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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jun 02, 2010 (1 week ago)
    Tim Heuer has created a Microsoft Translator client library for Silverlight and wanted to post this library at his blog so you could see it and eventually use it.

    In talking with the Translator team following MIX (where they announced they were working on a Silverlight class library for the API.  It was good to interact with their team to understand their direction and provide some feedback on how they were approaching it.  In the meantime, with their direction, I had started working on a simple wrapper for myself while writing the Translator for Seesmic plugin I was writing.  I’ve received a few inquiries on Translator so I thought I’d post my library here for you to see/use.

  • Working with Bing from Silverlight

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Dec 14, 2009 (6 months ago)
    In this post Gill Cleeren demonstrates how to create an application that works together with the services API exposed by

    Bing has a very rich API that we can use to incorporate search functionalities in our applications, including Silverlight applications. It allows us to use WCF (SOAP) and REST communication, because it exposes endpoints for both these technologies. In this particular example, I’m using the SOAP interface for communication using a WCF service. To get a complete overview of the functionalities, you can download the PDF describing the entire API at . It also contains some sample code.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Dan Moss  on  Oct 29, 2009 (7 months ago)
    Tags: Silverlight , Bing , Mapping , Storm Ideas
    Scottish Goverment data visualised by Storm Ideas Storm Ideas have completed a Silverlight Bing Mapping application and website for the Scottish Government visualising data for the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation.
  • LINQ to Bing, Silverlight and .NET RIA Services

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Aug 31, 2009 (9 months ago)
    In this post Nikhil Kothari demonstrates using BLinq or LINQ to Bing with .NET RIA Services in one of two ways: using .NET RIA Services end-to-end, and using BLinq within a DomainService, or using .NET RIA Services on the client (only) to access Bing directly from the client.

    In my last post, I described BLinq, or LINQ to Bing, an API that allows you use LINQ to access the Bing search results (ok, so perhaps BLinq was not the best of names, given prior art on that name ... but anyway). I also alluded to .NET RIA Services integration, which I'll cover in this installment. In fact, IQueryable and the LINQ pattern lie at the very heart of .NET RIA Services, in allowing developers to access data in a consistent manner not just on client or server but across client and server, and enabling code to compose queries naturally. If you haven't read the intro post, please take the few minutes to check out the LINQ snippets to get a general sense before continuing on.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Allen Newton  on  Aug 04, 2009 (10 months ago)
    Tags: Silverlight 3 , School , dorm , back2school , Windows , digital dorm , student , PCs , university , dormitory , Bing , Windows 7 , Zune HD , arc mouse , 2009 back to school , college
    Back2 School Digital Dorm

    Explore Microsoft's ideal 2009 digital dorm and learn about todays emerging technology for students including new features in Windows 7, Windows Mobile 6.5, Zune HD and more. With Microsoft Windows, students can have the ultimate campus experience.

  • 2 comments  /  posted by  Thanigainathan Siranjeevi  on  Jun 19, 2009 (11 months ago)

    I was working with one of the web application localization. I was searching with couple of translator's available with the web. The most popular of them are

    1. Google Translation Service

    2. Bing Translator Service

    I tried using the Google API for the web and it was pretty good. Then in recent times I came across Bing translator and tools link in them gave me the way to implement the Bing API. Bing is making a revolution in the search engines and so I liked to use that here.

    Following URL's are referred for this.

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