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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.
If you are a Premium Member of Lynda.com, or if you're watching this tutorial on the DVD-ROM, you have access to the Exercise Files used throughout this title. I have copied the Exercise Files to my desktop. Let's take a look. I am going to open the Brushes chapter. Inside each chapter are the individual movie Exercise Files. Let's take a look at movie number 4. This is the starter project for Creating Effects with Video Brush. When you open this folder, you will see an SLN file. This is the file that you open in Visual Studio or Expression Blend.
Since I have Visual Studio installed in this computer, I can double-click on the SLN file and it will launch Visual Studio. If you are a monthly subscriber or annual subscriber to lynda.com, you don't have access to the Exercise Files. But, you can follow along with your own projects and assets. Let's get started!
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