlightDefaultStyleBrowser application and the downloadable source code. Why the need for update appeared and what exactly has been changed, you may read in the post “Expanded access to Silverlight 2's generic.xaml resources”.
    Ronnie Saurenmann from the Swiss MSDN team compares the differences between WPF and Silverlight for Intranet Line of Business apps. He analyzes the advantages and disadvantages of each one to help you in deciding which one fits best your company or target market.
    Jeff Prosise has a post about setting the Record Straight on XamlReader.Load. Thus you will be sure that you know how to call it, so that it will work anywhere, on any PC, no matter of the host's PC's regional and the language settings.
    Michael Wolf will teach you how to build your own Silverlight ConfigurationManager.  Lots of code, one example and good explanations could be found in his article.
    Robby Ingebretsen has found free typefaces for your WPF or Silverlight project . Check his collection with links now.