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Updated Silverlight getting started for beginners

If you’re a pro Silverlight developer, this post isn’t for you.  Just a brief update that I’ve updated some of our getting started material for beginners – those who really haven’t done anything.  These will be showing up on the Silverlight Community Site soon, but I wanted to post a link to it here first. Getting Started with Silverlight Development is a 7-part series where I aim to do my best in trying to stuff as much as possible about Silverlight development in a simple application we develop at different steps.  It uses: Navigation ...

Getting started with Silverlight: Part 1 - The tools and Hello World

This is a first part in a series of getting started posts for Silverlight developers.  In our series in getting started, we’ll eventually build out an application that searches Twitter for monitoring keywords and automatically refreshes at a specified interval.  Before we start getting too deep, let’s make sure you have the tools necessary to get started and understand the fundamentals of the developer experience for Silverlight. The Tools Of course, with any development all you need is a text editor and a compiler, but you’d be crazy these days not to use world-class tools.  That...


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