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Mike Taulty: 44 Amazing Silverlight 2.0 Screencasts

Mike Taulty recently uploaded and amazing collection of Silverlight 2.0 screencasts on how Silverlight works, controls, File IO, networking, UI design,  data-binding, interacting with HTML pages, and more. If you want to learn about Silverlight, this set of screencasts should definitely help!

- The full list of screencasts:


  1. Silverlight - Hello World
  2. Silverlight - Anatomy of an Application
  3. Silverlight - The VS Environment
  4. Silverlight - Content Controls
  5. Silverlight - Built-In Controls
  6. Silverlight - Width, Height, Margins, Padding, Alignment
  7. Silverlight - Using a GridSplitter
  8. Silverlight - Grid Layout
  9. Silverlight - StackPanel Layout
  10. Silverlight - Canvas Layout
  11. Silverlight - Databinding UI to .NET Classes
  12. Silverlight - Simple Styles
  13. Silverlight - Custom Types in XAML
  14. Silverlight - Binding with Conversion
  15. Silverlight - List Based Data Binding
  16. Silverlight - Simple User Control
  17. Silverlight - Templating a Button
  18. Silverlight - Resources from XAP/DLL/Site Of Origin
  19. Silverlight - Animations & Storyboards
  20. Silverlight - Uploads with WebClient
  21. Silverlight - Downloads with WebClient
  22. Silverlight - Calling HTTPS Web Services
  23. Silverlight - Calling Web Services
  24. Silverlight - Making Cross Domain Requests
  25. Silverlight - Using HttpWebRequest
  26. Silverlight - File Dialogs and User Files
  27. Silverlight - Using Sockets
  28. Silverlight - Using Isolated Storage
  29. Silverlight - .NET Code Modifying HTML
  30. Silverlight - Using Isolated Storage Quotas
  31. Silverlight - Calling JavaScript from .NET
  32. Silverlight - Evaluating JavaScript from .NET Code
  33. Silverlight - Handling HTML Events in .NET Code
  34. Silverlight - Handling .NET Events in JavaScript
  35. Silverlight - Calling .NET from JavaScript
  36. Silverlight - Displaying a Custom Splash Screen
  37. Silverlight - Passing Parameters from your Web Page
  38. Silverlight - Loading Media at Runtime
  39. Silverlight - Dynamically Loading Assemblies/Code
  40. Silverlight - Reading/Writing XML
  41. Silverlight - Multiple Threads with BackgroundWorker
  42. Silverlight - Insert/Update/Delete with the DataGrid
  43. Silverlight - Getting Started with the DataGrid
  44. Silverlight - Embedding Custom Fonts

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  • Lloyd HumphreysItslloydhere Wales.. FTW
    I met Mike once, at a SL introduction that was part of the VS08 pre-launch event. Really nice feller.
  • figuerresfiguerres ???
    WOW!

    One thing:  I like the Silverlight thing he did to show several of his screencasts,  it would be sweet if we could take that and add a few tewaks and use it for all of them.

    http://www.miketaulty.com/SLVideos.html

    not sure if the ones there and the ones here are the same or different.... looks like that page has the first ones and here the list is longer.
  • Mike Taultymtaulty Mike Taulty

    Hi,

    Yes, they are the same videos. I've copied them to C9 as we ( i.e. the MSDN guys in the UK ) are trying to use C9 for our screencasting in the future as a way of keeping everything in one place and, hopefully, reaching a lot of people with them Smiley

    Also, that Silverlight app that I built is a little "fragile" in that I built it on B1 and had to do a quick port to B2 so I'd like to shut that down at some point and just leave the videos here on C9 but, for now, I'll leave the app so that links like yours still work.

    Cheers!

    Mike

  • figuerresfiguerres ???
    Hey!  Mike,  I like the use of SL to list and show the vids.
    I was thinking that something like that with a bit more features would be cool.

    the current vids here do not use a sl player just windows media player, are they going to be wrapped in a sl player later?

    I like the sl scruber so I can FF and backup to catch details.
  • Amazing, keep up the good work Smiley
  • Maddus MattusMaddus Mattus Maddus on C9, Is often ​controversi​al, But fun ​none-the-​less -​evildictait​or
    Very nice indeed Smiley

    Will look at all 44 when I have the time Wink
  • Flash can playback dynamically generated audio. Can I do that with Silverlight 2.0?
  • Very nice work Mike!!

    Can learn lot of stuff here.

    Thanks.
  • Top notch stuff.  Well done!

  • Pg77Pg77 The eternal ​newbie/novi​ce
    Hello Sir,

    These video's are a tremenous contribution. This is exactly what my team and I have been hunting for.

    Thank you.
  • nmarcelnmarcel How much near The Singularity is?
    Suggestion: Put a video about Error Handling including async web services request and things like that.
  • BasBas It finds lightbulbs.
    These are a godsend. Thanks Mike!
  • Thanks Mike. I am following your casts and they are really amazing. Keep up the good work!!

  • Well done.  Do you have the source code available to download for these screencasts?

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