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
Stay in the 'Light!
- 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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posted @ Friday, November 2, 2007 3:00 PM