14 Silverlight Articles You Must Read on DotNetCurry

Posted by: Minal Agarwal , on 10/29/2009, in Category Silverlight 2, 3, 4 and 5
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Abstract: If you have missed out on some top articles of Silverlight 3 on dotnetcurry.com, then this is a must read for you. In this post, we have compiled 14 articles written by our authors on Silverlight 3.
14 Silverlight Articles You Must Read on DotNetCurry
 
Silverlight is a cross-browser, cross-platform and cross-device browser plug-in that enables developers to create Rich Internet Applications (RIA) and experiences on the Web.
In this post, we have compiled 14 articles written by our authors on Silverlight 3 that we recommend you must read. We assume that you already know Silverlight. If you are new to Silverlight 3, check this link to get started with Silverlight.
Silverlight 3 and RIA Services - Part I – Part 1 of this article demonstrates how to use the new RIA services with Silverlight 3 to display data.
Silverlight and RIA Services - Part II - Part II of this article demonstrates how to use the new RIA services with Silverlight 3 to insert, update and delete data.
Grouping in Silverlight 3 DataGrid - DataGrid is a very useful and powerful control whether used in a Windows or a Web application. Grouping data is a very common requirement in the DataGrid. In Silverlight 3 DataGrid, we can now group records with ease. In this article, we will first explore how to group data from a static datasource. Later on, we will then connect to database and group the data from the database.
Silverlight 3 – Dynamically Loading and Merging Resource Dictionary - This article explains how to dynamically load and merge resource dictionaries declared inside the Silverlight 3 applications and inside the external Silverlight library.
Expression Blend 3 and the New 'Make Into Control' Feature – This article demonstrates how to use Expression Blend 3 to draw an object with a pencil and make that into a clickable button.
Silverlight RIA Services and AutoCompleteBox – This article demonstrate how to use the AutoCompleteBox control in conjunction with RIA Services.
Silverlight and WCF Deployment Gotcha - This article demonstrates how to overcome deployment issues when using Silverlight and WCF websites.
Silverlight and DOM events - Recently I have been focusing on how Silverlight and JavaScript work well together, and the following article shows how to attach Document Object Model (DOM) events to .NET event handlers in Silverlight.
Using Silverlight 3 to Detect Network Changes – Part I - Part I of this article demonstrates how to use the networking features in Silverlight to detect network changes.
Silverlight, Isolated Storage, RIA and Network Changes - Part II - Part II of this article demonstrates how to use save data locally using isolated storage, then update the database using RIA services once you’re back online.
Read and Display ASP.NET Query Strings using Silverlight - This article demonstrates how to read and display ASP.NET query strings using Silverlight.
Silverlight 3 Out of Browser Feature - This article demonstrates how to use the out of browser feature in Silverlight 3.
Silverlight 3 Element Binding – This article demonstrates how to use the element binding feature in Silverlight 3.
Silverlight 3 SketchFlow DataBindingThis article demonstrates how to use SketchFlow to bind data to your controls.
I hope you found this Silverlight 3 link list useful and I thank you for viewing it.
 
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Comment posted by chenkai on Thursday, May 27, 2010 2:42 AM
nice! Ria just still update Version 1.0. that have some useage question in the enterprise project
so you can try socket.

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