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  Microsoft pulls the plug on its Silverlight.Net site
Time: 12:09 EST/17:09 GMT | News Source: ZDNet | Posted By: Robert Stein

Microsoft has closed its primary Web resource for its Silverlight browser plug-in and development framework - the Silverlight.Net site - breaking loads of links out there to resources and discussions on Silverlight, as noted by blogger Tim Anderson on ITWriting. Clicking on those links dumps users into a bare-bones Silverlight informational page on Microsoft's MSDN site.

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#1 By sodablue (5248 Posts) at 12/9/2012 1:21:41 AM
HIP HIP HURRAH!

HIP HIP HURRAH!


Silverlight is finally dead.

It's time to drive a stake through the heart and cut off the head, and take whoever came up with this idea back behind the chemical shed.

#2 By testman (243 Posts) at 12/10/2012 4:19:43 AM
It isn't dead, doh! Read the article properly.

However, it's clear that it's only a matter of time.

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