Chapter 12. Developing Web Applications

In the previous chapter, you learned how to build a simple Windows-based graphical user interface (GUI) using C# and WPF. Although WPF gives programmers the ability to easily build extremely rich user interfaces, it is not always practical to assume users will access your programs through a traditional Windows-based PC. With the proliferation of intranets, web applications, and mobile devices, applications now need to allow users the ability to access the interface through a variety of browsers and devices. This chapter shows you how to build a web-based user interface using Silverlight. If you experience a sense of dèj´ vu while reading this chapter, it is by design. Silverlight interface design and programming ...

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