Service contract means the collective mechanisms by which a service’s capabilities and requirements are specified for its consumers. We must say that it defines the operations that a service will perform when executed. It tells more things about a service, like message data types, operation locations, the protocols the client will need in order to communicate . . . → Read More: WCF Hosting :: WCF Service Contract
As you already know that, it is a new feature in Silverlight 5 and hence was not available in earlier version of Silverlight. So, how did we implement the style setter in previous versions? Let’s start from the scratch, where we will know how to use a Setter in Style and then we will jump to . . . → Read More: Silverlight 5 Hosting :: Style Setter in Silverlight 5
I’ve been doing some fun Silverlight & Bing Maps development at the moment for ID (more to be revealed later!). Now I have really got stuck in to Silverlight development I figured I would do a blog post on a couple of things I came across and cool functionality I found.
1. Asynchronous calls and updating the . . . → Read More: Silverlight 4 Hosting :: Silverlight 4 Development Tips & Tricks
Silverlight 3, 4, and 5 have added an amazing number of new capabilities to the platform in all areas, from core capabilities, to device access, to the introduction of both trusted and sandboxed in and out-of-browser client applications. While Silverlight is still a relatively young technology, it has had 5 major releases in the past four . . . → Read More: Silverlight 5 Hosting :: What’s New in Silverlight 5?
Sometimes we need to use controls like TextBox, TextBlock etc (that set their width automatically depending on content) in a ListBox’s ItemTemplate. If we need to draw Borders or assign Background colors to each such controls then we may end up having non-equal rows. Here’s a sample markup:
Here’s the output for the above XAML:
A quick thought . . . → Read More: Silverlight (and WPF) Hosting: How to make items stretch horizontally in a ListBox
One of the popular HTML5 tags is the video tag. The ability to play videos without depending on a plugin is something that excites web developers to a great extent and no wonder you end up seeing video demos in all HTML5 conferences.
Now, coming to HTML5 Video, the tag itself is simply <video id=”ID” src=”FILENAME.mp4/ogv/webm” > . . . → Read More: Silverlight 4 Hosting :: How to Play HTML 5 Video Using Silverlight
This post explains about calling a WCF service using ASP.NET AJAX Library Data View control. The following are . . . → Read More: WCF Service Hosting :: Using ASP.NET AJAX Library in WCF Service
When Microsoft Silverlight — a web application that integrates multimedia, computer graphics, animation, and interactivity into a single runtime environment — was initially launched as a video streaming plug-in in 2007, Microsoft’s hopes were high. In the three years since its release, four versions have been released, and with each new one comes additional interactivity features . . . → Read More: Silverlight Hosting News :: SRS and Microsoft to Bring 5.1 Surround Sound
Below is the code for export data from silver light code.
With this code user can export data in (csv formate) by very fast performance results.
In this code need to read data from grid and convert in one csv format as tab separator. And that file data need to save in one file with xls extension with . . . → Read More: Silverlight 4 Hosting :: Export from Silverlight