Archive for the ‘Silverlight’ Category

Talented game developer Andrew Russell has created a fully open-source tool that allows developers to port their Xbox 360 games onto other platforms, and the currently supported platforms are iOS and Silverlight with Android and Mac OS X support coming soon. Imagine the possibilities of developing a game for the Xbox 360 and having it […]

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Microsoft today at the MIX10 conference has rolled out Release Candidate version of Silverlight 4, along with tons of other tools like Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone, Windows Phone 7 Series add-in to use with Visual Studio 2010 RC, XNA Game Studio 4.0, Windows Phone 7 Series Emulator for application testing, and Expression Blend for Windows Phone Community Technology Preview. It was announced by Scott Guthrie, Corporate Vice President of the .NET Developer Platform in his keynote today at MIX10, held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas.

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Microsoft has finally rolled out the final bits Silverlight 3 along with full version of Expression Studio 3 for creating RIA (Rich Internet Applications). If you haven’t already discovered the new features in Silverlight 3, here is a list of all the new controls, features and functionality that is added within the Silverlight 3.

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Michael Jackson was an American Superstar who created a huge impact upon the rock scene over the past four decades. MSN UK has dedicated an entire page to the rockstar after his demise.

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In his keynote address at the MIX 09 conference at the The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Scott Guthrie, the Corporate Vice President of the .NET Developer Platform at Microsoft announced the beta availability of Silverlight 3 along with a Preview version of Expression Blend which enables us to develop Rich Internet Applications (RIA) using the newly released Silverlight 3 Beta 1.

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Well folks, Microsoft has already rolled out the Beta version of Silverlight 3. Silverlight 3 was expected to be announced by Scott Guthrie, Corporate Vice President of the .NET Developer Platform in his keynote today at MIX 09 in Las Vegas.

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After the announcement of Silverlight 2 release, Microsoft has now announced the release of Expression Blend 2 Service Pack 1 – a tool for harnessing the power of XAML, .NET framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 and Silverlight 2 to deliver compelling user experiences for connected desktops and the web.

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Microsoft today has released final bits of Silverlight 2 – one of the industry’s most comprehensive and powerful solutions for the creation and delivery of rich applications and media experiences through a Web browser.

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Microsoft has today released Silverlight 2 RC0 to developers for testing purposes and to help them prepare their existing Silverlight 2 Beta 2 applications for the final bits which is expected to roll out at the end of this year.

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Windows Live Video Messages

By | September 17th, 2008

Windows Live Video Messages (WLVM)is the latest service to be included in Microsoft’s web applications of Windows Live. It was opened to the general public on 9th, not too late after being announced. We decided to give it a spin and check out if this service is really worth using on a day to day basis or not.

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Sending emails notifications from a contact or a feedback page of a website has become a standard feature of most sites around the web.
Today, I am going to show you how to create an ASP.NET Silverlight application which sends email. The main objective of this tutorial is to achieve this goal using a ASP.NET web […]

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Microsoft Silverlight has been on a roll! If you thought Beijing Olympics was the last sport for Microsoft’s challenger to the popular Adobe Flash, you were wrong. With just 36 days to go for the first ever Formula 1 race under lights in Singapore, Singtel has launched a Silverlight based “SingTel Grid Girls […]

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