What could you create for the web with only 10 kilobytes of code? Participants of the 2nd
MIX 10k Challenge created entries using Silverlight,
Gestalt and HTML5. MIX 10k Judge,
Sean Gerety, braves a post MIX10 attendee party hangover and takes over the Channel 9 interviewer seat to talk to…
The Continuum Show meets Silverlight TV as John and Adam Kinney, Expression Evangelist, review the highlights of the MIX 10K Challenge. They check out the winners in each category of the second annual contest, which has some great prizes. The MIX 10K Challenge Winners
have been announced publicly,…
Karsten Januszewski has posted a
write up on his XAML Playground project, a design surface written in Silverlight using
Gestalt. The source code is available so you can see a glimpse into the work it takes to create a design tool.
Not all Microsoft technologies and projects come out of large development teams with huge budgets and equally huge objectives. There are in fact a variety of very useful technologies which are fairly low-key and the result of small development efforts.
"Gestalt" is a technology that…
From the MIX Online team:
Gestalt is a library released by
MIX Online Labs that allows you to write Ruby, Python & XAML code in your (X)HTML pages. It enables you to build richer and more powerful web applications by marrying the benefits of expressive languages,
modern compilers, AJAX…