Thursday, October 10, 2013

Creating a discrete value slider in Silverlight


Having spent some time with WPF, I thought of giving Silverlight a try. It is often best to start with simple little fun-stuff, right? So I created a couple of small puzzle applications (a Jigsaw Puzzle and a Sliding Tiles Puzzle). Both the puzzles went online a couple of days ago and are working great. Now is the time for me to share some of the experiences I got (I intend to write more articles, as I learned great new things during the past few days).


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