Monthly Archives: March 2011

Uploading multiple files to Umbraco with Uploadify

Last week I was working on an Umbraco project which required that the frontend users are able to upload several images to Umbraco. After a good few minutes of googlin’ for a javascript library that could handle this, I ended up fooling around with a library called Uploadify. Uploadify is described like this: “Uploadify is [...]

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Combining Silverlight 4 and Umbraco pt. III: Final preparations and copy/pasting

Alright, so far so good! J In this last part of my blogposts about running Silverlight with Umbraco as backend I will go through the final steps to get the application up and running. When everything builds nice and smoothly it’s time to change the path to the services in the Silverlight application. These paths [...]

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Combining Silverlight 4 and Umbraco pt. II: Setting up the Silverlight application

Hi again, in this part I will go through setting up the Silverlight application in Visual Studio and create the WCF services needed to consume the XML data from Umbraco. First off, let’s create a new Silverlight Navigation Application. You could go for a regular Silverlight application and make some custom navigation, but as I [...]

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Combining Silverlight 4 and Umbraco pt. I: Setting up Umbraco

Hi all, time again to update my blog here with some new stuff regarding Umbraco and Silverlight. I’ve always been fascinated by the possibilities of working with Silverlight and since my first impression of using Umbraco in my online solutions I’ve thought about combining these two powerful tools – even though the man himself, Niels [...]

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