I've got a large list today, I missed one from last week, and had one submittal this morning, plus found some good stuff in my travels: Andy Britcliffe has code for dynamically applying a Render Transform; Tim Sneath announced a white paper on Deploying Silverlight in the Enterprise; Michael Cameron blogged about Keyspline Animation and Drag Speed and Direction; Granville Barnett digs into Silverlight 1.1 in a second article on RIAs; Mark Dawson sets up a CodePlex project for a 1.0 3D graphics engine that has to be seen; Michael Washington continues his exploration of SL 1.0 and DNN; and Andy Beaulieu's Slides and code on his SL Animation Code Camp 8 talk
Stay in the 'Light!
- Silverlight 1.0: Applying a Render transform dynamically
- I somehow missed this quick tip by Andy Britcliffe of dynamically applying a Render Transform
- Deploying Silverlight in the Enterprise
- Tim Sneath posts a blog about a whitepaper on Deploying Silverlight... I've included a link to the whitepaper on my sidebar Silverlight links
- Keyspline Animation
- Michael Cameron has started blogging about Silverlight, and putting up good stuff
- Drag Speed and Direction
- Drag Speed -- hadn't even considered that yet... good stuff, Michael -- and thanks for the link in your article :)
- Developing RIAs: Part 2
- In Part two of an series on RIA's, Granville Barnett digs into Silverlight 1.1
- Kit3D - a 3D graphics engine for Microsoft Silverlight
- I'm no 3D genius... so Mark Dawson's work here looks just amazing to me! ... this is on CodePlex, so go check it out plus his examples... did I mention it's 1.0??
- Creating a DotNetNuke Silverlight Module For Absolute Beginners
- Michael Washington has a very detailed DNN/Silverlight 1.0.
- Code Camp 8 Slides and Demos
- Andy Beaulieu of Destroy All Invaders fame posted his slides and demos from his Silverlight presentation at Code Camp 8 -- definitely worth reading!
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posted @ Monday, October 1, 2007 9:27 AM