Monday, September 17, 2007
some things tend to be true: taking things apart to see how they're built is always fun, regardless of age. i'm sure a lot of you know of, and use, the .NET Reflector (if you don't know what it is, find out, it'll make coding a lot more interesting at times). What you might not have heared of is the Silverlight Spy. Similar to the IE Dev Toolbar and Reflector you can get a glimse at what happens under the hood of a Silverlight app. With built in support for navigating the underlying XAML and easy access to properties it's really quite a cool app to have, so go check it out if you're curious.. Further reading & Download: http://www.firstfloorsoftware.com/SilverlightSpy
Wednesday, September 05, 2007
if i had to mention one blog/blogger that constantly keeps me interested, it's got to be Scott Guthrie and the posts he make. like the title for this post says Silverlight 1.0 is now released, and all the details about it, about Moonlight (silverlight on linux) and more is right there in his post for you to read.. read more: http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2007/09/04/silverlight-1-0-released-and-silverlight-for-linux-announced.aspx oh, yeah: i'm back from vacation. it was awesome and -so- much have happened in the last month (i'll post more once i'm able to/allowed). until next post, P.