FOLLOW UP: Developer Dinner on Silverlight 2

Thanks to everyone who attended!  Here are the download links I promised:

Deck: Building Rich Internet Applications Using Microsoft Silverlight 2

Code: My Digg Sample

The sample app is based on Scott Guthrie’s First Look at Silverlight 2 blog series.  I added some things here and there.  If you want to see the same basic demo again or you want to pass it on to someone you are in luck because I created a three part channel 9 screencast people can watch:

SCREENCAST: Silverlight 2 DIGG Sample

After the dinner, someone asked about using Silverlight with SharePoint.  If you are interested in this scenario, you will want to check out this post:

Silverlight Blueprint for SharePoint

UPDATE: After the DC dinner, I promised to link people to my post on Silverlight 2, Accessibility, Section 508, etc.

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Comments (2)

  1. Hello Gents,

     Great job on teaching Silverlight basics, but how would I use the Silverlight Class Library in a project?  I can create a custom class and stuff, but I don’t see how to actually use the control in a Silverlight Application.

    – Rashad Rivera

  2. keydet says:

    Sorry for the slow response…  Were you able to get your question answered?  You add a reference to a Silverlight Class Library in the same way you ad a reference to a Class Library in a standard .NET app.  See  From there, you can add a using statement (in C#) to your code file:

    using MyClassLibraryNamespace;

    Then, you can instantiate the class that sits in the assembly/namespace:

    MyClass c = new MyClass();

    Does this help?  If not, I’d need to know a little more about what you are trying to accomplish.  Thanks!