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Microsoft Silverlight 5 is a rich application framework for creating high-performance, cross-platform desktop and mobile applications. In this course, author Walt Ritscher demonstrates how to build a variety of applications in Silverlight, with particular focus on building compelling business applications and delivering premium video and audio content. Developers will work with the C# programming language and Visual Studio Professional, as well as Expression Blend, a tool that simplifies creation of the interactive user interfaces expected in modern-day applications.
Thanks for watching Silverlight 5 Essential Training. Now that you've seen the core features of Silverlight, you are ready to create your own fabulous applications. Silverlight is a big platform and has many topics not included in this series. That gives you a great opportunity to dig in and continue learning. Don't forget, these movies are always available here at lynda.com, so if you need a quick refresher session, you can come back to the site and review the topic again. These sessions are also available on DVD, so you can watch them even when you are without Internet access.
Once again, I am Walt Ritscher. I write about Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation on my blog at blog.xamlwonderland.com. You can follow me at twitter.com/waltritscher or learn more about my Shazzam pixel shader tool utility at shazzam-tool.com. I always have something cooking when it comes to .NET, so look me up at the next convention or invite me over to speak at your user group. There's nothing like sharing some tech talk about .NET applications with your friends. Good luck! Now go create something great.
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