Great site where you can make your own movies, save them and send them to your friends. Love the style...
Staring competition between you and the pride of english rugby. Uses a webcam to detect blinking.
Bokito's drumsolo. No link to the product whatsoever, but an awesome videoclip.
They also make beautiful things in the netherlands...
Hours and hours of video content, totally free
Friday, September 14, 2007
How to use Flash in websites is common knowledge by now. Silverlight, however, is a different story.
For using a single Silverlight object in a page, the following lines of code are required:
We have created a SilverlightPanel in .NET that does this for you. Our panel inherits the System.Web.UI.WebControls.Panel, overrides the OnLoad and Render methods and uses the following properties:
This one line does the same as the lines above, but has the following advantages:
Using the default embedding method in combination with the ASP.NET AJAX framework (
When Microsoft decides to change the way Silverlight objects are embedded, only this control needs to be changed instead of multiple pages, sites, ascx controls, etc.
You can download the project here