New Controls Added to Open Source Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit

SilverlighttoolkitSilverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit offers developers additional controls for Windows Phone application development, designed to match the rich user experience of the Windows Phone 7.

A new February 2011 update available on Codeplex now includes:

  • TiltEffect
  • PerformanceProgressBar
Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit Components
  • AutoCompleteBox
  • ContextMenu
  • DatePicker
  • GestureService/GestureListener
  • ListPicker
  • LongListSelector
  • Page Transitions
  • PerformanceProgressBar
  • TiltEffect
  • TimePicker
  • ToggleSwitch
  • WrapPanel

Get Silverlight for Windows Phone Toolkit - Feb 2011.

Source code is available too on Codeplex under the Open Source Microsoft Public License.

About Silverlight Toolkits

The Silverlight Team at Microsoft shares new components and functionality for designers, developers, and the community to provide an efficient way to help shape product development. Toolkit releases includes full open source code, samples, documentation, and design-time support for controls focusing on both Silverlight 4 as well as the Windows Phone.

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Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation

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