Posts tagged ‘.NET’

Using Video Markers in Silverlight

Learn how to use video markers in Silverlight; to set captions/subtitles for a video.

What’s New in Silverlight 5? – Performance and Other Improvements

In this article, we’ll have a brief discussion of the performance, networking, and other improvements in Silverlight 5.

What’s New in Silverlight 5? – Elevated-Trust Changes

In this article, we’ll have a brief discussion of the new features in elevated-trust applications in Silverlight 5.

What’s New in Silverlight 5? – Media Changes

In this article, we’ll have a brief discussion of the new features in media stack in Silverlight 5.

What’s New in Silverlight 5? – Graphics Changes

In this article, we’ll have a brief discussion of the new features in graphics stack in Silverlight 5.

What’s New in Silverlight 5? – Control and Text Improvements

In this article, we’ll have a brief discussion of the new features of controls and text in Silverlight 5.

What’s New in Silverlight 5? – XAML Changes

In this article, we’ll have a brief discussion of the new XAML features of Silverlight 5.

What’s New in Silverlight 5?

Step by step in Silverlight 5, lots of demos and samples available.

Introduction to Microsoft Silverlight

In this article we’ll have a brief introduction to Microsoft Silverlight, see how it fits with other technologies today, and watch it in action. Get ready!

Examples of COM Automation in Silverlight 4

In the previous lesson we talked about COM automation support introduced in Silverlight 4 and we said that COM automation is available only for Silverlight OOB (Out-of-Browser) applications that have Elevated Trust, and that’s one of the security restrictions imposed by Silverlight.

Today, we’re going to talk about COM automation in more details and give few Silverlight examples that make use of this great feature.

Introducing COM Automation in Silverlight 4

In April 2010 Silverlight 4 was released to the world with one of its great features ever, COM-automation support, that allows you to create cutting-edge applications that do everything you can imagine.

[UPDATE] Added JSON support for the bit.ly API client

Updated the article “Consuming URL Shortening Services – bit.ly”.

Building Applications that Can Talk

In this article we are going to explore the Speech API library that’s part of the TTS SDK that helps you reading text and speaking it. We’re going to see how to do it programmatically using C# and VB.NET and how to make use of LINQ to make it more interesting. The last part of this article talks about…… won’t tell you more, let’s see!

Configuring ASP.NET with IIS

The problem arises when you install IIS after installing ASP.NET. If you do this, IIS will configure itself for the ASP.NET version that ships with your Windows edition that might be an older version (e.g. version 2.0) and you won’t be able to run any web application built using a later version of ASP.NET.

MSP Tech Academy

MSP Tech Academy aims to help all who interested in technology to build up their technical skills and help them to be ready to IT market. Our free online sessions will start on February 1st, 2011. Be sure to join us.