Chapter 6. Browser Integration

Silverlight 4 is a web browser-hosted control that runs in Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome on the PC and Macintosh computers. As such, there will be scenarios where developers need to customize how the control is configured. There will also be cases where developers need to modify the web browser Document Object Model (DOM) from Silverlight as well as situations where developers need to modify the Silverlight application from the DOM.


Any performance or functionality differences that appear among Firefox, Safari, and Internet Explorer are considered bugs by Microsoft.

In Chapter 2, which focuses on the basics of the Silverlight programming model, we included recipes related to interacting with the browser: ...

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