The only time that I have visited Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino was to talk to the QuickTime product manager.
This was way back in the heady days of 1996, when QuickTime was five years old. 517 more words
This is an update to a blog post I first made in 2011: https://csharpdeveloper.wordpress.com/2011/04/02/how-to-prevent-foreign-language-subfolders-in-silverlight-projects/
We are still supporting Silverlight applications, though we should have them rewritten in HTML within a year. 279 more words
Malicious websites are exploiting a recently fixed vulnerability in Microsoft’s Silverlight application framework to perform drive-by malware attacks on vulnerable visitor devices, a security researcher has determined. 273 more words
Silverlight is officially dead. There was a time, though brief, when Silverlight was the choice to develop new UI apps. Silverlight was the natural choice when UI had to be browser independent, platform agnostic and be able to develop using the goodness of the .NET Framework. 313 more words