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Today we released Silverlight 2 RC0This release is for a very specific purpose and although the information will likely be repeated, I wanted to try to help answer a few questions.

What is this release?

RC0 is a developer release only!  The intent of providing these bits is to provide developers with ample time to have access to the release candidate runtime/controls for Silverlight with the primary goal of making sure that developers with Silverlight 2 Beta 2 applications that are live today prepare for the release of Silverlight 2.

What should a developer do?

If you have a Silverlight 2 Beta 2 application that is out there today, you should use this RC0 build to port/stage your application in a test environment to this RC0 build and test to make any required changes based on the breaking changes from Beta 2 to RC0.

Why should I care?

Because your Silverlight 2 Beta 2 applications will not work on the release of Silverlight 2.  If you have applications today, you want to make sure that your application will work and that is why we’re providing this RC0 build for developers now.

I’ve made my changes and it works, should I deploy it now?

NO!  This is a developer release only.  What does that mean? That means that there is no end-user installable runtime that is released, only the developer runtime with the developer tools.  If you deploy an RC0 application into the wild your users will be greeted with unfriendly install messages taking them to bits for Beta 2, making them confused.  You should, however, deploy to your test environments for your test team(s) to check out your application.

So why am I doing this again then?

Sorry to be repetitive, but this is for developers.  Again, the goal is to give developers who have Beta 2 applications ample time to port/stage and test their applications.  You want to do this to be ready so that when Silverlight 2 releases, your app will be ready and you can flip the switch on your bits.

Will my end users be auto updated to RC0?

No, end users who have either Silverlight 1.0 or Silverlight 2 Beta 2 installed will not be automatically updated to RC0.  When Silverlight 2 releases, they will be notified of a new version for the release version.

So how will I know what may break?

We’ve created a breaking changes document that provides the breaking changes between Beta 2 and RC0.  It is available for you to download and we recommend you use this as your guide and first point of attack when troubleshooting porting your application.  The breaking changes document is located here.

As an example, here’s one that I think is so simple, but might have some banging their heads when their users complain they are still being asked to install Silverlight.  In the Beta 2 builds, if you use the <object> instantiation method, your code may look something like this:

   1: <object data="data:application/x-silverlight," type="application/x-silverlight-2-b2" width="100%" height="100%">
   2:     <param name="source" value="ClientBin/XMLFile.xap"/>
   3:     <param name="onerror" value="onSilverlightError" />
   4:     <param name="background" value="white" />
   5:     
   6:     <a href="http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=115261" style="text-decoration: none;">
   7:         <img src="http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=108181" alt="Get Microsoft Silverlight" style="border-style: none"/>
   8:     </a>
   9: </object>

In RC0 (and release) you’ll want to change it to this:

   1: <object data="data:application/x-silverlight," type="application/x-silverlight-2" width="100%" height="100%">
   2:     <param name="source" value="ClientBin/XMLFile.xap"/>
   3:     <param name="onerror" value="onSilverlightError" />
   4:     <param name="background" value="white" />
   5:     
   6:     <a href="http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=124807" style="text-decoration: none;">
   7:         <img src="http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=108181" alt="Get Microsoft Silverlight" style="border-style: none"/>
   8:     </a>
   9: </object>

Notice the type attribute in the <object> tag changes from application/x-silverlight-2-b2 to application/x-silverlight-2.  Please note this is the plugin application type only and not to be confused with the server-side MIME type mapping (which should be .XAP mapping to application/x-silverlight-app).

Also notice the correct link to the “fwlink” to the runtime.  When Silverlight releases you’ll be sure in your custom install experience (please don’t use the default) you’ll want to point to the right link.

Ok, I’m convinced, what do I need to do?

Here’s what I’d do if I had a beta 2 application:

    • Re-read the above to make sure I understand the intent of this release fully.
    • Download the Silverlight Tools for Visual Studio 2008 (RC0) – this will give you the VS project templates, the VS updates required, the RC0 developer runtime and the SDk documents.
    • Download the Expression Blend 2 Service Pack 1 Preview – this build of Blend is targeted against the release bits of Silverlight and will help you in porting your application.
    • Make sure you have a backup of your project (or set a version/tag/branch in your source control) so you can rollback if needed.
    • Open your Silverlight project using the updated tools.  You’ll see a note about the project needing to be upgraded.
    • Compile/run your application and pay attention to any warnings/errors that the compiler/Visual Studio spit out.
    • Compare/contrast any warnings/errors with the breaking changes document and modify if needed.
    • Put your application in a test environment only for your developers/internal testers to mess around with.  Do not deploy your application to your customers yet!
    • Rinse.  Repeat.  The testing/changing cycle that is.

