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How to Load Application Templates dynamically from Resources files
Well on my last post, i talk about changes on controls in #Silverlight3, while i tried to use a demo about Navigation and Styles, Corrina and her team had developed 7 additional application templates, for the community to consume and they’ve put them up on the Expression Community Gallery for download: Aurora Frosted Cinnamon Toast Lime Shocker Pinky Retro Sky Line Subdued All templates are terrific and very easy to use only change the reference to the resource in the styles.xaml code file. But if ......

Posted On Thursday, July 30, 2009 3:17 AM

The tag 'XxX' does not exist in XML namespace 'clr-namespace:System.Windows.Controls;assembly=System.Windows.Controls and other movements on Silverlight 3
I just downloaded the application styles from here and try to use, but thrown the unexpected error: “The tag 'Expander' does not exist in XML namespace 'clr-namespace:System.Windo... According to Ensuring That Your Silverlight 2 Applications Work with Silverlight 3, in the entry 3.1: 3.1 DockPanel, WrapPanel, Expander, HeaderedContentControl, Viewbox, DataForm moved to the Silverlight Toolkit The following controls and types have been removed from the Silverlight ......

Posted On Thursday, July 30, 2009 1:14 AM

Dynamics Simulation and Geometric Modeling Using D* Symbolic Differentiation
Symbolic Lagrangian formulations of the equations of motion of tree structured constrained mechanical systems have the potential to be both more efficient and more numerically robust than formulations which use nonlinear kinematic constraint equations. D* is a program for efficiently computing symbolic derivatives, derive a simple recursive factorization of the Lagrangian equations of motion which, along with our extended implementation of the D* symbolic differentiation algorithm, yields empirically ......

Posted On Sunday, July 26, 2009 8:44 AM

Kerberos Interoperability Testing Workshop hosted by Microsoft
A few weeks ago Microsoft’s Kerberos team participated in the Kerberos Interop Workshop organized by the MIT Kerberos Consortium, being hosted here at the Microsoft campus here in Redmond. I had a chance to spend some time with the Microsoft folks (Michiko Short, Jeremy Viegas, Larry Zhu and Yi Zeng from the Microsoft’s Kerberos team) who participated in the event to discuss what happened. We thought it would be interesting to share a quick summary. This sort of interoperability workshop is an effort ......

Posted On Saturday, July 25, 2009 7:30 PM

Microsoft announced the Live Services Plug-in for Moodle
Microsoft announced the Live Services Plug-in for Moodle, a free download released under the General Public License v2 that integrates Microsoft's Live@edu services such as email, calendar, instant messaging and search directly into the Moodle experience. The complete article See you ......

Posted On Saturday, July 25, 2009 7:25 PM

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