This past weekend I had the honor of presenting my IronRuby, the DLR and Silverlight talk at Cleveland Day of .Net. As promised I am posting the Deep Zoom sample that I had created.
One gotcha that you will hit is that during the development, you will be required to add the mime type for the *.bin extension in your chiron.exe.config file by default located at C:\Program Files\Microsoft SDKs\Silverlight\v2.0\Tools\Chiron, add <mimeMap fileExtension=".bin" mimeType="application/x-binary"/> in the mimetypes section.
For the first three demos (gradient rectangle, mirror image, rotating text), access my previous blog post here.
You can download the Deep Zoom Composer here, remember to export as a composition, and if you are using IronRuby you need not bother with the Silverlight project. Once the project is exported, copy the files exported to the assets folder of your Silverlight application. Ensure the xaml of the MultiScaleImage element is pointing to the info.bin file of your composition.
I am planning on putting together some screencasts that will step through applying IronRuby, as well as Silverlight (and Deep Zoom). Stay tuned!
(first three demos are here: Prior Blog Post )