Lots of great news, posts & articles spilling out of Tech.Ed 2007 (Florida), with a few tidbits that I thought I’d mention :
Could Silverlight 1.1 assemblies be generated with Visual Studio .NET 2005 ?
Well, if you read the GetStarted page of Silverlight you see only upcoming Visual Studio codename Orcas as development platform.
Well, in VS2005 you can create a class library which will build against the Silverlight runtime, but it’s a little work.
Might have to give that a go !
Like with any .NET application, you can simply use “notepad” if you’re a bit of a sadist, and have lots of spare time.
I was thinking about how I could do this with Notepad.
Of course, I will miss the great Intellisense support which you will get with Visual Studio, but sometimes I would like to do small changes
i.e. directly on the Web server where I have no Visual Studio installed.
Thanks to Michael Schwarz for both of those articles.
Some other Tech.Ed 2007 stuff :