Mark Monster on cross-comain-scripting issues, Page Brooks on his treadmill, Mike Snow on the Mouse Wheel, Michael Scherotter with a URI Property, Laurence Moroney using XPS to read, and Chris Hay with a SL Desktop App Launcher.
Don't forget: August 11th is the deadline for entries in the Silverlight Control Builder Contest '08... I know you're out there, I can hear you breathing... I want to see some great entries!!
Koen Zwikstra is having some issues with SilverlightSpy on x64 platforms and has posted Need help: Silverlight Spy on x64 platforms. Check it out... he's done a bunch of all of us, maybe somebody out there can help Koen!
Stay in the 'Light!
- Silverlight Networking - Using a proxy to overcome cross-domain-scripting troubles
- In his 5th article on SL Networking (you ARE paying attention and reading these, right?) ... Mark discussion the solution of using a proxy to resolve the problems he ended his 4th article with.
- Controlling your Treadmill from Silverlight - Part 2
- Page Brooks is continuing his investigation into controlling his Treadmill from Silverlight. Seriously folks, get your submittals in and give Page some relief :) ... interesting fun stuff ... but if I do this, where do I hang my shirts to dry?
- Tip of the Day #23 – How to Capture the Mouse Wheel Event
- Mike Snow shows how to use the HtmlPage object to capture MouseWheel information in your Silverlight... very cool and useful!
- Uri property in a Silverlight 2 UserControl
- Another short and extremely useful article is this one by Michael S. Scherotter showing how to implement a URI property in a User Control... I like how he started off one way, it didn't work, but he left it in and fixed it... saves us all that effort of saying "hey, why didn't he..."
- Read about Silverlight in XPS
- Laurence Moroney has implemented David Anson's XPS Viewer App that I've blogged about a bunch... Laurence has the first 3 chapters of his new book in the viewer ... so try out the viewer and try out the book... win/win!
- Silverlight Desktop Application Launcher
- Chris Hay has been investigating launching Silverlight from your desktop, and this is his first cut at something ready to show... interesting idea.. I can see this being used in demos.
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posted @ Wednesday, July 30, 2008 8:55 AM