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Microsoft Silverlight extends and amplifies your existing development skills, empowering you to build new types of applications for the Web regardless of target platform or browser.
Get Started Building Silverlight 2 Applications
- Install Silverlight Tools for Visual Studio 2008 SP1
This add-on for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 or Visual Web Developer Express with SP1 will install the necessary Visual Studio updates, Silverlight project templates, developer runtime, and SDK. For additional information read the overview and the Silverlight 2 Readme Notes.
- Install Microsoft Expression Blend 2 and then install Microsoft Expression Blend 2 Service Pack 1
Expression Blend 2 along with Service Pack 1 allows designers to graphically create UI’s for Silverlight 2 applications.
- Install Deep Zoom Composer
This tool allows you to prepare your images for use with the Deep Zoom feature in Silverlight 2.
- Download Silverlight Toolkit
This Toolkit is a Microsoft project containing Silverlight controls, components and utilities that can be downloaded and used in your Silverlight applications. It includes full source code, samples and tests.
Start Learning Silverlight 2
- Watch the Getting Started Video
This video will show you how to install the Silverlight tools then how to create your first Silverlight application.
(13 minutes, 2 seconds)
- Read Scott Guthrie's 8-part blog series
Scott's blog posts will walk you through the fundamentals of Silverlight 2 and will help you build a sample application along the way. Each step includes source code.
Part 1 - Creating a Hello World with Silverlight 2 and VS 2008
Part 2 - Using Layout Management
Part 3 - Using Networking to Retrieve Data and Populate a DataGrid
Part 4 - Using Style Elements to Better Encapsulate Look and Feel
Part 5 - Using the ListBox and DataBinding to Display List Data
Part 6 - Using User Controls to Implement Master/Details Scenarios
Part 7 - Using Templates to Customize Look and Feel
Part 8 - Creating a Digg Desktop Version of our Application using WPF
- Read Scott Guthrie's Blog Post: "First Look at Using Expression Blend with Silverlight 2"
Read Scott's blog post to understand the key features of Expression as you build a sample application, or watch Jesse Liberty's 3-part video series on the same subject.
Part 1 - Introducing Blend to Silverlight Developers
Part 2 - Intensive Silverlight Programming and Expression Blend
Part 3 - Programming Silverlight With Blend: Data Binding and More
- Watch the following introductory videos for Silverlight 2
Silverlight 2 allows you to create rich interactive applications for the Web using Visual C# and Visual Basic.
- Read Jesse Liberty's Tutorials
Learn more about Silverlight 2 with the regular tutorial series from Jesse.
- Read Scott Guthrie's blog post: "Silverlight 2 Released"
Scott’s blog post highlights several customers and the key features of Silverlight 2.
More Silverlight Learning Resources
More Training Videos
Watch dozens of videos for designers and developers, from the novice to the professional.
Visit the QuickStarts to create your first application
QuickStarts are task-based samples that provide an excellent way to learn the features of Silverlight. Each sample walks you through a feature and demonstrates how you can use that feature in your Silverlight-based applications.
Download a sample from the Gallery
Upload and share your Silverlight sample in the Gallery.
Have a question? Visit the forums
Developers and designers throughout the world post questions and answers to the Silverlight forums.
What's Different in RTW?
Read about the differences and breaking changes between Silverlight 2 Beta 2 and RTW.
Microsoft Silverlight 2 SDK
If you are not installing the Microsoft Silverlight Tools for Visual Studio 2008 which includes this SDK, you can download this SDK to create Silverlight Web experiences that target Silverlight 2. The SDK contains documentation, samples and other tools for building Silverlight applications.
Read the documentation
The documentation on MSDN will help you understand Silverlight.
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This is the main Silverlight RSS feed and includes community blogs, news