Tag Archives: Silverlight

Silverlight 4 Tools for Visual Studio Graduated from RC2

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] The final bits of Silverlight 4 are out with the release of the Silverlight 4 Tools for Visual Studio 2010. See Tim Heuer’s post about this release. Although Silverlight 4 was officially released in April, the installers … Continue reading

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Silverlight 3 Released to Web

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false]  The much-awaited release of Silverlight 3 came last Friday, July 10. Read on the following blogs about the release, the installers, and the new features of Silverlight 3: 1. Scott Guthrie’s blog – http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2009/07/10/silverlight-3-released.aspx. 2. Tim Heuer’s … Continue reading

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March 2009 CTP of Silverlight LOB Controls from Infragistics Now Available

I know I’m one week late to announce this in my blog. March 2009 CTP of Silverlight LOB controls from Infragistics is now available for download! I’ve been watching out for this as early as the first week of March … Continue reading

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Binding Silverlight DataGrid Control to a Dynamically-Created Data Object

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] As a backgrounder, data can be bound to a Silverlight DataGrid control by setting the ItemsSource property to a collection of objects. The object class should have been defined so that each column in the data grid … Continue reading

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By Design, Infragistics’ XamWebMenu Root Items Can’t Have Icons

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] When I first tried to use XamWebMenu control (Silverlight LOB CTP Feb. 2009 version) for the application menu bar of my Silverlight project, I encountered what I thought was a bug in XamWebMenu. I could assign an … Continue reading

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