Comment? You two cover the subject so completely that there is nothing left to say.
No streaming for me, I'm on a 1.5mbps DSL connection.
I've been downloading videos for years but for the last month or so, it been getting worse and now impossible. I am not having this problem with other sites ie. silvewrlight.net.
Thank you for asking.
Please post the video to YouTube. Trying to watch or download it is imposible. What's up with your bandwidth?
also impossible for me. I'm too old to wait 25 minutes for an mp4 to download!
Jul 26, 2010 at 7:51 PM
1.5 hour to download - too long to wait
Off topic a little
The following is mostly egnorance and only a little stupidity.
If my SL site is hosted by HostingX.com how do I turn on basic auth?
Here it was done in IIS manager, I don't have that kind of access on a hosted site. (do I ?)
messaging cross many areas of expertise. Set up/purchase access to the server with the framwork , write the code, deploy the matching software framework 3.X, It would be very helpfull to see ALL the step necessary to make a SL.X site wrok with these videos.
Am I thinking right? I can ues the HttpWebRequest/Response APIs to send a querry to the server, run the querry over a large XML file on the server and returns just the xml nodes I wish to display/manupulte on the client. A poor mans data base call? Is there anything really wrong with doing this?
Mike's Videos are always very helpful for people like myself - self taught and still learning.
- He always starts at the beginning - assuming I know little.
- He remembers what it is like to "not know" and answers the question I have before I ask them
- the pace is just right and the level of detail is right on
- Best of all - he uses USABLE examples
There are many good programmers but few good teachers
Thank you Mr. Taulty
John Papa ,
It would be great if you could address the problem with this slapsh page code metioned on John Stockton Blog http://riathoughts.com/blog/silverlight/silverlight-splash-page/
will the solution mentioned really work? If not, then what?
Thanks for the great explainations