09 July 2008

Silverlight without Visual Studio

Silverlight looks cool. Unfortunately, its development is not supported in Visual Studio Express Edition (see Silverlight.net). The good news is: you can do it without VS, all you need is a Silverlight SDK, the .net framework and a text editor. The bad news is: it's a lot of work, especially when debugging. Anyway, here is a tutorial on how to do that (with Silverlight 1.1).

3 comments:

  1. I'm the guy who wrote the tutorial, so I just wanted to mention that I've now updated it to Silverlight 2.0 Beta 2. Thanx for the reference!

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  2. Cool, thanks for letting me know! ;)

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  3. Nice post . thanks for sharing all about this Silverlight Development

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