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Silverlight is a free plug-in, powered by the .NET framework for creating engaging, interactive user experiences for Web and mobile applications. Silverlight was discontinued and HTML5 is the way ahead.

So far, we have published 102 Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 4447670 (Four Million Four Hundred Forty Seven Thousand Six Hundred Seventy) developers and architects.

Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 62116
Abstract: Silverlight 5, the latest version of Microsoft's browser plug-in comes with significant improvements with respect to Controls, Text, Dialog, Performance and data-binding. In this article, we will take an overview of some of the new Silverlight 5 features.
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Abstract: In this article we will see how to encode video files and add Markers and Thumbnails using Microsoft Expression Encoder 4.0. After encoding the media, we will use it an ASP.NET web site.
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 91208
Abstract: The advantage of WCF Data Services is that any client application can now make a call to the WCF services and interact with the SharePoint object model. It is not necessary for the end-user to directly log-in to the SharePoint Web Site application and work on it. WCF Data Services provided in SharePoint 2010 helps to implement integration based application with other client applications.
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 84171
Abstract: This article demonstrates how to expose your Workflow based business processes as a Service and use a Browser client like Silverlight 4 to subscribe to it
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Abstract: Silverlight 5 RC Implicit Templates are DataTemplates and are associated with a specific DataType. They are a powerful addition to the Silverlight 5 templating abilities and in this article, we will explore the same
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 87065
Abstract: The Silverlight DataGrid has lots of events for User Interaction. One of the event provided is PreparingCellForEdit, which is raised when a cell in the DataGrid column enters Editing mode. During this event, the DataGridCell is templated as the TextBox control and we can then manipulate data within the textbox. In this article, I have used the ‘PreparingCellForEdit’ event to apply a style on the DataGrid Cell
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 86621
Abstract: DataTemplates in Silverlight are typically used for visual representation of your data. They are particularly useful when you are binding an ItemsControl such as a ListBox to a collection. I was recently asked to make use of a DataTemplate on a ListBox at runtime, for performing Update operations. In this article, I have demonstrated how to declare DataTemplates in XAML and to read and apply them at runtime
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 78145
Abstract: Microsoft Excel is a popular product and it’s very common for end-users to expect a similar experience in any grid like control they use. The same goes for the Silverlight DataGrid where users expect a similar experience when it comes to filtering records. In this article, to create an excel filtering like experience in a Silverlight DataGrid, I am using a ControlTemplate using which you can add any kind of a UI element like the ComboxBox in the header.
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 64835
Abstract: This article demonstrated how to define a custom behavior and extend the functionality of the Silverlight controls like the TextBox
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 130540
Abstract: In this link list, I plan to share 70 Silverlight Tutorials written by authors of DotNetCurry and DevCurry that should be helpful for every Silverlight developer out there.
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 38019
Abstract: In a real world application, many-a-times it is required that the application performs a two-way communication i.e. the client application sends request to the service and then service should have capability to initiate action itself and send the data back to the client. In Silverlight, we can perform this kind of operation using Socket programming as well as using Duplex bindings. In Silverlight 4.0, we can do this using net.tcp binding. In this small article, I have used Polling Duplex communication
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 60745
Abstract: This article demonstrates how to upload multiple files to the server using Silverlight 4.0
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 50294
Abstract: In this article, we will see how to run an Elevated Trust Application within the Browser using Silverlight 5 Beta. For this demonstration, we will first create a Silverlight application by using Visual Studio 2010 with Silverlight Version 5.
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 49513
Abstract: With the support for Prism 4 and the growing popularity of Silverlight 4 for line-of-business application development, there is a lot of buzz amongst developers to use the new features these technologies has to offer. So for example, I have observed that the demand for providing a simple and more interactive UX for developing DML UI using DataGrid is increasing. In this article, we will cover just that. I have explained the mechanism for performing CRUD operations using the Silverlight 4 DataGrid and have used SL 4, Prism 4 and WCF 4.0, along with DataGrid Custom behavior.
Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5 Views: 49249
Abstract: In this article, we will see how to use the Prism Event Aggregator mechanism in Silverlight applications to communicate between two views of different modules
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