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50 New Silverlight 2 Beta 1 Screencasts     
Total Hits: 85  |  Today: 0Author: .NET Monster      Rating:  
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In my "spare time" I've been recording some screencasts about Silverlight 2 Beta 1 along with my colleague Mike. This managed to reach critical mass in that we've now built up a list of 50 screencasts so I thought it was definitely time to share rather than plough ahead because I imagine that it won't be too long before they all get to be out of date. Things move pretty fast. So, I've built a fairly simple custom application ( in Silverlight 2 Beta 1 of course :-) ) which allows for playing and ...

Consuming WCF Service Hosted On Remote Machine from Silverlight     
Total Hits: 420  |  Today: 0Author: Vijay S      Rating:  
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When the WCF service is hosted on IIS of remote machine and the client has to consume it by using the machine name where WCF service is hosted in the Endpointaddress, the WCF method call gives following exception:
An exception of type 'System.ServiceModel.CommunicationException' occurred in System.ServiceModel.dll but was not handled in user code
Additional information: The remote server returned an unexpected response: (404) Not Found
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Simple SilverLight ComboBox User Control     
Total Hits: 391  |  Today: 0Author: davedotnet      Rating:  
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While playing with SilverLight 2 beta 1 I noticed that there is not a combobox or dropdownlistbox provided in the toolbox. I have created a simple User Control to solve that issue. This user control is designed to work by setting a ItemSource property to a list of objects. I have very little experience with SilverLight and this is my first attempt at a user control in SilverLight Please feel free to let me know of any short comings in my code or implementation of this control....

Get Started Building A Deeper Experience Across The Web     
Total Hits: 154  |  Today: 0Author: Laurence Moroney      Rating:  
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A key component in the Microsoft strategy for next-generation Web development is a new technology named Microsoft® Silverlight™, formerly code-named "WPF/E." Designed to bring the Windows® Presentation Foundation experience to the Web, Silverlight provides rich, immersive content that fits seamlessly with the rest of the Web development environment, including ASP.NET AJAX. To reach the Web community at large, Silverlight needs to run successfully on a number of popular operating systems and in t...

Encapsulate Silverlight with ASP.NET Controls     
Total Hits: 116  |  Today: 0Author: Fritz Onion      Rating:  
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Many ASP.NET developers around the world are wondering how and where they should incorporate SilverlightTM into their applications. The answer isn't obvious because there is a wide range of approaches you can take. You can make your entire page a Silverlight control and do everything there or, the more likely approach, you can identify portions of your pages that would benefit from Silverlight and integrate rich UI elements where they add the most benefit, leaving the underlying application stru...

Dynamic Languages and Silverlight     
Total Hits: 122  |  Today: 0Author: Jimmy Schementi      Rating:  
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Children learn through creative playing. From LEGO to GI Joe and Barbie (they were my sister's, I swear), children tend to pick up toys and intuitively do something with them; they don't pick up the manual and read it, at least not for the purpose of understanding the toy! It's human nature to experiment and play with things to understand them, especially as a child when the "right way to do things" isn't burned into your brain. Such a hands-on approach is arguably one of the best ways to learn....

Create a Custom Expression Encoder Publishing Plug-In     
Total Hits: 145  |  Today: 0Author: Laurence Moroney      Rating:  
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A recently released tool, Microsoft® Expression® Encoder helps you encode, enhance, and publish rich media experiences that can be rendered using Microsoft SilverlightTM. Expression Encoder has an extensible plug-in architecture, giving you the ability to write plug-ins that allow for the publication of Expression Encoder output to different sources. In this article, I will step through the building of a plug-in for Expression Encoder using Microsoft Visual Studio® 2008 Beta 2....

Silverlight Tips, Tricks, and Best Practices     
Total Hits: 118  |  Today: 0Author: Jeff Prosise      Rating:  
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Unless you've been stuck on a desert island for the past several months, you've undoubtedly heard about Silverlight™, the new cross-browser, cross-platform solution from Microsoft that helps you build rich Internet applications and rich, immersive media experiences in the browser. Version 1.0, which combines a XAML rendering engine with a JavaScript API, shipped in September 2007. Version 2.0, which will enter beta soon, will pair an enhanced XAML engine with a version of the CLR that runs in th...

Silverlight Dynamic Languages in Visual Studio     
Total Hits: 126  |  Today: 0Author: lmoroney@microsoft.com      Rating:  
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Silverlight's support of Dynamic Languages is really cool, but, as there is no template in Visual Studio or Expression Blend that supports them it might be a little difficult for you to get up and running quickly. So, I wanted to put together this blog posting to show you how you can use them within Visual Studio in a common (or garden) Web site project. It's a pretty lengthy tutorial for a Hello World applicaiton, but I'm assuming that you are as unfamiliar with Dynamic Languages as I was when ...

