Charles Petzold shows how to extend the limited fluid UI capabilities of Silverlight 4 with new techniques so you too can dazzle users with those cool object entrances and transitions.
MSDN Magazine July 2010
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The pattern created by the interaction of two sine waves is a Lissajous curve - you've probably seen one on an oscilloscope. We'll show you how to make one in Silverlight for the Web or Windows Phone 7.
MSDN Magazine April 2011
Get a handle on the nuts and bolts of adding printing capabilities to your Silverlight apps as Charles walks through programs to print an ellipse, an image and a calendar.
MSDN Magazine May 2011
I read somewhere that MS has integrate SilverLight Toolkit into VS2010. Where is it? I can't find it under Toolbox.
Multi-touch has progressed from being a futuristic prop of sci-fi films to a mainstream means of user interface. We'll show you how support for multi-touch in Windows 7 has filtered down and settled into various areas of the .NET Framework.
MSDN Magazine August 2010
We discuss the latest incarnation of occasionally connected Silverlight applications, which come with a highly interactive user experience and can run either inside or outside of a browser.
Mark Bloodworth, Dave Brown
MSDN Magazine June 2010
Charles Petzold performs more UI magic by implementing a variation of the drag-and-drop that presents users with a natural, fluid look and feel.
The Silverlight Media Framework is an extensible and scalable video framework upon which you can create your own player experiences. We'll walk you through a custom player project that displays suggested videos for further viewing after the current video ends.
MSDN Magazine May 2010