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Category Archives: Silverlight 5
Talking with Jeremy Likness, about Windows 8 development, XAML development and the Sterling database. Jeremy is a Technical Project Manager and Consultant with Wintellect, and author of Designing Silverlight Business Applications and the forthcoming Designing Windows 8 Metro Applications with … Continue reading
Talking with Pete Brown about Windows 8 programming, Silverlight, WPF, Gadgets and much more. Pete Brown is a XAML and Gadget guy at Microsoft, as well as a former Microsoft Silverlight MVP, INETA speaker, and RIA Architect. He’s a father … Continue reading
Talking with Michael Crump about The Ten Things Silverlight Programmers Should Know About Windows 8 – based on a number of presentations Michael has been giving lately on Win8. Michael’s Blog Michael’s Telerik Blog Michael on Twitter Listen | Yet … Continue reading
Talking with Andrei Kashcha about his passion for Silverlight and the data visualization projects he has created. Amazon Books visualization Viva Mind-map visualization Lab 49 Listen | Yet Another Podcast Call in comments: 1-347-YAP-CAST
The Full Stack, Part 12: Adding photo support to our Windows Phone app – Capture, storage, and display
We walk through the code we used to add photo support to the WhoIsThat application, including: Using the Camera chooser Restoring application state after the photo is taken Decoding and displaying the image Storing and retrieving the image
Mary Jo Foley has covered the tech industry for 25 years, and has been following Microsoft for the past ten years. She has written for ZDNet, eWeek and Baseline among other publications and web sites and is the author of … Continue reading
Silverlight 5 MiniTutorial Silverlight 5 Beta brings the enormously useful ability to set a break point in your Xaml where you have a data binding. This can greatly simplify debugging and fixing binding issues.
A Silverlight 5 Mini-Tutorial A new feature in Silverlight 5 is the Implicit Data Template, which allows you to target a data template for a specific data type. Thus, you might create a class hierarchy of Messages, Direct Messages and … Continue reading
A Silverlight 5 Mini-Tutorial In Silverlight 5 we introduce a new element, RichTextBoxOverflow. This allows one RichTextBox to have its contents “overflow” into another – excellent for multi-column presentation. [Click on image for full size] What is particularly nice here … Continue reading