Silverlight 3: Good News and Bad News

Silverlight 3 has been released by the end of the last week. There are some impressive new features, such as element-to-element binding, better text/font display, and so on, and this version is finally pretty much “as expected” (my personal opinion is that version 1 was a preview, and version 2 was a beta :-)).

However, the LicenseProvider-based licensing system that is available as a standard for all the other .NET technologies (such as Windows Forms, WPF, and ASP .NET) is still missing (officially, not yet supported), and this limitation is very frustrating from a component author/developer perspective.

About Sorin Dolha

My passion is software development, but I also like physics.
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