SilverX is a free software which aims to help Silverlight designers/developers for converting existing Flash content to Silverlight.
It supports most of the Flash’s basic features like: vector primitives, images, texts & animations.
SilverX can be used for other scenarios as many applications has “export to SWF features” which means they can be converted to Silverlight now (ex: exporting CorelDraw vector graphics to SWF file and then convert it to Silverlight XAML).
In this article Jeff Wilcox provides a comprehensive guide about using the AutoCompleteBox control in Silverlight.
Cal Schrotenboer posts an article about developing Silverlught 2 application with Ruby and Python. He also tells about several demo applications in this article.
Silverlight, which is used in more websites everyday, has several beautiful free controls, components & tools that will help you develop websites faster & better.
They are not very easy to find as they are hidden inside the blogs of Silverlight developers or .NET products websites & there are still not so many resources where you can read about Silverlight.
WebResourcesDepot have collected these free Silverlight controls, components & tools to help making your websites brighter.
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Use the standard System.Windows.Form .NET library for both Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight. It allows .NET developers to write standard WinForms applications that will run on these two RIA platforms.
This free grid control has data grouping, data sorting, row editing, multi-row selection features & many more.
It is a feature-rich & very professional grid solution.
Visifire – Silverlight Charts