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This post is part of the Silverlight HyperVideo Platform documentation [Updated 1/5 10:50 GMT-5] Everything Flows, Nothing Stands Still – Plato Nothing Endures, But Change – Diogenes The past few days have seen quite a flurry of design activity, and … Continue reading
This mini-tutorial is part of the Silverlight HyperVideo Project documentation. Taking Risks One of the great pleasures, and total terrors of documenting this open-source application is that occasionally I have to offer up some half-baked ideas that risk displaying how … Continue reading
Design Update This was posted on Dec. 29 and updated on Dec. 30. The significant changes are to the Configuration and Marker Events sections This blog post extends the previous post in which I discussed the IMarkerEventHandler interface and how it … Continue reading
The Silverlight HyperVideo Player: A Community Project The Silverlight HVP Elevator Pitch: The Silverlight HyperVideo Player (HVP) will do for Silverlight How Do I Videos what Hypertext did for the Internet: it will provide simple, fast, and easy to use … Continue reading
(click on the image to see other Mini-tutorials) Turing Page [Novice: 4] FAQ Table of Contents In Novice Page 3 we were about to create a form. Here is the form we’ll create: Layout Is … Continue reading
The Silverlight Toolkit is innovative in many ways, not least of which is that controls are released in one of four quality bands: Mature: ready for release Stable: suitable for most scenarios Preview: suitable for most basic usage scenarios, … Continue reading
In my previous posting about the VideoWiki project I mentioned that I fell off the edge of the world when I tried to replicate the work I had done previously with the player emitted by Encoder. I’m told by the … Continue reading
Dear Jesse, "I loaded the Silverlight Toolkit from December 1988 on my CPM machine and it broke my Apple IIe in my vacation home in Maine. What should I do?" – Toolkit Lover. Dear Toolkit Lover, We have a dedicated … Continue reading
The Tree View control is ideal for displaying hierarchical data. While there is a great deal you can do with this control, in its simplest form it is fairly straightforward to work with, once you grok the essential … Continue reading
This quick introduction to the HeaderContentControl of the Silverlight Toolkit will lay the ground work for future entries on the Expander control. To see the HeaderContentControl with as little fuss as possible, create a new Silverlight application and add … Continue reading
Recently I wrote that there are a number of readers who are running into difficulty with skills needed for intermediate or advanced Silverlight development that are not strictly part of Silverlight. This is the first of an occasional series that … Continue reading