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I used to publish my LightSwitch application to a certain location (my folder name is 'IMS2') in wwwroot directory. I have windows 10 installed with Visual Studio 2012 Ultimate. Everything was working smoothly, until I mistakenly deleted the target folder (IMS2). ...Read more
Posted by: Muhammad Idrees
On 15 Nov 2016 | Views: 46 | Categories: Visual Studio, Tips & Tricks, Silverlight, ASP.NET
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The objective of this article is to present the Viewbox control. I have also explained here the navigation framework of Silverlight 3.
Viewbox Control: ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 16 Jun 2012 | Views: 870 | Categories: Silverlight
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The reason for this article and the application accompanying it is an idea of an automated pronunciation test I've been flirting with for a few months now. Due to the difficulties found and some frustration, I thought giving it up three or four times, but in the end the inner "never give up" voice had the upper hand and eventually won. Fortunately, I ended up with a solution, which I admit is not perfect and one that got far away from my initial "development track". But this is how it often goes when you find difficulties, you embrace whatever tools that work for you. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 02 May 2012 | Views: 816 | Categories: Silverlight
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The WCF RIA Services class library components is the preferred option used by any Silverlight application that needs a clearly separated middle tier. The architecture and provided advantage are described in details in MSDN documents. There is also a walkthrough for creating a RIA services class library using the ADO.NET Entity Framework Database First approach. Something is different when implementing the RIA Services class library project using the Code First approach and no detailed document is available. This article will provide a full step-by-step tutorial regarding how to create and conf ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 11 Apr 2012 | Views: 1211 | Categories: WCF, Silverlight
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The main idea behind this article is to learn performing the basic database operations in SilverLight 4 using the WCF Ria services. I have been searching the internet for any article which performs these CRUD operations but every article I get was only using the Datagrid control to execute this. So I decided to write an article which helps understanding it in more easy way by writing the code from scratch. By the end of this article you will find yourself very comfortable in interacting with database in SilverLight 4. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 11 Apr 2012 | Views: 1643 | Categories: Silverlight
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This is a code sample for a Silverlight TreeView Control which supports CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations. In addition, it supports Drag & Drop of items. Our final output will look something like this: ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 11 Apr 2012 | Views: 1378 | Categories: Silverlight
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This article presents a Silverlight 5 custom implementation of the Static and Type markup extension, already available in WPF. The Static markup extension is extended with support for calling static methods with parameters, in addition to accessing properties and fields. It also performs conversion to the target property type. ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 29 Feb 2012 | Views: 1702 | Categories: WPF, Silverlight
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Silverlight Media Framework (or SMF), now a part of Microsoft Media Platform: Player Framework, is a feature-rich framework for developing media players in Silverlight. It contains a fairly comprehensive and skinnable UI, and supports a reasonable amount of video formats and delivery methods out-of-the-box. But currently, it's really lacking in the area of subtitles/closed-captions. This article will walk you through the creation of custom caption plugins to support any format you like. ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 02 Oct 2011 | Views: 6047 | Categories: Silverlight
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In this Post I want to talk with Silverlight and it’s interaction with database . Oh, I thing I want to tell you that I’m using SQL database . Oracle also may be performed. I don’t have any knowledge in that . So , basically I’m using SQL -2008 and Visual Studio 2010. These two software you need to make this application. And I’m using Linq Query to retrieved data from database. I’ll describe this with step by step .

Ok, if you search in internet or Google “How to connect Database with Silverlight”. I find lots of good and efficient learning resources in there . Most of them are either ...Read more
Posted by: Michael
On 30 Sep 2011 | Views: 974 | Categories: Silverlight, Linq
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Pinging a network IP or Hostname is not available in Silverlight. But you can do this using WCF service. In this post I am going to implement the same thing for you. I am using Silverlight 4 here. But this can also be possible in Silverlight 3.

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Create a Silverlight application with Silverlight hosting website as "ASP.NET Web Site": ...Read more
Posted by: Teena
On 17 Sep 2011 | Views: 1379 | Categories: Silverlight, ASP.NET
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