Another week has shot by. Didn't have any time to look at Silverlight although I have managed to download the Orcas Beta and get everything set-up so I'm good to go (whenever I find a spare moment).
Links that have caught my interest this week are:
- Ernie has created a cool plugin for reflector that allows you to easily peek under the hood of a Silverlight Application.
- Scott shows us how to get Silverlight applications to display in full screen mode.
- Jaime releases an early version of snoop for Silverlight 1.0
- Chris Craft gives a very good list of Silverlight Resources
- One of the biggest threads on the Silverlight forums concerns the lack of controls available with the current alpha. Dave Relyea has just published some layout controls he created.
- Came across this Mix Video that shows the New York Times reader working as a Silverlight App on the Mac.
- Came across the Silverlight Pad which allows you to change Xaml and see the change via the brower. Has some samples to give you an idea of how things work.
- Miguel de Icaza posts an update about Silverlight on the Mono Olive mailing list.
- Alexander Strauss shows how to get silverlight background transparency when developing with Orcas.
- Came across this post that gives an overview of the basics of a Silverlight Application.
- Doug provides a list of Silverlight resources.
- Ozzie shows you how to create a sidebar gadget with Silverlight.
- Shawn provides some details about the Silverlight Security model.
- Vivekd - posts a sample Silverlight toolbar.
- Mike Harsh has created a SilverlightPad and provides a link to the source.
- Scott talks about the basics of a Silverlight Control
- James talks about Harmony a Swf to Xaml conversion tool.
- Jamie announces a beta release of TestDriven.NET with support for Silverlight!
- Allan Naim is pointing out that Microsoft is offering free WF, WCF and WPF training.
- Microsoft have 101 Linq samples up on their site.
- Lawrence blogs about some new Moss templates.
- Benko lists a set of Moss Webcasts
- Blaine announces the May 2007 release of SCSF and on a comment on a related blog post Ohad announces that he is currently updating his SCSFWPF project (Allows you to create an application that is 100% WPF) so that it supports the May 2007 release. I wonder if SCSF will ever support Silverlight based applications :D
NaumaNauman announces an updated version of the Code Share Addin for Visual Studio 2005
- Bruce talks about the windows workflow foundation web workflow approvals starter kit.
- It looks like ThoughtWorks are about to release an Application for managing Agile IT Projects: Mingle - free for opensource projects and non-profit companies.
That's all for this week.