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  • Adventures in Silverlight 3 Multi-touch, Part I

    0 comments  /  posted by  Ilia Iordanov  on  Aug 18, 2009 (2 months ago)
    Tags: Jeff , tutorial , multi-touch , silverlight

    The Multi-touch process is in the focus of the Jeff's tutorial.

    After reading a recent blog post from Tim Heuer that covers Silverlight 3 multi-touch, I got my interest piqued. I had wanted to play around with multi-touch computing for a while, and it seems like Silverlight 3 just dropped an affordable way to do that right into my lap. The next few blog posts I do will cover my experiments with Silverlight 3 multi-touch.

  • Build a Simple Twitter client using Silverlight 2

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 23, 2009 (7 months ago)

    Shoban Kumar will show you how to build a simple Twitter client in Silverlight.

    We will also learn the shortcomings of WebClient Class in Silverlight. ScottGu’s Silverlight 2 End to End Tutorial: Building a Digg Search Client is a wonderful article to start learning about Silverlight and its various controls. If you are new to Silverlight, I recommend you to read that article before you start building the Twitter Client shown here. For this article, I assume you have some experience in creating Silverlight projects and have worked with WebServices.

  • Using Easing to apply acceleration or inertia to an animation in Silverlight

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 17, 2009 (7 months ago)

    Gavin Wignall has a new tutorial in which he explains how to make three balls animating along the same distance over the same time. You can download the example files to this article here.

    The ‘easing’ feature in Blend allows us to add acceleration or inertia to an animation. In other words, instead of a constant speed we can make an object speed up and slow down during its path while still taking the same time to reach its destination. This effect can really bring animations to life, mimicking how objects work in real life.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 17, 2009 (7 months ago)

    Alex Knight has written a very useful tutorial on how to manipulate a ScrollViewer control to create a nice easy picture viewer.

     This tutorial will require Expression Blend with Silverlight 2 updates, it also includes some pretty advanced template editing so a basic knowledge on skinning will help greatly.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 13, 2009 (8 months ago)

    Alex Knight has posted a tutorial on how to create a fiery button.

    This tutorial will show you how to create a button template that looks like it has a fire lurking inside.

    For this tutorial we will start off in Expression Design to create the graphics for the button, then we will move into Expression Blend to create the button template and animate it.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jan 22, 2009 (9 months ago)

    Here is one Silverlight tip from Mike Snow about how to dynamically load a control from a DLL. This is a nice Silverlight tutorial that deserves your attention.


    “If you have a large game or application it might be wise to break it up into smaller components that can be downloaded on demand. This way your customers are not stuck waiting for a large download to complete when first connecting to your application. In this tip I will show you how to load a Silverlight control from a DLL, create an instance of the control and add it to your Silverlight application.”