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Programming C# 3.0 (Programming) by Jesse Liberty, Donald Xie Read more about this title… I'm incredibly proud and pleased to announce the release of the fifth edition of Programming C#. C#3.0 represents a significant maturation of the C# language adding … Continue reading
We recently announced that we will have a Beta version of Silverlight 2.0 ready for Mix in Q1 of 2008, complete with managed code, many drag and drop controls and a host of other advanced features. Let's be honest: just … Continue reading
We recently posted a video I’m very proud of: the second part of the series on HyperVideo. However, even though the landing page says “Presented by Jesse Liberty and Tim Heuer” you will note that in the video itself I … Continue reading
Over the next few weeks I'll be creating a number of How Do I videos on Silverlight 1.1. There are a number of reasons why I'm making this departure, including, Multiple requests from developers who would like a little help … Continue reading
The Ajax world presentations were relatively brief (45 minutes) and scattered (there were 10 tracks) and so we were not able to dig as deeply as I had hoped. That said, we did delve into the following topics: How to … Continue reading
I'm here at Ajax World in Santa Clara and interest in Silverlight is very high. Folks want to know what it is, how it works, how it fits in with Ajax, and how they can get started with it. One … Continue reading
[Updated 11:50pm 9/11 to make this a bit more readable] As you may know, I've become very interested in the idea of hypervideo. In my first HDI video on HyperVideo I hard coded the links to the markers in the movie … Continue reading
I've been waiting, bursting to talk about Tafiti… not only is it one of the coolest Silverlight applications I've seen, it is one of the coolest new developments in search technology. It is just wicked cool. Let's say I want … Continue reading
Returned to Silverlight.net and downloaded all the tools. Went to the documentation and struggled on-line for a while, but the documentation I really wanted was in the help files; specifically the overviews. Wonderful news: the help files come with the … Continue reading