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The weekly news digest of released. We have 63 new article links posted in Silverlight-Zone on different topics like Silverlight, Windows Phone 7 and LightSwitch. In this post, I am going to share the top most 5 links as well as the daily digest links for your reference.


This week (10th July 2011 to 16th July 2011) top post was on the future of Silverlight and whether Silverlight is really dead. This post was made by Stephan Forte. A good discussion on Silverlight and XAML. If you are still in doubt, read this post. There are also other topics from James R. Borck, J. Prosise, Owen Williams and Suprotim Agarwal on Silverlight and WP7. Read more to find the links.


Top 5 Posts of the Week

Here comes the top 5 visited posts. Read them to know whether Silverlight is really dead, The fall and rise of Silverlight, Enriching WP7 Apps with secondary tiles, News towards the release of Mango and a collection of Silverlight 4 tutorials.


Daily News Headlines of the Week

This section is for those, who didn't get a chance to read the daily news posts digest at Find the links towards the daily digest here and find out if you missed some good posts:

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