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WynApse Mining the Web for Silverlight so YOU don't have to
LINQ videos from Beth Massi; User Controls in Silverlight 1.0 and 1.1 from Tim Heuer; Free DataGrid for WPF from XCEED; and Dynamic Data in Silverlight with a twist: SQL, Stored Procs, ASP.Net Handlers and Silverlight 1.0

I've been jammed working on other things, and there's actually been a lot of good stuff come through, so I'm going to post this in two pieces... one now and one later on this afternoon.

Note that anything I post that is remotely related to Silverlight can also be found at
More LINQ "How Do I" Videos Just Released
I've been putting good LINQ posts on here because LINQ applies to Silverlight in general. Unless the article has a direct tie to Silverlight though, I won't enter it at SilverlightCream. That being said, here are a couple good LINQ videos from Beth Massi, actually numbers 3, 4, and 5 of a series. Take the Home link and bookmark Beth's blog... good stuff!
implementing silverlight controls in 1.0
First of two parts from Tim Heuer... not sure where Tim finds all the time, but I for one am glad he does :)
implementing user controls in silverlight 1.1
The second article from Tim, this one about 1.1
Free DataGrid for WPF from XCEED
Nothing whatsoever to do with Silverlight, but if you think you may try some WPF, here's a free grid to grab!
Dynamic Data Display in Silverlight
In a very interesting twist, this article is accessing SQL data using and an handler and displaying it in a Silverlight 1.0 canvas... yeah... NOT 1.1 like everyone else!

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Silverlight Web Articles I've tagged - My Silverlight Articles - My Silverlight Tutorials - SilverlightCream
Posted on Wednesday, August 22, 2007 10:39 AM Silverlight , Silverlight 1.0 , Silverlight .NET 1.1 , Silverlight Cream | Back to top

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