Determining Silverlight Installation Metrics at your site     
Total Hits: 142  |  Today: 0Author: lmoroney@microsoft.com      Rating:  
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This paper is intended to provide a methodology for customers to measure the level of Silverlight adoption amongst their customer base. Silverlight does not write to the HTTP_USER_AGENT string, so server logs will not contain any direct data for Silverlight installations. However, a very straightforward process may be used on web pages on the customer site to determine Silverlight penetration. This paper discusses two of these methods....

Something fun for the little ones [SilverlightKidsDoodler develops mouse skills!]     
Total Hits: 153  |  Today: 0Author: Delay      Rating:  
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When I'm working on the computer and my toddler is around, she usually wants to "type" - which consists mostly of hitting all the keys to see the letters appear on the screen. A maximized Notepad window works pretty well for this purpose, though the occasional modal dialog (ex: open file, change font) gets in the way and requires parental assistance. I've tried using Paint to let her "draw" and develop basic mouse skills, but the Paint user interface is not great for young children. Paint's inpu...

SilverlightVR 360     
Total Hits: 104  |  Today: 0Author: Silverlight Tutorials      Rating:  
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This tutorial will guide you through the creation of a Silverlight application that will allow a user to rotate an object that you create, a full 360 degrees along both axis. This application is based on the original SilverlightVR animation engine that was created by Jeff Paries (DesignWithSilverlight.com). Jeff assisted with the creation of this application....

A Start at Test Driven Development with Silverlight 2     
Total Hits: 161  |  Today: 0Author: BradA      Rating:  
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As you likely heard, we have released the source code for all of the Silverlight controls as well as almost 2,000 of our own unit tests. Included with in this is a jewel... A unit testing framework for Silverlight. It is very powerful to have this feature so early in the develop of a new platform such as this....

ASP.NET Futures (July 2007): Integrating XAML in an ASP.NET Web Site with Dynamic Languages     
Total Hits: 197  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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This walkthrough shows how to use the ASP.NET Xaml server control with code written in a dynamic language that runs in the browser. Dynamic languages are well suited to this kind of programming. They make it easy for you to provide a rich internet application (RIA) experience in your Web site. You can use dynamic languages in the following ways:
* Respond to events that occur in the XAML page.
* Alter the XAML to give the user a dynamic visual experience.
* Debug the code th...

ASP.NET Futures (July 2007): Integrating XAML into an ASP.NET Web Application with JavaScript     
Total Hits: 192  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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This walkthrough introduces the ASP.NET Xaml server control, which you can use to provide a rich internet application (RIA) experience in your Web Site. You can use the Xaml control in several ways:
* Reference XAML to define the application.
* Reference XAML and a custom JavaScript library. This assumes Microsoft Sivlerlight 1.0.
* Reference XAML that can define a managed code assembly. This assumes Microsoft Silverlight 1.1 Alpha Refresh....

ASP.NET Futures (July 2007): Using the Xaml Control     
Total Hits: 184  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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The Xaml server control enables you to provide a rich interactive application (RIA) experience with your Web application, beyond what can be done with AJAX and DHTML alone.
The Xaml control is a generic control that enables you to add Silverlight functionality into your ASP.NET Web application. You set the XamlUrl property, and the runtime provides the basic JavaScript Sys.Preview.UI.Xaml.Control type in the client. This means that the control is very generic and not tied to media-style scena...

ASP.NET Futures (July 2007): Using the Media Control     
Total Hits: 247  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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The Media control enables you to quickly and easily add media (movie or audio) to your ASP.NET Web application without worrying about XAML or about code to manage the media files. To use the Media control, you just reference a media source file (for example, a .wmv, .wma, or .mp3 file) and select a built-in skin. The following example shows the markup for a Media control.
The Media control defines an ASP.NET AJAX Extensions-style client type to provide a JavaScript programming model with the ...

Introducing Microsoft® Silverlight™     
Total Hits: 194  |  Today: 0Author: microsoft      Rating:  
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Microsoft Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform plug-in for delivering the next generation of .NET based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. Silverlight offers a flexible programming model that supports AJAX, VB, C#, Python, Ruby, and integrates with existing Web applications. Silverlight also supports fast, cost-effective delivery of high-quality video to all major browsers running on Mac OS or Windows. Designers and developers can download Visual Studio co...

Calling services from Silverlight 2 part 2     
Total Hits: 259  |  Today: 0Author: timheuer      Rating:  
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In a previous post, I wrote about some samples of calling various types of services from Silverlight 2. In the code, I was using constructors in my ASMX and WCF services with specifying a binding type and endpoint address.
It was called out to me that in other demonstrations, people did not use this construct. While the method I demonstrated works (explicitly specifying the binding and endpoint), in some cases it may not be necessary. One such case would be if you only have one endpoint an...

Silverlight 2 DataGrid walk-through posted     
Total Hits: 156  |  Today: 0Author: BradA      Rating:  
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Scott Morrison (the PM for the Silverlight DataGrid) recently posted a very good walk through of using the DataGrid (complete with C# and VB samples).. I recommending staying tuned to his blog if you are interested because he has plans to do several more posts on the subject....



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