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INETIANS 10k entry – code released :) October 23, 2009

Posted by Jose Luis Latorre Millas in INETA, INETA Europe, Silverlight, Silverlight Streaming, Windows Live.
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Well it took some time but I have published the full source code of my Mix 10k entry http://2009.visitmix.com/MIXtify/TenKDisplay.aspx?SubmissionID=0138.

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It comes from some background experiments with parallax, inspired in old age video games and an interesting entry from Jose Fajardo, http://www.cynergysystems.com/blogs/page/josefajardo?entry=what_a_beautiful_thou_distracting in which he introduced a very interesting parallax background effect that I tried to emulate and make it a bit toolable –  a codeplex project for this background system is on its way ;).

You can get the code here: http://inetians.codeplex.com/

Have fun!

Silverlight challenge growing up!!! January 25, 2008

Posted by Jose Luis Latorre Millas in INETA, INETA Europe, Silverlight, Silverlight Streaming.
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Hi, just to share with everybody that the great competition held at Europe by INETA Europe, with a total prize of around 200.000$ is growing up on participations!!!

You can check the main competition website here: http://www.silverlightchallenge.eu/

Or go to the competition of each country on each of the websites here:

Countries & participations:

Have fun, there are quite interesting applications too!!

Jose

Managed version (2.0) of the 1.0 Silverlight Media Quickstart December 7, 2007

Posted by Jose Luis Latorre Millas in Article, DotNetMania, Silverlight, Silverlight Streaming, Windows Live, Windows Live Web Services.
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Hi, this is my humble Silverlight 1.1 version (oops, sorry, 2.0) of the Silverlight 1.0 media quickstart. As this is a thing I found it lacked from the 2.0 Quickstarts :P. Source code, even it is not too much is included, enjoy!

The link is this one for the stand alone version and this other for the Silverlight Streaming version.

Note that for the Silverlight Streaming version you will have to create an account and put your Silverlight Streaming Live Account Id in the CreateSilverlight() Javascript function.

This code was written for an article at a magazine we here at Spain adore, DotNetMania and if you want to get a detailed explanation of this “Quickstart” version, I reccommend you to access the magazine’s website and suscribe to it (or buy the number), as I will not provide further support for it than just the download, sorry.

Anyway, it’s a great magazine and I’m honored to be able to write at it :)

Oops, forgot to put the code :P Here it is

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