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Silverlight.FX

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Categories: SVG - XAML - WPF - Silverlight

Author: Nikhil Kothari

Latest version: 3.2
Added 2009-09-18

Application framework for building Rich Internet Applications with Silverlight.
Silverlight.FX focuses on providing building blocks and controls that allows applications to be naturally well-architected.

Features include:
- Application Model: features a richer Application object providing a service model, an IoC container, support for theming, view model (M-V-VM), navigation and MVC, amongst various other features.
- User Interface Components: provides a small set of enhanced controls, support for Forms and Windows, master page like containers, layout controls and data-bound controls.
- Declarative Views: provides a framework for writing behaviors, actions, triggers, and commands, and also provides a set of out-of-the-box implementations.
- Effects and Transitions: provides a procedural animation framework capable of implementing tweens and interpolations and easing behaviors. Additionally it provides simple but broadly applicable animations that can be applied as effects and transitions to standard controls in a fully declarative manner.

Built for .NET 2
Built for .NET 2
Built for Silverlight
Built for Silverlight
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