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Tamir Khason Just code Silverlight
Some new in-mix downloads
There are some very cool downloads suddenly appear on MSDN download site due to all new technologies, presented at Mix ‘09. So let’s start Silverlight 3 SDK beta 1 If you do not want to install full SDK, you can install only runtime for Windows or Mac. Then, you can read documentation online. You do not need it, if you’re going to install Silverlight 3 tools beta 1 for VS2008 SP1. After you have all this, go to the official Silverlight web site and start working. If you re “in” .NET RIA Services, ......

Posted On Friday, March 20, 2009 4:21 PM

Windows 7 beta and Silverlight 2 controls source are available for download

It seemed, that Seattle’s cold influences developer teams. They want us to know how they’re doing. Thus today Windows 7 beta (build 7000) and Source code for Silverlight 2.0 controls were released. Happy downloads.

Posted On Thursday, January 8, 2009 9:51 AM

New version of Hebrew and Arabic support for Silverlight was released
Please notice, that new version (RC1) of Bidi support for Silverlight was released. What’s new in this release? Initial version of bidi DataGrid Listbox, CheckBox, RadioButton, DatePicker, Tab and TabItem controls were added (tnx to Yasser Makram and Emad from Santeon) There are some changes in nBidi algorithm by Itai Bar-Haim Button and ToggleButton base fixes + valid default templates for all controls Some performance and stability issues. So, be sure, that you have the latest release and take ......

Posted On Sunday, January 4, 2009 6:21 PM

Quick Silverlight (and WPF) tip: How to write program without XAML
From the moment, 10K MIX09 contest was launched, I got more, then 20 people, asking the same question: Is it possible to have Silverlight program up and running without XAML at all? The answer is “YES, IT IS”. Here is how: All you need for run WPF or Silverlight application is Class inherited from System.Windows.Application Class inherited from System.Windows.Controls.Use... So, Let’s create new WPF or Silverlight application and delete all files from the project directory. Then add one file, ......

Posted On Tuesday, December 23, 2008 6:51 PM

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