Friday, November 30, 2007

Silverlight - Updates

  • On November 29, Scott Guthrie announced that Silverlight 1.1 will now be known as Silverlight 2.0. This is really exciting news. I think it will really help clear up some of confusion that is currently surrounding 1.0 vs. 1.1. Because of this...

  • May the book title Silverlight 1.1 in Action rest in peace. However, this does not mean the book is cancelled. Oh no! Instead it is being appropriately named:

  • Silverlight 2.0 in Action. The book cover and information will be updated to match the new title shortly. When this book is in your local book store, it will have been in development for over a year. That is a pretty long time for a technical publication. This should be a hint as to breadth and depth of content you should expect. Because of this, I think there will be a number of individual who will want to discuss the content. To help assist in this, I would like to announce the
  • Silverlight 2.0 in Action Facebook Fan Page. Become a fan today (man I get cheesier each and every day, just ask my girlfriend's dog, Buster):


rei said...


Sorry, that dog's awesome :D

And yeah, 2.0 makes a lot more sense than 1.1.

I hope they've decided to be more careful with their version numbers after all the confused customers (and confused customers' customers) and bad press they got from .NET 3.0.

Fedail said...

how can i start
can you write lessons about start it

Chad Campbell said...

Hi Fedail,

You can get started by going to and following the instructions.