Pro Silverlight 4 in C#

Create cross-platform .NET applications for the browser

  • Authors
  • Matthew MacDonald

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxiii
  2. Pages 33-59
  3. Pages 61-106
  4. Pages 141-196
  5. Pages 197-225
  6. Pages 227-257
  7. Pages 259-294
  8. Pages 339-397
  9. Pages 447-470
  10. Pages 513-538
  11. Pages 539-567
  12. Pages 569-618
  13. Pages 619-668
  14. Pages 669-694
  15. Pages 695-716
  16. Pages 717-765
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 809-874

About this book


Silverlight 4 is Microsoft's cross-browser technology for creating rich user experiences on the Web. Like its predecessor, Silverlight 3, it rides atop the .NET framework for maximum ease of use and coding efficiency. The new technology carries forward much of the work that has been done before and augments it in many important respects, including support for H.264 video, major improvements to the graphics engine (including true 3D rendering), and much richer data-binding options for interfacing with other applications.

Pro Silverlight 4 in C# is an invaluable reference for professional developers wanting to discover the features of Silverlight 4. Author Matthew MacDonald's expert advice guides you through creating rich media applications using Silverlight in the environment you're most productive in—no matter what the target platform.

As you learn about the features that put Silverlight in direct competition with Adobe Flash, such as rich support for 2D and 3D drawing, animations, and media playback, you'll experience the plumbing of .NET and the design model of WPF through Silverlight—all of the same .NET technology that developers use to design next-generation Windows applications. Matthew MacDonald provides a comprehensive tutorial written from professional developer to professional developer, complete with full-color graphics and screenshots.


.NET .NET Framework ASP ASP.NET C# Microsoft Silverlight 4 Silverlight Windows Windows Presentation Foundation XAML animation browser navigation video web services

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