Have you ever wondered about the production that goes into all the graphics that are shown during your favorite sporting events? Chyron is the industry leader in all aspects of providing graphics
for TV programming.
sits down with Jeff Wolski, Sumit Sahni and Daniel Kim from…
The Silverlight Geek himself, Jesse Liberty, appears on Silverlight TV and explores the Silverlight Hyper Video Platform (SLHVP). Jesse explains how SLHVP got off the ground and how it has evolved into a successful open source project. He explains how
MVVM, unit testing, MEF, and many other solid…
Don't look now, but there's a new pattern in town - Model-View-ViewModel or MVVM. Within the last year or so, this architectural model has been building up a significant following among Silverlight and WPF developers. In this session, Jim O'Neil, Developer
Evangelist, will cover what MVVM is,…
In this article I demonstrate how to record from the microphone in .NET, with support for setting the recording level, trimming noise from the start and end, visualizing the waveform in WPF and converting to MP3.
Audio Recording in .NET
The .NET framework does not provide any direct support for…
dezineforce (http://www.dezineforce.com) recently completed a proof-of-concept with Microsoft to look at how
they could overhaul their user experience using Silverlight 3.dezineforce offer a scalable, on-demand engineering design capability over the web. Backed by a powerful HPC cluster, their…
In this episode of geekSpeak, we explore UI architectural patterns, such as the Model-View-ViewModel (MVVM) pattern, with two Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals, Christopher Bennage and Rob Eisenberg. Christopher and Rob share their experiences developing
Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF)…
Nikhil Kothari has posted a a sample application that demonstrates a
ViewModel with MVC/Navigation in Silverlight. As an added bonus the sample uses the
New York Times Newswire API, and is running on teh Silverlight.FX framework.
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In this 4 part series, Bob Brumfield and Erwin van der Valk from patterns and practices shows you how to build a modular application using the recently released Composite
Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight - February 2009 (also known as Prism V2).
Part 3. Implementing views and…
This episode includes amazing visuals in both blu and Descry, one beefy MVVM article and the announcement that there will be no more Betas for Windows 7, next stop Release Candidate!
Stories covered in this episode include:
No Beta 2 for Windows 7
Comprehensive List of Silverlight…