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Windows Phone 7 Silverlight Watermark TextBox Control
A Windows Phone 7 TextBox control, providing Watermark text to add a visual clue to the user for what he has to enter in the field, like the built-in Calendar app when you want to create a new appointment. The control inherits TextBox.
A Windows Phone 7 ListBox control, providing CheckBoxes for item selection when in "Choose State" and no CheckBoxes in "Normal State", like the built-in Email app, with nice transition. To switch between states, set the "IsInChooseState" property. The control inherits ListBox.
The Scrypt RSA Library provides asymmetric encryption capabilities for Microsoft Silverlight 3+ and Windows Phone 7. In this initial release we've added RSA Encryption with support for key sizes from 256-bit to 4096-bit.
Noboru (Japanese for ascend) is a library of Silverlight 3 based controls. Our goal is to give programmers a set of RIA controls that allow Office 2010 like user interfaces. The controls are implemented in C# and target Visual Studio 2010 and Expression Studio 3.
Rapid Repository is Windows Phone 7 Database and Silverlight Database. The repository simplifies storing and querying entities for windows phone 7 and silverlight using a similar pattern to the Entity framework. The repository is written in C# and supports Linq to objects.
Sterling is a lightweight NoSQL object-oriented database for .Net 4.0, Silverlight 4 and 5, and Windows Phone 7 that works with your existing class structures. Sterling supports full LINQ to Object queries over keys and indexes for fast retrieval of information from large data...
This toolset coded in C# currently contains a Windows Phone 7 IoC (Compact Container port with the Common Service Locator desktop port) and DI framework for Windows Phone and Silverlight. This allows true implementation of the MVVM pattern for your Silverlight applications.
WP7 Catto Free App - Windows Phone 7 .NET Silverlight Sample App This is a WP7 app that is a free sample of examples. Currently the app is running in the emulator and supports a few nice features of the phone such as orientation, input scope, control of the back button.
WP7iPhone is a Windows Phone 7 C# Silverlight app that mimics the famous iPhone interface. It's completely useless, my main goal here was to teach myself more about Silverlight layout, animations, binding, etc.
ScalableTextElement is a component for Silverlight. It includes controls that contain text : - ComboBox - TextBlock - TextBox - ListBox - RadioButton - CheckBox - Button The font size is automatically chosen depending on the size of the control.
Client library for invoking simple REST services based on URIs only. Simple POCO serialization applied. Asynchronous as well as synchronous (using manual reset events, not synchronization contexts) supported. Target: Full .NET, Silverlight 4 as well as Phone 7 Silverlight.
This is a high performance, custom graph control for the WP7 platform. It supports user touch to scale and translate along the X-axis, accepts custom data to populate the graph, and can draw fill or line charts. This control smoothly scales to hundreds of thousands of points.
SilverDudde Toolkit for Silverlight contains a collection of silverlight controls making life easier for developers. You'll no longer have to worry anymore because these controls will help you guys save your time. It's developed in C# for Silverlight 3.
The Silverlight Input Control is an open-source project built on top of the Microsoft Silverlight 3.0 and Silverlight 4.0, framework. It is a effort that provides powerful input controls (MaskedEdit / Validations / Attached Services) in Silverlight. It's developed in C# with .NET
Chrysalis is a lightweight framework to simplify development of Windows Phone 7 Silverlight applications. It focuses in particular on managing the lifecycle of the application, and simplifying access to the capabilities of the phone.