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Silverlight, Silverlight & co
Yosi Taguri Developer & Platform Adoption Group , Microsoft Israel
Song Track: Ojoe You can be my fIrefox

Silverlight News:
The open-source Mono project will show off an early version of Microsoft’s Silverlight browser plug-in running on Linux later this week.

Info: Includes Show notes from both Silverlight and Silverlight & co. Episodes
Presentation Core map
Good Silverlight Info Page
Silverlight is a new Flash player where combines vector graphics, raster graphics,
Sound files, video files, and human interaction elements.

Silverlight is new cross-platform browser plug-in delivering the next generation of
Microsoft .NET–based media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web.

A media player that can run web applications on both Windows and Mac in IE, Firefox and Safari

Cool Silverlight Products:
Toolkits like Flash and Silverlight attempt to cram more functionality into a web browser
Media applications, fluid and intuitive, all are fast deployed

When Web Sites Become Web Services
When the browser become the platform
A platform that allows you to use web-based technologies such as JavaScript etc. on the desktop.
User can interact with the javascript display to edit data or view new data
web browsing with 3D experience

Silverlight Producats:

by Microsoft Silverlight
PopFly Update
Microsoft takes on yahoo pipes with new popfly web app

Top Banana
: is really amazing video editing software created for Silverlight by Metaliq.
Metaliq demo
It runs in the web browser, cross-platform, developing with Silverlight 1.1. Video
As with Adobe’s Flash (Flex , Apollo), Silverlight will also have development tools for designers and developers to create embedded content.
Download , Overview.

Firefox Cario
Cairo is great for drawing scalable interactive user interfaces, as well as video overlays, information visualization, maps, graphs and data driven graphics!

Internet Online /Offline Desktop Applications

 Google Gear
listen to AudioPill podcast about Google Gear: Here
Articles: zdnet article , API Developer’s Guide , Video
What Is? Gears is a browser extension that will enable people to access their Web applications when working offline.

Current Products: A look at google Reader the first Gears-enabled program from Google is Reader, which is an RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feed reader for blogs and news items.

Google Gear

Database: sql lite
Cache and serve application resources (HTML, JavaScript, images, etc.) locally
WorkerPool Allows web applications to run JavaScript code in the background, without blocking the main page’s script execution.
Under 1 megabyte in size!

: The Company intends to work with all web community members to establish a standard which provides a consistent API for developers for offline functionality.

Google said Google Gears introduces new JavaScript APIs for data storage, multi-threading and application caching features, enabling developers to bring offline capabilities to complex web applications. It confirmed the technology works with the main browsers on the Windows, Mac and Linux platforms.

Microsoft New products:
Microsoft Surface: Just Cool or what Video, More Video
Microsoft unveils sensory surface computer
Compactions: Ted

New Microsoft 3d picture technology

Photosynth demo
Photosynth (based on Seadragon technology) creates breathtaking multidimensional spaces with zoom and navigation features that outstrip all expectation.

Importing all of your photos to a 3d medial organizer
Use web crawling to complete your views
Requirements: turn on graphics hardware acceleration

related links from the show:
Parrallels 3.0: running Windows XP on Mac OS X, Vista Parallels Tutorial

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  1. listened to a half , need 2 get back 2 work.
    can’t wait to continue…..
    great job !

    Comment by daniel | June 14, 2007 | Reply

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