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Silverlight 4.0

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Scott Guthrie in Stockholm, December 2 2009.

Silverlight have already demonstrated great success with developers and companies interested in building rich internet applications, leveraging the existing knowledge in .NET. With the next version, already 4.0, some great and asked for features gets introduced, such as printing support, richer mouse interactivity, COM-interoperability and much much more. Watch Scott Guthrie highlight the best of the best!

 

Scott Guthrie is corporate vice president of Microsoft's .NET Developer Platform, and manages the development teams that build the Common Language Runtime (CLR), ASP.NET, Silverlight, Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), IIS, Commerce Server and the Visual Studio Tools for Web, Client and Silverlight development.

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    The Discussion

    • balapraveen

      nice video, full informative about Silverlight 4.0

    • C.S. Finch

      So I'm guessing you guys are using IIS Media, and Silverlight 3 to stream these videos, and is the reason why I don't ever get a lag on them?  How easy is it going to be to DataBind say datamodels from an ASP.Net MVC application?  Would I just reference the DAL and instantiate the data objects needed?  I could see Silverlight 4 + ASP.Net MVC to be very very powerful and productive if it was done right with clean code I could see making a really good CMS for various types of templates Social, Business, Storefront using both frameworks.

    • salman ansari

      nice video..who want to do something with self.this video give u better idea about silverlight..hope microsoft remember that there are so many guys who follows microsoft technology.and in future microsoft provides the latest technology for their well whisher..so no need to move from microsoft technology...

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