Microsoft has released Silverlight platform design to work with Symbian S60 devices at the on MIX10 conference at Las Vegas.
Microsoft has bought the Silverlight platform to a non-Microsoft mobile platform for the first time ever. Silverlight is a cross platform implementation of Microsoft’s .NET Framework for creating interactive applications for the web on desktop computers and mobile phones.
The current Silverlight beta for Symbian comes in two forms – one as an installer for Symbian ^1 (S60 5th edition) devices and the second one in the form of a developer tools suite for developing Silverlight applications for Symbian devices.
If you happen to be a developer, you might want to check these links for further details:
Download Silverlight for Symbian Developer Tools – Beta Developer Tools
Download Silverlight for Symbian – Beta
Screenshots of the Bing and Seesmic applications run using Silverlight API.
via Nokia Saga