This should get you going rather quickly.  If you experience issues, use the appropriate feedback channels that you’ve already established (i.e., if you are working with someone at Microsoft or have a contact).  Please be sure to consult the breaking changes document first though.

Allow me to comment about breaking changes.  I know that as a developer this can add work for you…ah the joys of being an early adopter!  Breaking changes in beta to release products can be a good thing if it helps bring compatibility in frameworks and if it makes for an easier or more logical API.

Okay, so we do all this prep work, when is Silverlight 2 releasing?

Ah, the magic question.  While we aren’t providing any dates right now, we are still committing to shipping Silverlight this year.  We are providing this release now to ensure you as a developer can stage/test your Beta 2 applications and be ready!  If you don’t have any applications that are running now (live) on Beta 2 but have been working on one, then you’ll want to start with RC0 as well so that you minimize the work you have to do when you go live.

Other goodness

The ADO.NET Data Services (the artist formerly known as “Astoria”) bits are also updated in RC0 SDK/Tools.  The bits that were provided as a stop gap are now a part of the RC0 bits.

Need the Mac developer runtime for testing?  You can get that here.  Also keep in mind this is a developer build as well.

What’s new you say?  Well not a ton (as we’ve been saying) but you should see a ProgressBar, PasswordBox and ComboBox in there now!  In addition to the new controls, all the controls were updated with new skin templates.  Also the RC0 bits allow you to enable HTTP hosted applications to call secure services (policy file required), which I know people have been wanting.  Wondering about stuff that Shawn mentioned?  Well you shouldn’t have expected them here for 2 reasons.  First, they aren’t going to be a part of the core runtime.  Second he mentioned that they are working toward a preview release for PDC (end of October).  So be on the lookout for that work!

I hope this helps!  Again, this information is also linked here and you can see some more notes from ScottGu here.


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9/25/2008 10:37 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Awesome Tim! Thanks for the update!
9/25/2008 11:44 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hey Tim,

Thanks for all the info. I have updated and did run into a few issues. Most were pretty easy but I'm stumped on what to do to make children of a ContentControl layout the same way they did in Beta 2. If you have the time and can check out my post http://silverlight.net/forums/t/30285.aspx it would be awesome.
9/26/2008 1:05 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Awesome news. Thanks for the update.
9/26/2008 1:07 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Will Microsoft release Silverlight 2 RC0 for chinese? Or... Could use the english version in Chinese Environment.

Thanks...
9/26/2008 2:11 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
can i update my german VS Pro edition with the english Silverlight 2 RC0 ?
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9/26/2008 4:12 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Great to finally get a release however am a bit disturbed with the 'we are still committing to shipping Silverlight this year' comment - where has that come from? Silverlight team have continually stated and I quote 'Late summer' and some SL guys have been saying on blogs to look out for something 'very soon' in relation to a relase not an RCO. My team are currently developing an app in SL 2 for a client due to be delivered in early to mid November which we thought would give us pleanty of breathing space if there was a delay about 1 1/2 - 2 months now I get the impression that theres nothing stopping MS releasing in December. Also our testers don't have visual studio on their machines so how exactly are they going to test with no end user RCO?
9/26/2008 4:27 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
How can we debug in VS2008 when we don't have a plugin of the same version we develop in?
9/26/2008 7:29 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Kevin: I'm checking on the RC0 plan for other languages and will post back here when I hear.
9/26/2008 7:33 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Ian: anyone giving more specific dates would be providing information they shouldn't. Our plans have always publically been to ship the runtime/tools this year. I've never seen anyone give more specifics on that -- and if there has been someone saying 'late summer' then they were speaking out of place or VERY early on before any goals were decided. With that said, as you could imagine we are providing this release to get developers to stage their Beta 2 applications. Clearly there is a reason for that because we are closing in on a release. As ScottGu noted in his post, we have a handful of bugs and fit/finish work that we are working on, but even he notes the release 'will be soon though' :-).
9/26/2008 7:37 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Ian: I saw ScottGu gave you a more refined answer : weblogs.asp.net/.../...andidate-now-available.aspx -- hope that helps :-) -- he sets the rules, so I can point to him ;-)
9/26/2008 7:46 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Can-E: When you install the tools, you get the runtime on your developer machine...so you can debug fine. If you only want the developer runtime there is a link to that as well on the info page. But installing the VS tools gives you that same runtime.
9/26/2008 8:14 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
>>Rinse. Repeat.<<

