Weekly News Digest @SilverlightZone - 05-June-2011 to 11-June-2011


Here comes this week's News Digest of Silverlight-Zone.com. This time we have total 74 news items on various articles based on Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, LightSwitch etc. Also contains some tips and other posts on MVVM, XAML and Blend.

 

Most popular posts were "Silverlight Elevator Pitch", "War between Silverlight, HTML & Windows 8", "Bing Map Control for Windows Phone 7", "Is Silverlight Dead? No, it's not. It's the heart of WP7, Windows 8, XNA" and "All about WP7 Emulator".

 

Read more to find those interesting posts. Also, find the daily news digest links for the last week here, in case you missed the posts.

 

Most Popular Posts of the Week

Here comes the most popular 5 posts of the week (5th June to 11th June, 2011). Top 5 posts made by Jeremy Likness, Vikram Pendse, Naveed Tejani, Tom Warren and Abhishek Baxi. Find the link of those posts below:

 

Daily News Headline of this Week

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