If you are a presentation layer developer or designer, we do not need to tell you how important controls can be in building quality user interfaces efficiently with a modular approach. To that end, any good UI development framework comes with a comprehensive library of controls, and Silverlight is no exception. From basic controls like
Button, RadioButton, and
CheckBox to more advanced controls like
DataGrid, Silverlight offers a fairly wide set to choose from. Most of the Silverlight controls distributed as a part of the core runtime are found in the
System.Windows.Controls.Primitives namespaces in the
System.Windows assembly. Additional controls are distributed as a part of the Silverlight ...