First Look at Silverlight 2
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Published: 22 Feb 2008
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In this article, Scott examines the features included with the upcoming Beta 1 release of Silverlight 2.0. He provides a detailed coverage of features oriented for developing Cross Platform and Cross Browser applications. Scott has provided relevant links from his previously published articles which enables you to develop a simple Digg client application along with the screen captures.
by Scott Guthrie
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Last September we shipped Silverlight 1.0 for Mac and Windows, and announced our plans to deliver Silverlight on Linux.  Silverlight 1.0 focused on enabling rich media scenarios in a browser, and supports a JavaScript/AJAX programming model.

We are shortly going to release the first public beta of Silverlight 2, which will be a major update of Silverlight that focuses on enabling Rich Internet Application (RIA) development.  This is the first of several blog posts I'll be doing over the weeks and months ahead that talk in more depth about it.

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