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  • SilverlightShow with a new Facebook page

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Nov 18, 2010 (2 days ago)

    We are happy to announce that SilverlightShow just moved to a new page on Facebook. SilverlightShow is always up-to-date with the most interesting and helpful information. Our main purpose is to provide you with quality content and be as useful as we can. Join our page on Facebook in order to:

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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Sep 10, 2010 (2 months ago)
    Tags: MEF , XAML , WPF , Twitter , Facebook , Tim Heuer
    Tim Heuer announces that Seesmic just launched Seesmic Desktop, a refreshed platform for interacting with various social media outlets like Twitter, Facebook, Google Buzz, etc.

    Source: Method ~ of ~ failed

    In introducing the concept of plugins, it was made clear that the Seesmic Desktop Platform (SDP) would be leveraging the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF) that was to be included as a part of Silverlight. Seesmic would define MEF contracts that as long as developers adhered to them (and of course implemented any required interfaces for actual functionality) then the plugin would be able to extend the platform. The most grandiose idea can be simply stated as if you don’t like how Twitter is represented in Seesmic, fine…change it. Of course, I suspect most people will be just fine with their implementation and choose to extend in other areas as I’ve done.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Apr 19, 2010 (7 months ago)
    Tim Heuer announces that Seesmic have a new Seesmic Desktop platform. 

    The best part?  It’s built on Silverlight 4 and the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF)!  This is awesome news for those of us who have been using various clients that have been locked down to specific use scenarios.  There always is a few things I want/need/etc in software and it’s great now that (at least in this space) I can change things I don’t like.

    That’s right, Seesmic Desktop is moving more toward a “shell” concept (my words, not theirs) where they provide some defaults but also extensibility points for anyone to replace and/or extend.  Don’t like the way they implemented Twitter?  Fine, change it (or search for a better plugin).

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Paul Yanez  on  Mar 26, 2010 (7 months ago)
    Paul Yanez has published part 2 of “Building a Windows Phone 7 Twitter Application using Silverlight in Blend 4″.

    In this tutorial we will build a Twitter user profile screen. You will be able to display the user image, follower count, friend count, status post count, user description and load the user page background image.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Paul Yanez  on  Mar 22, 2010 (8 months ago)
    Paul Yanez has published a tutorial in which he builds a Windows Phone 7 Twitter application.

    First I would like to say that the code is from Scott Gu’s article Building a Windows Phone 7 Twitter Application using Silverlight. I am very excited that Silverlight will soon be capable of working on Windows Phones. Designing for the phone brings numerous design and user experience problems not associated with the average 20-30 inch computer monitors. About 6 months ago I began tackling those problems in my previous Blend tutorials for layout, animation and video within a iPhone interface.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 19, 2010 (8 months ago)
    In this post, Scott Guthrie demonstrates how to build a "Hello, World" and  a “Twitter” Windows Phone 7 Applications using Silverlight.

    On Monday I had the opportunity to present the MIX 2010 Day 1 Keynote in Las Vegas (you can watch a video of it here).  In the keynote I announced the release of the Silverlight 4 Release Candidate (we’ll ship the final release of it next month) and the VS 2010 RC tools for Silverlight 4.  I also had the chance to talk for the first time about how Silverlight and XNA can now be used to build Windows Phone 7 applications.

    During my talk I did two quick Windows Phone 7 coding demos using Silverlight – a quick “Hello World” application and a “Twitter” data-snacking application.  Both applications were easy to build and only took a few minutes to create on stage.  Below are the steps you can follow yourself to build them on your own machines as well.

  • Silverlight TV 17: Build a Twitter Client for Windows Phone 7 with Silverlight

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 18, 2010 (8 months ago)
    Mike Harsh comes back to Silverlight TV to show John Papa how easy it is to develop a real world application for Windows Phone 7 Series (WP7) using Silverlight. 

    Within a matter of minutes, Mike has developed and started running a functional WP7 twitter application that makes cross domain calls. He demonstrates how to design the interface using the designer and tools in Visual Studio 2010 Express for Windows Phone, and writes the event handlers to hook into a Twitter API. The key point of this demo is how easy it is to develop for WP7 with Silverlight. 

  • Putting Silverlight tweets on the map

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 15, 2010 (8 months ago)
    Andrej Tozon is happy to announce that the Twitter Maps application has been updated to allow embedding custom Twitter maps on web sites. 

    The process of creating a custom Twitter map is fairly easy, these are the steps for creating a Silverlight tweets map.

  • Silverlight MVP List on Twitter

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Nov 27, 2009 (11 months ago)
    Tags: MVP , Twitter
    John Papa created a new Silverlight MVP Twitter list to make it easier to follow all of the Silverlight MVPs and the evangelists.

    The Silverlight MVP community is notorious at sharing information through blogs and Twitter. [...]

    You can follow the entire group using this link: www.twitter.com/john_papa/SilverlightMVP.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Cristian Lupu  on  Oct 09, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Twelups Twelups is a Silverlight web application created by Cristian Lupu. It uses Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control and is a mashup for twitter which displays public and friend's tweets positionated on a map based on their location.

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