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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Emil Stoychev  on  Nov 24, 2008 (more than a year ago)
    Tags: Twitter , Silvester

    We’ve just published Silvester on CodePlex! Now you can freely contribute to the project, suggest features, download the source code or just say what you think about it.

    Don’t forget that you can easily integrate Silvester in your web site/blog – it is a beautiful addition to your personal place. In its current release, Silvester is fully customizable so you can easily fit it to your blog’s theme. Now go ahead and get the snippet!

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Nov 18, 2008 (more than a year ago)
    Tags: Silvester , Silverlight Twitter widget , Live Search API , Web Site Clean Up Check List , Silverlight Related Skills , NumericUpDown Control in Silverlight Toolkit , Page Turner , Combining Different Separated Presentation Patterns

    Silvester  – The Silverlight Twitter Widget - can be used on your site again! Just copy the code snippet and you are ready to go.

    The Live Search API was recently updated to version 2.0, and you may notice some changes when you use it with Silverlight. In the blog of Andy Beaulieu you can find a quick and dirty step-by-step on how to interact with the new API.

    When creating a Silverlight application with a web site there are a number of cleanups you will want to perform. To help you do this Mike Snow has written his new tip: New Silverlight 2 Web Site Clean Up Check List”.

    Jesse Liberty is starting a series of posts in which he will show skills needed for intermediate or advanced Silverlight development that are not strictly part of Silverlight. Check the first one: “Silverlight Related Skills – Post #1”.

    Ning Zhang has written a great tutorial about the NumericUpDown Control in Silverlight Toolkit. There are NumericUpDown or similar controls on Win32, WinForm and other platforms, but this is something new to WPF and Silverlight.

    Jonas Follesoe has published one narrow article about Combining Different Separated Presentation Patterns. In this blog post you can see how the Supervising Controller pattern can be combined with a Model-View-ViewModel pattern to implement drag-and-drop functionality. The specific example uses WPF, but the same concepts apply for Silverlight 2 applications as well.

    Mitsu Furuta (from Microsoft France) updated his Page Turner for Silverlight 2 RTM. Now Gerard Leblanc will explain you how to use it.

  • 36 comments  /  posted by  Emil Stoychev  on  Jun 25, 2008 (more than a year ago)

    Are you a fan of Twitter? Personally I'm, but I'm also a fan of Silverlight. Twitter has a couple of Flash and HTML badges (a.k.a widgets) you can get and put on your blog to let your visitors know what you are up to in the moment. However, Twitter does not have a Silverlight widget. What negligence! :) If you are like me and want not a Flash, but a Silverlight widget on your blog go ahead and read on how you can build one by yourself or just copy the text below to use it.

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