If you can’t catch MIX11 in-person, watch the event live from Las Vegas on the MIX live video streaming website.
Microsoft released the beta version of Silverlight 4 at PDC in November, 2009. On the 2nd day of Mix10, Microsoft announced the availability of the release candidate version of Silverlight 4 which comes with many new features which include better out-of-browser capability, powerful media and better tools to support Visual Studio and Express Blend.
As many people speculated, Microsoft declared Silverlight 4 as the functionality platform for Windows Phone 7 Series. Microsoft also unveiled Express Blend 4 beta which also adds support for Silverlight 4, .NET Framework 4 and Visual Studio 2010.
MIX 2010 live streaming is available online and you can catch all the Microsoft fun there. MIX10 is about to begin in an hour.
MIX is a 3 day conference for web designers and developers building the world’s most innovative web sites using Microsoft technologies.
This latest Facebook desktop client is by Microsoft and is based on Silverlight.
Silverlight 4 beta version has been released to public and is now available for download. Silverlight 4 promises to enhance the overall user experience, improving speed, performance and rendering for browsers.
This was announced and released yesterday at the day 2 of Microsoft Professional Developers Conference 2009 (PDC09).