The first time I saw that when I was in the shower and I went through the whole bottle of shampoo, because it never said when to stop. I was taking my first computer course in collage! ;-)
9/26/2008 11:08 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
No printing support in Silverlight 2 RTM?
9/26/2008 2:01 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Regarding the release date, I would be damned if Microsoft doesn't announce the RTM release at PDC08. Seems to fit very well with the schedule.
9/26/2008 5:21 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Does anyone know if there is a XamlWriter in this release?
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9/27/2008 12:36 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Awesome! I can't wait any more to RTW version :D

thx
9/27/2008 7:34 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Trying to use Parse or Load with JsonObject failed, because it was dependent on stale .NET DLLs. I just updated VS 2008 SP1 and SL RC0 and there isn't even a json.dll anymore. There is nothing in the change notes about this. Where is System.Json now?
9/27/2008 7:46 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Check that. There is a json.dll, but you still get the same error:

Could not load file or assembly 'System.ServiceModel.Web, Version=2.0.5.0,

WTF!? What do I have to do to get JsonObject.Parse (or load) to work? WE have no control over these binary version nightmares that get foisted on us.
9/28/2008 12:20 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
OK, creating a JSON library pulls in a set of compatible references that includes System.Json classes. Unfortunately, it's missing System.Web and it cannot be added in. It complains that it was not built against the SilverLight runtime. I can see this is going to be a nightmare already.
9/28/2008 7:47 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Rick: The full .NET base class libraries aren't a part of Silverlight. Silverlight is a subset of the full BCL. System.Web is not a part of Silverlight. Feel free to ping me offline for what you are trying to do.
9/28/2008 11:57 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hi thanks for the update.. waiting for release..
9/29/2008 3:35 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hi Tim, - this is a great overview of the RC release. Thanks!

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Valentin
9/29/2008 6:40 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Marc: This is expected. This is because the beta 2 site still uses the different application type setting of the object tag as well as just being built to target the beta 2 runtime. This is why RC0 is a developer-only build. Sites with beta 2 will not execute if the end user has a release runtime installed. Once Silverlight 2 releases, any beta 2 site will still have this experience until the site author changes that site to a release build.
9/29/2008 9:30 AM | # HELP re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hello Tim. Please help!

We all work in an environment where our machines are on a secure network. We are unable to access the Internet with them. After uninstalling everything and preparing to update these machines, I noticed that the guys packaged the Silverlight Tools install to connect to the Internet and download additional stuff.

As a result the installation fails on all of our machines.

And the guys did not post any link to an "offline" or "network" installation package. Also, I have already searched for one to no avail. Can you please provide us with a link to one?

And can you tell them to try (please) to avoid doing it this way in the future? It may not be a big deal to most people, but there a LOT (trust me) of people out there developing on networks that cannot access the Internet.

Thanks,
JP
9/29/2008 11:59 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Has anyone tried out calling Ado.net Data Services after upgrading to RC0?

All my UI controls was updated and are running greate, except that I'm not getting any data in my grids anymore.

I'm getting a MissingMethodException when trying to call my service.
Here is my code sample that worked fine with the beta 2 release, but broke with this one. I also check the update for Astoria but nothing was changed there ...Any ideas?

try
{
InitializeComponent();
var NEProxy = new NorthEntities(new Uri
("http://localhost/CTIDataService.svc", UriKind.Absolute));
var query = (from p in NEProxy.Products
where p.ProductID > 1
orderby p.ProductName descending
select p);
var productQuery = query as DataServiceQuery;
productQuery.BeginExecute(new AsyncCallback(OnLoadComplete), productQuery);
}
catch (Exception e)
{
string s = e.StackTrace;
}

9/29/2008 12:08 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
9/29/2008 12:21 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Thanks!
9/29/2008 12:53 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
RC0! I spent the weekend playing around with Silverlight tools as well as Blend. Outcome was a tutorial on creating Custom Controls touching on App.xaml, generic.xaml, VS and Blend.

