1. First Look at Silverlight 2 (http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2008/02/22/first-look-at-silverlight-2.aspx)
In this article, you will have a first look at Silverlight that focuses on enabling Rich Internet Application (RIA) development.
2. The Importance of an Impressive User Interface (http://www.learn-silverlight-tutorial.com/AnimatingSilverlight.cfm#h1.1)
In this lesson of the Silverlight tutorial, you will learn about the elements used for drawing graphics and to animate graphics by using Expression Blend.
3.How to Start with Silverlight (http://www.dotnetfunda.com/tutorials/silverlight/)
They are beginning this tutorial by the creation of a project for a Web application, running in a navigator, and who requires the Silverlight plug-in, plus the SDK for programmers.
A good and useful collection of Silverlight tutorials if you want to learn how to get start with it?
This article is a tutorial on how to use Silverlight 2.0 to make a nifty animated navigation bar much like the one at the top of the Silverlight.net website.
In this tutorial author is going to show you how to create a simple styled minimap to use in your Virtual Earth Silverlight projects that looks exactly like the one we used in our Twittermap demo.
A downloadable source code of Silverlight 3 Photo Gallery Wall Application with useful information to understand how it was done.
This tutorial will introduce interactive animation. With Interactive Animation, we have the ability to start and stop our animations when we want without having to resort to subterfuge.
In this article author will show you the basics of the DataForm control – what you can do with it and why you should use it. He will show you how you can bind an item or a collection of items to a data form. Microsoft guys have done a great job with this control, so there are many features that you can use directly without much pain.
11. Securing Silverlight Application and WCF Service using ASP.Net Authentication Techniques (http://smehrozalam.wordpress.com/2009/01/07/securing-silverlight-application-and-wcf-service-using-aspnet-authentication-techniques/)
In this article you can learn the securing Silverlight Application and WCF Service using ASP.Net Authentication Techniques.
In this author will describe in details how you can use the BackEase animation.
The main idea is to let Silverlight’s Grid do the work. So at the beginning Author split the given string into words and draw them hidden into temporary grid, so he get the ActualWidth of each word.
This article gives an introduction to XBAPs and provides information about the differences between WPF Standalone applications, Silverlight, and XBAPs. Nihar explains the steps used to create a sample XBAP application and how to deploy and run it.
This is the collection of 50 sample applications developed in Silverlight.