Opening up Silverlight 4 Navigation: Introduction to INavigationContentLoader
Quick links to followup posts:
Silverlight Toolkit November 2009: Activity Control –> BusyIndicator (a.k.a. Update 3: Displaying background activity in a Silverlight RIA application)
Wow! What a week! PDC, the Silverlight 4 Beta, and now the November 2009 release of the Silverlight Toolkit! There’s been a ton of great news and exciting announcements, and now I can share with you that the Activity control, first blogged here, is now a part of the Silverlight Toolkit!
Silverlight 4 and building business applications (PDC09-CL19)
Hi everyone! Wow – yesterday was a big day, with a lot of amazing announcements at PDC ‘09 – especially the announcement that the Silverlight 4 Beta was publicly available. I was very excited to be given an opportunity to give a talk at PDC this year, and it was a real treat. My talk – Building Line of Business Applications with Silverlight 4 (PDC09-CL19) – focused on the new features in Silverlight 4 that are particularly useful in business applications, especially those that are data-centric. (Please ignore the abstract given on that page for the talk – it wasn’t updated properly from a change we made to it early on! :))
Relative hyperlinks with Silverlight navigation
If you haven’t noticed already, I happen to like the Navigation feature in Silverlight quite a bit (I wonder why? :)). In my other posts on Navigation, I’ve spent some time exploring how you can navigate to Pages in assemblies other than the main application assembly and how those assemblies can be loaded on-demand (granted, it uses some workarounds, but it gets us where we want to go!).
Update 2: Displaying background activity in a Silverlight RIA application
Hi folks! It’s been a little while since I’ve blogged, but fear not, I’m still watching and hoping to blog more in the coming weeks.
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