- Detect Silverlight - Detect
if Silverlight is installed.
- Silverlight VR360 - This
live example will guide you through the creation of a Silverlight
application that will allow a user to rotate an object that you create, a full
360 degrees along both axis.
- Silverlight Control Tutorial
- Various methods exists for creating Silverlight XAML objects. Many of
these methods dynamically create XAML. The problem that arises is that this
XAML cannot be edited with a designer such a Expression Blend. This tutorial
contains a simplified implementation of Justin-Josef Angel's "Silverlight
Controls - The path to reusable XAML" which describes a method to create
XAML objects in a designer editable .xaml file that is paired with a
- Silverlight Control 2 - This is an extended version of the
Silverlight Control Tutorial. It
demonstrates how to get a reference to the controls created so you can detect
what was clicked and manipulate the object.
SilverlightToolBar - A Toolbar that uses individual controls using
techniques covered in the previous tutorials. Simply add a picture and a
website address to the array to add additional items.
More Silverlight 4 at:
Setting .xap MIME Type for Silverlight 2.0