The Dashboard Spy

April 24, 2008

Silverlight Dashboard

Filed under: Dashboard Screenshots — Tags: — dashboardspy @ 2:46 pm

Here at the Dashboard Spy, we have been keenly observing the development of the various RIA (Rich Internet Application) technologies and their applicability towards business intelligence dashboards. We’ve looked at plenty of AJAX, FLEX/Flash and mashup dashboards, but now let’s examine a Silverlight dashboard. Yes, Silverlight business dashboards are hard to come by, but Infragistics has produced quite a nice demo.

In terms of background, Silverlight is a Microsoft technology. It is a framework for providing rich applications to the web browser and is generally thought of as a competitor to Adobe’s Flash. Unlike Flash, however, Silverlight applications are delivered to a browser in a text-based markup language called XAML. This means that search engines can scan XAML (as opposed to not being able to look inside compiled Flash applications), giving Silverlight an edge in terms of search engine optimization.

Here are some screenshots of the Infragistics Silverlight demo. The interactive demo is called faceOut and can be found at http://labs.infragistics.com/silverlight/faceout/. You’ll need to have Silverlight 2 installed on your machine to view the demo. Hit the more link further down on this page and look for a video of the dashboard if you don’t wish to install Silverlight at this time.

Here are some screenshots.

Here is what you get if you don’t have Silverlight installed:

Silverlight installation needed to view this dashboard

Here are some screenshots of the sales dashboard:

First, select a customer:

Select customer for metrics dashboard

Then here is the Silverlight dashboard:

silverlight sales dashboard

And here is the video I captured of the Infragistics Silverlight dashboard. Click on the image to visit the video.

Video of Silverlight Dashboard
 

Tags: Silverlight dashboard, customer dashboards

 

 

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