- screencast showing the Surface Silverlight application running, with a few variations.
- Desklets using Moonlight: this is part of Novell's HackWeek: a project to create desklets using Moonlight on the Linux desktop.
Jackson shares with us Scribbler:
With the 1.0 RC and 1.1 refreshes, Microsoft updated some of their existing demos:
This is the Chess demo running on Moonlight. The .NET AI version and Human version are working.
We now have most of the visual elements of the Silverlight Airlines demo working.
Jackson work on the Silverlight Airlines demo now shows various components:
Chris Toshok's modified version of Surface that loads the Mono logo from a Path/Data components, and runs a live Silverlight widget:
Jackson and Sebastien got Paths working, this is from Sam Ruby's SVG to Silverlight page. This in particular shows a sample that renders on Silverlight but fails with SVG:
Sebastien has been working on getting the Surface Silverlight demonstration to work with our implementation. Here you can see it in our Gtk# shell:
Chris Toshok has been running parts of Dr Popper in Moonlight.
Chris Toshok got the downloader class to work, this is the standard demo.cpp:
Moonlight running Tattoo sample:
The Mono Monkey as a xaml file rendered in the browser. The monkey was converted from our SVG monkey file, and is stored using Path Markup Syntax.
MoonLight plugin showing smile xaml sample:
Firefox with MoonLight plugin running Binary Clock SilverLight application:
This shows two videos playing, and they are being scaled and rotated (together with a rectangle that has radiusx/radiusy set and has a transparent filling). At this time animation is done with the Storyboard, with a couple of DoubleAnimations on a Timeline:
This one shows using a video as a stroke pattern, the video is animated, and one of the squares is actually rotating around in the screen (the one tilted):
A progression of screenshots taken while developing the path markup parsing code. The end result is the bozo.xaml image from Sam Rubys SVG Workbench.
Screenshot of the XAML parser, now pulling colors out of XAML files and showing off it's rebellious side.
Very first screenshot of the XAML parser parsing and rendering a line and a rectangle.
This was the first screenshot, video is rotated, but as you can see the video was not being decoded properly (libswscale renders to a different format than Cairo expected), the image is rotating: