Creating Particle Effects in Silverlight

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  • 11 years ago

    Great post, very informative ! thank you John. Recently I have been working with Microsoft Silverlight, looking at how to put together a simple database application. I am no designer; my interest in Silverlight is to do with cross-platform deployment, a consistent runtime, and an alternative to HTML and Javascript. It seems I am not alone in this respect; the Silverlight forums are dominated by programming rather than design queries.

    Presuming that Microsoft's continues its rapid pace of Silverlight development, my guess is that it will evolve into an excellent client for .NET applications, do you agree?

    Tim Anderson talks more about this on ITJOBLOG. ( )

  • 11 years ago

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