Here comes this week’s (1st January 2012 to 7th January 2012) news digest on Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, LightSwitch and Metro UI. We have submitted ~63 new article links at Silverlight-Zone.com.
Read more to find out the top 5 posts of the week. Also, find out the daily digest links here. Sharing those here too, in case you missed those it will be helpful. Subscribe to our daily newsletter to get those links directly delivered to your inbox.
Popular 5 Posts of the Week
Here comes the most popular posts of the week at Silverlight-Zone.com, which were viewed by our readers. In the top placed articles were from: Eric Vogel, rzvdaniel, @debug_mode, Vangos and Sumit Dutta. Read the list here:
Back in October I covered the basics of the Windows Runtime and how to access it from .NET. Since readers have asked for more, I've decided ...
In this article we'll explain how you can create a truly dynamic Silverlight themeable application. In order to be able to build the compani...
In this post I will show you, how to work with DatePicker control in HTML Metro App. DatePicker controls comes as part of WinJS. To use Da...
Kinect defined Natural User Interaction. HTML5 redefined the Web. Currenty, there are various tutorials describing how to interact with a Ki...
In this article we will discuss how to use camera flash to use it as torch or flashlight. The flash of camera can be used a torch or flashli...
Did you miss any post last week? Ok, not an issue. Here comes the daily digest links just for you:
- Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone – 1st January 2012
- Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone – 2nd January 2012
- Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone – 3rd January 2012
- Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone – 4th January 2012
- Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone – 5th January 2012
- Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone – 6th January 2012
- Daily News Headline @SilverlightZone – 7th January 2012
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