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WynApse Mining the Web for Silverlight so YOU don't have to
In this Issue: Alex Knight, Michael Washington, Gavin Wignall, Tim Heuer, Shawn Wildermuth, Karl Shifflett(2), Mark Miller, The Silverlight Blog, René Schulte


In addition to the XAML Power Toys release noted below, Karl Shifflett also announced XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2008 v5.0.0.1 Released

Rob Eisenberg has announced Caliburn v1 RTW for WPF, Silverlight 2.0 and 3.0!

Shawn Wildermuth shares his material with us from his Second Week of European Conference Tour... like being there only not :)

Getting in-depth with SketchFlow
Alex Knight's latest tutorial is on SketchFlow, and he has a good intro going. He also has the project running on another page so you can directly play with it.
A Silverlight Upgrade Advisor
Michael Washington has a proof of concept up for an update advisor for his ADefHelpDesk that is written in Silverlight... pretty cool.
Using Behaviors to get things moving in Blend
For Number 18 in his "Learn Blend in a Month" Series, Gavin Wignall is discussing Behaviors and follows up with external links to other sites for Behaviors.
Silverlight Audio Player for WordPress
If you're using WordPress, Tim Heuer adapted Mark Heath's Silverlight Audio Player as a WordPress plugin.
Fun with CollectionViews
Shawn Wildermuth has a cool post up about the use of the PagedCollectionView class. Great example demonstrating grouping in a DataGrid.
XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2010 Beta2
Karl Shifflett wastes no time in updating his tools. He has XAML Power Toys updated for VS2010 B2 already.
XAML Power Toys for Visual Studio 2010 Beta2 Cider Designer
Karl Shifflett also has a post up about writing a "WPF and Silverlight platform neutral control designer". Great stuff, Karl!!
MVVM with Prism 101 – Part 4: Modules
Mark Miller has part 4 of his MVVM with Prism series up, and this one is on Modules or more definitively, how to implement IModule.
10 shortcuts worth discovering in Expression Blend 3
The Silverlight Blog has a set of 10 keyboard shortcuts up for Blend that will make you say "huh.. I didn't know that!"
Read Between The Pixels - HLSL Kill Pixel Shader
René Schulte is at it again with another Pixel Shader. For this one he turned to the Shazzam tool and produced a winner.

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