There is now a Silverlight 2.0 version of MyXls, as requested in the forums, and outlined at http://blog.in2bits.org/2009/08/20/MakingSilverlightExcellent.aspx !
Submit your own examples to help other users and enjoy a nicer, cleaner layout with our revamped website at http://myxls.in2bits.org -- thanks Todd!
v0.6.2 includes initial read functionality as well as numerous bug fixes - check out the changelog and release notes for details!
It's not all the way there just yet, but I just checked in code with the most basic read functionality (it successfully reads 1 cell at A1). It probably is able to do more, but only time and testing will tell. I also need to start adding some other things in the Read, like Formatting, etc.
If any of you care to see this project continue to develop, I would love to have any and all help. I all but completely gave up working on the project for the last month or so because I needed to try my hand at different projects. It seems I'm unable to give it up completely, though. But I'm no longer able to give it the time I have in the past. So to keep it rolling, I need community involvement. That community starts with you! No help (or skill) too small. Email me via http://sourceforge.net/sendmessage.php?touser=1144972 and let's get to it!
I've just checked in code that has initial support for locking cells. See my post at https://sourceforge.net/forum/message.php?msg_id=4791311.
Check the Changelog for details, but this release is much more robust. Happy New Year and Merry Late Christmas!
Integers, doubles and floats are now written directly from .NET primitives via bitshing and the .NET BitConverter.
My dev machine (my laptop) drive crashed, and so development on the project will resume once I have restored my system (I'm taking the opportunity upgrading from XP to 2003). No progress should be lost - just a few days time.
MyXls has now been tested to support generating files in excess of 35MB in size containing > 2.5MM populated cells.
The new release 0.5.1 has some exciting new items:
Samples: A samples solution is now included with a website demonstrating the basics and some advanced uses. This will be expanded later.
SummaryInformation: SummaryInformation and DocumentSummaryInformation metadata is now 75% supported. This allows you to populate the items in the File->Properties dialog in Excel.
Enhancements: Added a Save convenience method to save the XlsDocument to disk.... read more