Silverlight 4 Training Kit

Microsoft just released a free Silverlight 4 Training Kit to get you up and running with building business applications with Silverlight 4.

Here’s an excerpt from the Channel 9 site

The Silverlight 4 Training Course includes a whitepaper that explains all of the new Silverlight 4 features, several hands-on-labs that explain the features, and a 8 unit course for building business applications with Silverlight 4. The business applications course includes 8 modules with extensive hands on labs as well as 25 accompanying videos that walk you through key aspects of building a business application with Silverlight. Key aspects in this course are working with numerous sandboxed and elevated out of browser features, the new RichTextBox control, implicit styling, webcam, drag and drop, multi touch, validation, authentication, MEF, WCF RIA Services, right mouse click, and much more!

Here’s a list of the contents in this course

What's New in Silverlight 4

Silverlight 4 New Features

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 1 – Introduction

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 2 - Event Manager using WCF RIA Services

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 3 - User Registration with Authentication, Validation, Rich Text, Styling, and Commands

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 4 - User Profile with Drop Target, Webcam, Clipboard

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 5 - Schedule Planner with Grouping and Right Click

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 6 - Printing the Schedule

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 7 - Event Dashboard Running Out of Browser

Silverlight 4 Business Apps: Module 8 - Advanced Out of Browser and MEF



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Suprotim Agarwal
Suprotim Agarwal, ASP.NET Architecture MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional) works as an Architect Consultant and provides consultancy on how to design and develop Web applications.

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