Category Archives: Silverlight

SCREENCAST: Adding Closed Captioning to video using Silverlight, ASP.NET AJAX, WCF and an external data source

In my previous Silverlight Closed Captioning screencast here, I showed you how to use Expression Encoder to import Closed Captioning information to produce a solution without writing a line of code.  What if you store your Closed Captioning information in … Continue reading

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Pete’s at it again: Silverlight 1.1 TreeView and Animated Wrap Panel Controls with Source Code

If you haven’t been paying attention to Pete Brown’s blog, then you are missing out.  Pete continues to crank out great stuff on Silverlight.  Have a look at his blog for more. Direct link to TreeView/WrapPanel post here.   Technorati … Continue reading

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Deploying Silverlight in the Enterprise

I just came across this whitepaper via Tim Sneath.  Definitely a must read for enterprises who want to deploy Silverlight.  Details here.

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Silverlight 1.0 Released and Silverlight for Linux Announced

I know everyone and their sister will be blogging this today so sorry if you’ve already read this a bagillion times.  Scott Guthrie has the details here.  The coolest thing is that we are officially endorsing the Moonlight project so … Continue reading

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Full JavaScript Intellisense for Silverlight 1.0

Visual Studio 2008 has this great new JavaScript Intellisense feature.  Now with this addon from Justin Angel, who is an MVP from Israel, you can get full JavaScript Intellisense for Sivlerlight. 

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WEBCAST FOLLOW UP: Introduction to Microsoft Silverlight for Developers

Thanks to everyone who attended.  Sorry about the audio difficulties.  Unfortunately, there isn’t much I can do once the webcast starts.  The deck is here.  The code is here.  You will need Microsoft Silverlight 1.1 Alpha Refresh, Visual Studio 2008 … Continue reading

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SCREENCAST: Adding Closed Captioning to video using Expression Media Encoder (EME) and Silverlight

Do you have a need to produce cross browser video with Closed Captioning that targets both Windows and the Mac?  If so, then check out my screencast which shows you how to do it here. 

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