November 2, 2007 Silverlight Cream, part 2 -- #117

Adam Kinney and Tim Sneath both discuss those users that have yet to install SL; Tim Stall has a nice SL 1.1 game: TruckWars; Tim Heuer lets us know about the new "publish to Silverlight" feature in Media encoder; Adam Kinney has a Silverlight animated Halloween card; Michael Palermo discusses writing xaml with Ajax; and Public Sector Developer Weblog has a follow-on article and video on Closed Captioning with Silverlight

From SilverlightCream.com:
Remembering the "yet to install" audience
Adam Kinney struck a chord with many developers when he produced a blog post about the not-yet-Silverlight-savvy end users.
Optimizing the Silverlight Install Experience
Tim Sneath references, and then expands on Adam's Blog post
Silverlight TruckWars v1.1
Tim Stall produced this converted XNA game ... it's not complete, but he says he is going to post the source, so that will be fun :)
silverlight streaming for media apps made simpler
Tim Heuer discusses a new feature added to media encoder that gives you 'publish to Silverlight Streaming' capability
Pumpkin Card - Silverlight demo with code
I knew this was going to happen... Silverlight animated cards... this one a Halloween one by Adam Kinney ... very cool, and with code, so you can get your Christmas greetings ready!
Video: Interactive Silverlight Using Ajax
Michael Palermo has a screencast and source follow-on to his previous one, this time serving up xaml via Ajax -- actually, just what I'm looking for :)
Adding Closed Captioning to video using Silverlight, ASP.NET AJAX, WCF and an external data source
Public Sector Developer Weblog has a follow-on article about closed captioning in Silverlight video.

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Silverlight Cream for November 2, 2007 -- #116

I've been jammed up the last couple days, so this Cream is only ones submitted to me, later I'll do the ones I've found: Pete Brown displays a great SL1.1 Tree View and Animated Wrap Panel - with code; Gwynn Kruger of SilverSpud explains what Dependency properties are and then goes on to show how to set and get them in C# and XAML; and Tim Sneath bails out folks like me with SL 1.1 versioning problems

From SilverlightCream.com:
Calling Silverlight 1.1 Developers: Do You Need to Update Your Machine?
Tim Sneath comes to the rescue of folks like me that got jammed up on versions and are being prompted to update Silverlight.
Dependency properties, conceptually explained
Gwynn Kruger jumps back in and explains for us what dependency properties are... why we'd use them and how.
Dependency properties, setting them in xaml and in C#
Gwynn then goes on to explain how to set and get dependency properties in C# and XAML.
Silverlight 1.1 TreeView and Animated Wrap Panel Controls with Source Code
From Pete Brown at irritatedVowel.com, a very nice-working SL 1.1 Tree view and Wrap Panels app with code -- thanks Pete!

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