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Silverlight

  1. 1. A presentation by
  2. 2. contents I.  what is Silverlight? II.  what does it look like? III.  what does it all mean? IV.  who uses Silverlight? V.  want to get some? A presentation by
  3. 3. what is Silverlight? presentation frameworks web browser plug-in (runtime) offers RIA (rich internet application) capabilities such as animation, richer vector graphics, and multimedia support developed under the name “Windows Presentation Foundation/Everywhere” WPF/E developed to compete with Adobe Flash, Flex, Shockwave & JavaFX Secure Sandbox (isolated storage, no way out, client based file uploads) A presentation by
  4. 4. what is Silverlight? XAML/.Net Based Technology XML/XAML defines presentation, Logic scriptable in Javascript (AJAX) Supports WMA, WMV, MP3 content Works with All Versions of Safari, Firefox, IE for Mac OS X and Windows Will have mobile support on Windows Mobile 6 and Symbian Version 2.0 program logic can be written in any .Net Language (VB, C#), Ruby and Python A presentation by
  5. 5. what is Silverlight? tools to build Silverlight apps: 
 
 




.NET
Visual
Studio
 Expression
Studio
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  6. 6. what does it look like? .NET Visual Studio A presentation by
  7. 7. what does it look like? Expression Studio: Design A presentation by
  8. 8. what does it look like? Expression Studio: Blend A presentation by
  9. 9. what does it all mean? media capabilities: up to HD Video Quality (720p) support for Interactive Overlays/ Animations SMPTE Standard VC-1, WMA, WMV, MP3 Live Streaming or On Demand (download) A presentation by
  10. 10. what does it all mean? features: controls –  Button –  TextBox –  Scrollbar –  Slider –  ListBox –  CheckBox –  RadioButton –  ComboBox –  TreeView –  RichTextBox –  DataGrid –  UserControl A presentation by
  11. 11. what does it all mean? features: layout –  Canvas –  Grid –  StackPanel –  ViewBox A presentation by
  12. 12. what does it all mean? features: other –  Mouse events –  Keyboard events –  Resource dictionary –  Data binding –  Styling –  3D vector graphics –  GPU h/w accel. –  Out of Browser –  Offline –  Cross-platform A presentation by
  13. 13. what does it all mean? arguments for Silverlight/.NET in browser –  Mul1‐Language
Support
 –  High
Performance
Run1me
 –  Rich
UI
Controls,
Graphics,
Media,
Interac1vity
 –  HTML
DOM
Integra1on
 –  Advanced
Networking
 –  Flexible
Data
Support
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  14. 14. who uses Silverlight? sample Silverlight apps hOp://silverlight.net/samples/1.0/GrandPiano/default.html
 hOp://bubblemark.com/wpfe.htm
 hOp://silverlight.net/samples/1.0/sprawl/default.html
 hOp://odetocode.com/aimages/200705/verlet/default.htm
 hOp://sirius2.intersoWpt.com/
 hOp://nerdplusart.com/
 hOp://www.tv.autocosmos.com.mx/
 hOp://silverlight.net/Showcase/
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  15. 15. want to get some? hello@momentumdesignlab.com


 
 

 
 
 
 

 
 
 










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