During the weekend I found several new examples about Silverlight. Because I'm running several Web sites that need any kind of diagrams I was happy to see these nice examples from Richard: JellyBar, JellyGraph and JellyPie.
Tamir Khason writes about right-to-left support for Silverlight, well, there is no built-in support right now.
Rob Conery is on Day 3 - Creating a Web Service-Enabled Login Control.
If you not already know how to make a Silverlight control transparent, Pete Brown has the answer for you.
As already discussed in some forums we wish to have Silverlight output support for Camtasia videos. If you like to have this supported with one click directly in Camtasia add your comment at their post.
Jason from VistaDB wrotes more about using VistaDB in Silverlight. In my post from Friday I was very anxious to see it running, but I already wrote that not every .NET application or library will run in Silverlight if it is 100% managed code. Silverlight has a very small subset of classes from .NET Framework. If you look at the .NET Compact Framework or .NET Micro Framework there is less supported in Silverlight. In Silverlight until today there is no support for sockets, hardware (i.e. like serial connections), ADO.NET, imaging,... The only way to access a database right now is to create a Web Service or run updates and selects using AJAX requests.