It’s been quite a while since Microsoft has introduced the Beta 2 release of Silverlight. There are plenty of Silverlight enthusiasts who are passionate about this cross-platform browser application programming. They’ve already given us some useful and eye catching applications. Some applications have given us the feel that this is the future of web programming. I’m a great follower of WPF. In fact I’ve always been and will be. Silverlight has many things in common with WPF but also many different things missing, being a subset of WPF. For the last couple of days I was thinking about creating some eye-catching, innovative user interface but something common, something people have already seen. The idea was converting an existing user interface which was written using another platform, and of course using WPF.