Silverlight 5 Games: Looking around at the early bloggers

I would write a post with code, etc. except the numbers from those kinds of posts are usually poor.  It might be that my code based blogs are bad, but since search engines send most of my readers to the blog, it might be that people are looking for other things. So here are some…


Silverlight 5: Implicit Data Templates

I have just watched the video that I embedded here, and it is a great way to get started with Silverlight 5 beta.  In this video Pete Brown does a good, nay, excellent job of describing Implicit Data templates in Silverlight 5 Beta.  The code example is worth the download just for the good example…


Silverlight game design review: Clear Breeze Design

I admit it, I am a lazy programmer.  What can I say, if I find someone else that does a good job and let’s me copy their work, then that is a good day for me.  I can then modify it and change it into something that is more than I could do on my…


Silverlight 5 Top Beta features

Top Beta Features XAML Debugging with breakpoints for binding debugging Implicit data templates for easy UI reuse Double (and multi) click support GPU-accelerated XNA-compatible 3D and immediate-mode 2D API Low-latency sound effects and WAV support Real operating system windows and multi-display support Significant performance improvements, fixes and much more WOW!  This is a big deal!…


Silverlight 5: Get the latest beta and watch the video!

What do you need to install or download for Silverlight 5 Beta?  First you are required to upgrade your Visual Studio Pro/Ultimate or Visual Studio Express 2010 to SP1, a good idea anyway, then you will need to install the Silverlight 5 SDK, Expression Blend for Silverlight 5, and so forth: Visual Studio 2010 SP1…