Developing Multiplayer Games with Microsoft Silverlight 4

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Come learn from world-renowned interactive developer Grant Skinner about the opportunities, challenges, and processes for developing successful games using Silverlight. Hear about key Silverlight animation topics from many angles including business, technical, tools, workflow and design integration.







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    For over 7 years I was developing in .Net. Recently I was researching Silverligh and what I saw is frankly disappointing. Not even this video works as expected in Firefox 20. It ignores the pause button, the board disappears when trying to click something on that, user cannot go forward on the video and it is prompted at random to accept full screen mode (if choosing "No" then the program do just the opposite and switches to full screen mode). That's just an example. I've tried to run a game made in Silverlight, it uses a lot of resources and sometimes my browser and even Windows get frozen and I have to turn electricity off to restart the PC (ctrl+alt+del also is ignored). All buggy and crapy!

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