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Microsoft® ASP.NET 4 Step by Step by George Shepherd

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Chapter 24. Silverlight and ASP.NET

After completing this chapter, you will be able to

  • Understand the importance of Microsoft Silverlight.

  • Create a Silverlight application.

  • Add Silverlight content to Web pages.

  • Understand the "Silverlight way."

  • Work with Silverlight layout.

  • Work with Silverlight animations.

Chapter 21 covers integrating Windows Presentation Foundation–based content into a site using XAML-based browser applications (XBAP). Using XBAP is an alternate way to get content out to the client's browser. Rather than simply emitting some HTML tags that turn into controls when they hit the browser, WPF XBAP applications allow for much richer content, including sophisticated layout schemes, deep and varied colors, and even two-dimensional and three-dimensional ...

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