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Silverlight and WPF/E CS Modules Updated

Posted in at Monday, 28 January 2008 08:13 Pacific Standard Time

Saw that Jesse Liberty (via WynApse) has a nice post on creating Silverlight streaming applications in minutes:

Three are many details to creating a Silverlight Streaming application, but in this post I'm going to try to boil them down to a recipe for fast success.

For some reason this post inspired me to fix my Silverlight streaming CS module (code) as well as my WPF/E CS Module (code). This means that all my old posts with WPF/E and Streaming Silverlight should now be working again. I'm also going through my code samples to make sure they are working and trying to fix them if they aren't. Below is one of my old WPF/E samples now running as Silverlight.

Below is the application that Jesse create's in his demo (can we get some better screen shots in it?) hosted in using my silverlight cs module:

 

Note: This won't work when using a feed reader since the script creates an iframe and I don't believe this is supported in most feed readers. I'll need to add a separate view page like I have for my WPF/E module.

Update: Just updated the update. I added the separate link page for the feed view and created the aspx page for it. Should work now and should display the absolute url.

Tuesday, 29 January 2008 21:40:41 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
>>Below is the application that Jesse create's in his demo (can we get some better screen shots in it?) <<

Do you mean in mt article? I'll go look & fix it up. Thanks for posting this follow on; it's great.

-j
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