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Last week, Microsoft released Silverlight 5 Release Candidate (RC). If you didn't yet download the bits and try out the new features, read the post "Silverlight 5 RC is now Available". During the week, we submitted blog posts from various sources to on Silverlight, Windows Phone 7, LightSwitch, XNA and other similar categories.


In this blog post, find the top viewed 5 posts @SilverlightZone. "The WP7 Motion API" was the popular post. Read more to find out the complete list, as well as the Archive links of Daily News Headline.



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Top 5 Posts of the Week

Here comes the top 5 posts of the week. Posts placed above the fold were from @apeoholic, @WinPhoneGeek, @sumitdutta21, @mbcrump and Juliette Guibert. These were taken based on the highest nos. of views in each post during the week. Read the posts if you didn't already:


Daily News Headline of the Week

We have our daily news archived in a single page. If you missed to read this week's posts, find them here:

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