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If you're unfamiliar with Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), building that first Silverlight custom control can be a daunting experience. This article walks through the process.
MSDN Magazine August 2008
To implement Silverlight in ASP.NET pages, you can encapsulate your Silverlight elements in ASP.NET controls. Here's how.
MSDN Magazine January 2008
I'm wondering, if somebody got some code or thoughts for selecting multiple control displayed on tab page and drag & drop control on tab page it self. Something like on windows desktop, where you can draw a rectangel with mouse cursor to select folder
and files. Also, drag folder or files to different location.
Hello! I cannot place controls on form and set them to be resized on resizing whole window (or when it is maximized).
I have a ListView at the bottom (docked to bottom border), a TabControl at the leftside (docked left) and all other area should be filled by one more control - WebBrowser. But if I dock it to FILL all area it goes behind tabcontrol and listview... what am
I doing wrong here?
Like Ajax control toolkit, where can I find a good website for tons of free jQuery-based controls such as drop down lists, toggle buttons, ?
i hope they have nice graphics and such.
I'm exploring WCF, trying to find my feet and decide if it's the right architecture for our project. We are looking at having a WCF service that provides a central point of access for various clients, including WinForms, ASP.NET and Silverlight 4. We are
using self-tracking entities (STEs).
I have tested out a solution in which I can have a WCF service and use it from WinForms and ASP.NET without any problems. I used the STE T4 template, and put the STEs in their own class library, which I referenced from the client project. This all worked
I ran into trouble trying to build a Silverlight 4 client to access the same WCF service. It seems that SL can't reference a non-SL project, so I can't use the same STE project as I used in the other client. I added a SL class library, hoping I could use
that in the non-SL clients, but this didn't work.
So, it looks like I am going to have to have two separate WCF services, one that sends out plain old STEs, and one that uses a SL version if I want to get this to work. Frankly this is unacceptable, and one of the main points of having a single point of
access was consistency. If we have to maintain two separate services, we lose a lot of that.
I have searched in vain for an answer to this, which surprises me as I would have expected many people to want to do such a thing.
I just installed sliverlight 3 tools on my machine. I see the silverlight xaml controls faded or disabled in the visual studio 2008 toolbox. I wonder why? The same thing is happening on my other machine that has Visual studio 2010 installed with silverlight4 tools on it.
Anybody has some helpful hints on this?
Hi. I'd like to add a datagrid in silverlight that it's data source is a cmsPage. Now the existing system is a projectLess website that uses the 3 tier architecture to retrive cmsPages (ASP.Net 4.0). How can I connect the datagrid user control in the silverlight application to the Buisness logic layer? The other alternative I see is sending to the usercontrol a dataset - how do I accomplish that?
Thanks in advance,
I'd like to know how (and if) I can integrate silverlight generated user controls in a non-silverlight projectless website (built in ASP.NET 4.0)
also, How can I access a dataset that is edited on a silverlight gridview control?
Thanks a lot!
Please provide me with guidance as to the best provider of commercially available controls for the Microsoft development environements, specifically the WPF and Silverlight platforms. So far my internet research has given me the following:http://www.telerik.comhttp://www.divelements.co.ukhttp://www.netikatech.comhttp://www.syncfusion.comI would appreciate feedback on whether there are others worth looking at and opinion on which provides the best value for developersThanksRenier