Current Category Subscribe to the RSS feed for this category
Silverlight
Parent Categories
All Categories
Laurent Bugnion,

I just pushed a new version of MVVM Light to Nuget. The new version is 4.1.27.0. The difference towards the previous version (4.1.26.1) and this one is that I am not depending on the CommonServiceLocator ...

Laurent Bugnion,

It seems it was only yesterday that I was writing about starting my 4th year at IdentityMine, and here we are now, more than a year later. The year 2012 has been particularly interesting for all of us ...

MOSSLover,

So I have been doing preliminary work for my iOS talk for a while, but did not get into the meat of the project until recently. One day I envision my talk uploading pictures from a camera on an iPhone ...

TATWORTH,

Jet Brains have announced ReSharper 7.1: a considerable update to the powerful .NET developer productivity tool for Visual Studio. They invite you to download ReSharper 7.1 and take it for a free 30-day ...

MOSSLover,

So I have been standing at the end of a fork for a year peering down a corner looking at this way and that way trying to figure out where I fit in. I was so enthusiastic and excited about Silverlight when ...

Aligned,

I get to be a part of a project that is re-writing dashboards from a Flash implementation to all HTML5. Our lead developer liked the Wijmo gadgets (as do I), so I've been putting the gadgets to the test. ...

Aligned,

I'm moving to a different location and computer for work, so for my own sake (and maybe yours) I'm documenting it here. http://www.elapser.net/Defa... Time tracking written in Silverlight by my friend ...

D'Arcy Lussier,

I try to limit these types of blog posts – the ones where I communicate some change as if I have a loyal subscriber base that will be somehow affected. Still, I think its of worth if for nothing else than ...

Anthony Trudeau,

Last week version 4.0 of NDepend was released. NDepend is a Visual Studio add-in designed for intense code analysis with the goal of high quality code. A month ago I wrapped up my evaluation of the previous ...

ssoolsma,

Whenever I start a new project I *always* break up my code in different projects. Also known as n-tier solution. The scale of the project doesn't matter, but make sure that each project is responsible ...