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Getting started with Silverlight: Part 7 – Out-of-browser experiences

This is part 7 in a series on getting started with Silverlight.  To view the index to the series click here.  You can download the completed project files for this sample application in C# or Visual Basic. In our final stage of this getting started series, we are going to make our application available for installation outside of the browser.  The steps are much simpler than you think. Create the manifest Using Visual Studio, right-click on the Silverlight application’s project and choose properties.  You’ll see a dialog box come up – notice the checkbox about Out-of-browser settings:...

An out-of-browser install pattern for Silverlight

One of the features that a lot of developers seem to enjoy is the out-of-browser feature in Silverlight.  This is the feature that allows you to take your Silverlight application and run it like a desktop application (without some of the trust levels right now).  If you aren’t familiar with the feature, take a moment and familiarize yourself with it…here’s some info: Silverlight 3 Out of Browser developer APIs Sample Application Feature overview (from the PM that owns the feature) Now that you have some...


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