Shamelessly benefitting from the work of others [Links to Silverlight Airlines and Surface samples for RTW!]


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  1. In this issue: Pencho Popadiyn, Dan Wahlin, Lee, Karl Erickson, Larent Bugnion, Manish Dalal, and Adam

  2. sporty81 says:

    That Airlines demo is awesome!

  3. Delay’s Blog : Shamelessly benefitting from the work of others [Links to Silverlight Airlines and Surface

  4. Wintersonata says:

    I have been trying to implement this Silverlight into a sharepoint webpart, however the Silverlight did not render and appear as a blank webpart without any errors. Just wondering whether is there any specific Silverlight controls that conflict with SharePoint? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.

  5. Delay says:

    Wintersonata,

    Unfortunately, I do not have a lot of experience with integrating Silverlight and SharePoint. (That said, my expectation is that an embedded Silverlight control either will or will not work – regardless of whatever content the Silverlight control is attempting to display.) The good news is that a quick web search for "Silverlight SharePoint" found a number of interesting links (including a reference to an upcoming book) that I hope will be useful here.

    Hope this helps!

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