Goals of the post are:
• Propose strategy for using Generic.xaml and App.xaml
• Project structure should enable Control Designers, Control Developers and Application Developers to work independently of one another.
• Create a single Silverlight Control library of reusable Custom and User Controls, each with customized Look-and-feel.
• Look-and-Feel of each control needs to be "baked in" so that they can be used "as is" by our Application.
• Controls should still be open to further styling and customization by the Application Developer at the application layer.

Looking forward to feedback and further discussion around best practices. Post is available here: e2pt0.blogspot.com/.../...ntrols-appxaml_3894.html

Cheers!
-yuriy
9/29/2008 6:20 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hi Tim,

Need your help to find out the way of getting a Deployment object of Dynamically loaded appManifest.xaml.

string appManifest = new StreamReader(Application.GetResourceStream(new Uri("AppManifest.xaml", UriKind.Relative)).Stream).ReadToEnd();
Deployment deploy = XamlReader.Load(appManifest) as Deployment;


Please note that we don't want to use Deployment.Current because our Xap app is loading dynamically...
9/29/2008 7:26 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Marc: yes you are correct. Inconvenient at worst, but the price of an early adopter developer ;-). I've got two machines going now as well and have to remember to switch back and forth. You could always also use a VPC for the RC0 stuff.
9/30/2008 8:23 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
The RC0 release for dev makes a lot of sense, but the auto upgrade from beta2 plugin for users will cause some grief. Seems like there will be problems in the exact timing of the cutover plans.

I would anticipate that when the RTW draws near; that there would be some level of pre-notice of the exact date/time so that B2 early adopters could coordinate the cut-over.

Is there anyway B2 end-users can prevent the auto-upgrade until they are ready; or B2 hosters to make a change to ensure the B2 will persist until they are ready to make the cut-over?
10/1/2008 5:57 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Tim,

I'm almost finished a SL2B2 project for a client and going live next week, a little behind schedule. Everything works great and I have tested on an ISP server. With this RCO release, does this mean that I should first install the update and change my project accordingly? I'm concerned because I'm not sure how long that wil take? What would happen if I ignore the update and go live next week? Does that mean that the site might not work after some time?
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10/1/2008 7:23 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Tim, is there a hyperlink control coming for silverlight 2 - that can be used as an inline element (like in WPF for windows apps)?

Currently, if I want to add hyperlinks in a text block in silverlight 2 (lets say i want to do an "About Us" page containing text and hyperlinks) - there is no easy way to do this.
10/1/2008 8:41 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Donovan: I think you should definitely get the RC0 build and prepare your application. You don't want to release it on that build, but you definitely want a head start in getting it ready for when Silverlight 2 releases.
10/1/2008 8:53 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Sam: you are correct that TextBlock doesn't support HyperlinkButton as content. There are a few projects that have been able to do similar work arounds that you may be able to learn from. Here is one with source: http://www.codeplex.com/richtextedit
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10/1/2008 12:51 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Tim: Thanks for the link. Nevertheless, I am curious if Silverlight will add a Hyperlink control. It seems to me that Silverlight being a cool web technology - should support such a basic (yet very important) functionality out of the box... especially if it already exists for WPF applications.
10/1/2008 2:42 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
I've installed RC0 for development going forward of a new Silverlight site.

Now I have the issue that all Beta 2 sites fail and want to install the older version, but can't due to the newer runtime.

Where this is a big deal is that I have TechEd DVD's that have Silverlight player on it, well that application will never get updated.

So that basically destroys a deployed product permanantly? How's that work going forward?
10/1/2008 2:50 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Justin: Hmm, interesting situation on the TechEd DVDs, let me ask around about any servicing plans. But yes, beta 2 sites WILL NOT WORK on release builds of Silverlight 2. Is the TechEd player a Beta 2 player or a Silverlight 1.0 player? Silverlight 1.0 applications will work under Silverlight 2 release builds.
10/1/2008 9:13 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
I'll just remove the tag info :)

type="application/x-silverlight-2-b2"
10/2/2008 4:40 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hi, Tim,

Do you know if UDP socket will be supported in Silverlight 2 final release? Thank you so much!
10/2/2008 4:47 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Jerry: UDP sockets is not a part of SL2
10/3/2008 8:42 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Rick: See what Bart fixed for my sample on that for RC0 www.silverlighthack.com/.../Silverlight-2-(RC0-RTM)-Dynamic-Assembly-Loading.aspx
10/13/2008 2:06 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hi Tim,

I'm a bit confused - when the RTW is available for all, does it mean that anyone who has SL2B2 will automatically be upgraded to RTW? and worst then that - does it mean that my SL2B2 app will not be able to send people who don't have SL to download SL2B2?

