Silverlight Cream for December 12, 2007 - 2 -- #153

Second half of the list from yesterday: UCAYA has an SVG to XAML converter, Omar Al Zabir has a Silverlight Pagecast, Christmas CoolWall from Tim Sneath, an Expression Encoder plugin tutorial from Tim Heuer, Sprawl2 from the Expression Team Blog, Paul Laberge put up a tutorial on the SL Streaming Publishing Plug-in for Encoder, and Karsten Januszewski discusses streaming an audio file and shows some Encoder Template tweaks.

From SilverlightCream.com:
XamlTune -- SVG to XAML
This might not be completely clear to those of us that don't speak French, but UCAYA has an application to convert SVG to XAML, and also the source!
Silverlight Pagecast - Keep an eye on Silverlight stuffs
Omar Al Zabir, who I've mentioned before, has a Pagecast up in Page Flakes dedicated to Silverlight links and blogs
Share Your Christmas Wishlist / Hatelist with Silverlight
I blogged about the "Cool Wall" before, but Tim Sneath blogged about a Christmas CoolWall done in 1.1 1.0 per Tim -- thanks for the correction!
write a plugin for expression encoder
Tim Heuer demonstrates everything you need to write a plugin for Expression Encoder
Silverlight 2.0, Sprawl, and a Dash of Snoop!
Remember the Expression Design game graphics I blogged about? Well, here's a game to go with them in 1.0
[Mini-Tutorial] Publishing Video Experience to Silverlight Streaming
Paul Laberge has a nice 'mini tutorial' demonstrating the encode-to=publish workflow.
Tweaking The Expression Encoder Templates To Turn Off AutoPlay
Karsten Januszewski demonstrates tweaks to the Expression Encoder Templates
Silverlight Streaming for Audio Files
Karsten Januszewski discusses streaming an audio file.

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posted @ Wednesday, December 12, 2007 2:26 PM
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# re: Silverlight Cream for December 12, 2007 - 2 -- #153

Left by Tim Sneath at 12/12/2007 3:10 PM
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Thanks for the blog post. Just so you know, the "CoolWall" is a 1.0 application. Just to make it really clear, Silverlight 1.1 (now known as 2.0) is not ready for Go Live usage – the EULA explicitly prohibits deployment in production sites. The current 1.1 bits are of alpha quality and are not being serviced. Anyone who has 1.1 on their machine should know that they are running an alpha runtime that hasn’t received many of the post-RTM servicing changes to 1.0 and therefore may not be compatible with all Silverlight 1.0 production sites. (And that’s why we’re not clearing 1.1 for Go Live usage at this stage – we don’t want it to be broadly deployed.)

Hope this is useful, Tim

# re: Silverlight Cream for December 12, 2007 - 2 -- #153

Left by Dave at 12/12/2007 3:56 PM
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Thanks for the correction, Tim...

I've noted it on the blog post!

-Dave

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