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Mastering LOB Development for Silverlight 5: A Case Study in Action by Rocío Serrano, Braulio Díez

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Summary

The capabilities offered by Out of Browser (OOB) applications are amazing. If we also add the possibility of elevating permission (in-browser and OOB trusted), the result is a light web application that can be almost as powerful and functional as a desktop application. Remember this chapter when a client indicates non-standard requirements of a web application (such as the integration of the application in an ATM, accessing the local filesystem, and so on). Anyway, before accepting, make the possible concept tests and ensure the functionality is covered.

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