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Category Archives: HyperVideo Player
Yes, indecision is a bad thing, except when its not. The delay in re-starting my open source project has afforded me the opportunity to think of a number of alternative projects that might very well provide more (or more interesting) … Continue reading
http://WithReferenceTo.Me The application that we’ll be developing in the next phase of the HVP will allow the user to record and then look up everything that happened from day to day.
There has been some thrashing about the HyperVideo player. This note is both an update and an invitation for you to participate.
The advent of Windows Phone 7 is particularly exciting to current Silverlight programmers, because Silverlight (along with .xna) is the development platform for the new phone. I recently recorded two Silverlight TV episodes, and in one I created a typical … Continue reading
The Silverlight HyperVideo project ran full steam from January through the day before Mix, and then went on hiatus while we all recovered, and while I pondered three critical questions: What features and changes are needed to bring the HVP … Continue reading
This article is part of the Mini-Tutorial Series Executive Summary This article continues the design and exploration phase of the Silverlight HVP project by beginning to examine the role the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) will play in solving a number … Continue reading
The Silverlight HyperVideo Player has met with strong support and interest. This mini-tutorial is the first in a series that will walk through the design and delivery of this project. This series will pretend that the design existed before we … Continue reading
The Silverlight HyperVideo Project has made two guest appearances on Silverlight TV. In the first, I talk with John Papa about the project itself and how it has evolved. Then, during Mix, Tim Heuer and I sat down with … Continue reading
Two architectural demands for the Silverlight HVP, which are common to many larger applications, came together this week and crystallized into a design that looks to solve a couple other, unanticipated requirements. Specifically, we knew that (1) we wanted to … Continue reading
I’m incredibly proud to say that we were able to release the Silverlight HVP proof of concept alpha release on time, at 12:05 am Wednesday January 6, 2010 (GMT-5). As noted in our release schedule this is the first of … Continue reading
The problem with using a blog to track a rapidly evolving design, is that blogs don’t make for very fluid documents; the unwritten rule is that once posted, you ought not go back and substantially alter a post. Matching Blog … Continue reading
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