Thanks,

Tzahi.
10/13/2008 6:32 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Tzahi: End users that have Silverlight 2 Beta 2 on their machines will be given the opportunity for auto upgrade, yes. Your B2 app will NOT work on release code of the runtime...only people who already have Beta2 and have not been upgraded would be able to see your application. No new builds of beta 2 will be linked up.
10/13/2008 4:23 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hey Tim, I'm sitting here trying to update my machine. I cannot seem to find any working link to the Silverlight Tools for VS2008 SP1 for Silverlight RC0. The link in this blog entry is broken. So are the links from the Silverlight site and microsoft.com. Can you tell me where I can find this? Thanks.
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10/16/2008 2:53 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
I also have teched DVDs that I cannot view now without jumping through hoops
10/16/2008 2:54 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
stv: we are working on a solution for you. The same content can be viewed online at www.msteched.com and I believe they are updating the Silverlight viewer there.
10/21/2008 12:24 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
If you could, please pass along just how frustrating the TechEd DVD situation is.

There was no compelling reason to use Silverlight for the DVDs to begin with, and it was aggravating even initially to have to install a beta plugin to watch them.

And now it turns out that the release Silverlight isn't backward compatible?!?

Why didn't someone think this through before burning tens of thousands of DVDs with a beta plugin?? Whoever made that decision should have made sure some sort of updated viewer was available upon the release of the final Silverlight 2.
10/21/2008 1:09 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Ken: Thanks for the note and duly noted. Actually during the release process this was discovered and we were all trying to figure out the best way to service this issue. The Silverlight aspect was to be used in their online content (www.msteched.com -- which is being updated if not already...I don't have a login to test), but was also provided in the DVD, a decision in hindsight that turned out to be an incorrect one. The team (again, if they haven't done so already) is making available a matrix of the session content on the DVD so that you can easily find what you are looking for amidst the session numbers, etc. I apologize for this mishap.
10/21/2008 6:44 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Tim - the www.msteched.com site doesn't work for those (me, Justin et al) who went to a non-US Tech.ed - Australia in ouy case. My https://aunz.msteched.com login isn't valid on the US site.
10/21/2008 6:58 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Ewen: I'll let you know when the matrix is available and see if I can just post it here as well. Did TechEd AuNz use the same DVDs?
10/21/2008 7:37 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Tim

Thanks for getting back to me. As far as I know, they are the same DVDs. There are 9 of them in the set. They are not to hand at the moment but I'm sure they are the US '08 Techeds from both Dev & IT pro strands.

unrelated: your gravatars are broken for me but that may be the corporate firewall. In my case that's probably a lucky break for you all.

cheers
Ewen
10/21/2008 7:43 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Ewen: We are hoping to have some more information for everyone within the week (hopefully even less than that) that I can point you to. Stay tuned.
10/23/2008 10:51 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
When I change my Object tag and make the install link


Does that work for MAC as well?
10/23/2008 3:38 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
hpwillbe: Yes, that install link will auto detect the end user's platform and provide the right plugin.
10/27/2008 7:23 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Hello, sorry to bother, but how about that fix on the teched 2008 dvds?:)
12/2/2008 3:18 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
1/24/2009 3:02 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
This is a great overview of the RC release. Thanks!
4/29/2009 7:27 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
medyum -- you should not have SL2B2 apps anymore -- RTW has been available since October 2008.
6/13/2009 5:02 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
This is a great overview of the RC release. Thanks!
7/19/2009 7:20 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
I already ported my application and since its not a big one using many things, the process was flawless from beta 2 to RC0.
12/29/2009 3:41 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Thanks for getting back to me. As far as I know, they are the same DVDs. There are 9 of them in the set. They are not to hand at the moment but I'm sure they are the US '08 Techeds from both Dev & IT pro strands.

unrelated: your gravatars are broken for me but that may be the corporate firewall. In my case that's probably a lucky break for you all.
1/22/2010 11:44 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
thanks good work
9/7/2010 8:14 PM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
Awesome post! Wishing you the best of luck with your project!
11/29/2010 3:49 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
hello tim..i am using another application but i will try this for sure!
5/8/2011 11:10 AM | # re: Silverlight 2 RC0 Released for Developers
A great news, now I can go through all the new things that appeared on this version of Silverlight. I am just wondering when it's releasing, I see that many people are intrested in it.
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