Chapter 4. The Navigation Framework

One of the issues (as a developer) in the early versions of Silverlight was that when you created a new Silverlight project, you were essentially given a blank slate—with no existing user interface structure/framework to help you get started. This created quite a barrier for creating business applications in Silverlight, which typically contain complex user interfaces with numerous views that the user must navigate between.


When you create a new project using the Silverlight Application project template, you get exactly the same amount of user interface structure that was available in Silverlight 2.

Therefore, to attempt to create a business application of any size in Silverlight 2, you would have to start ...

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