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In this section, we showed you how to display static HTML websites in BLOB storage services. Next, we ll look at hosting Rich Internet Applications (RIAs), specifically Silverlight applications.
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10.2 Hosting Silverlight applications in BLOB storage
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Although you ll usually host your Silverlight applications in a standard Windows Azure web role, you can host your Silverlight applications in BLOB storage, if required. Depending on your web application, you can effectively use BLOB storage to achieve massive scale for minimal cost. For example, in our podcasting example from the previous chapters, it might make financial sense to have your website hosted in a web role, but to also have a Silverlight media player hosted in BLOB storage. If you run a foreign currency exchange website, you might want to host the main site (which could offer the option to purchase currency) in a web role, but host an exchange rate calculator in BLOB storage.
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In this chapter, we re focusing on Silverlight because it s familiar to
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.NET developers. Although we re looking exclusively at Silverlight, the techniques discussed in this section are applicable to other RIA solutions (for
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example, Flash, Flex, Air, and so on). In this section, we ll look at how you can enable such scenarios by showing you how you can do the following using BLOB storage: Host a standalone Silverlight application that s contained in a static HTML page Host a standalone Silverlight application that s contained in an ASP.NET web page Get your Silverlight application that s hosted in BLOB storage to communicate with external web services Store external Silverlight application access files And now for the details that will enable you to do all this wonderful stuff with BLOB storage.
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10.2.1 Hosting the Silverlight Spectrum emulator
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If you ve developed a standalone Silverlight application that requires no interaction with any backend services, BLOB storage is a cost-effective candidate for hosting your Silverlight application. These types of applications typically include games, tax calculators, and other widgets. For our next example, we ll show you how to host a small Silverlight application in BLOB storage. The application that you ll host is a Silverlight ZX Spectrum emulator, which was an 8-bit home computer of the 1980s, very like a Commodore 64 (actually, that s not true; it was much worse, but it had spirit). Figure 10.6 shows the emulator running from BLOB storage.
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When the BLOB stands alone
The ZX Spectrum emulator not only allows you to play games from the 1980s, but as you can see from figure 10.6, you can even write BASIC programs in it. Now, we don t want you to lose focus on this book as soon as you load this thing. As cool as Jet Set Willy is, it won t help you deliver your amazing cloud-based application. You ll have to continue to pay attention to learn how to do that. To store the application in BLOB storage, upload ZXSilverlight.xap using the same procedure you used in the previous section. (You can download this Silverlight application and its source code from http:// www.azureinaction.com.) You must Figure 10.6 Silverlight application running in BLOB storage set the BLOB with the correct MIME type; otherwise, the browser won t be able to launch the application. The MIME type for a Silverlight application is application/x-silverlight-app. You re also going to store the HTML page that hosts the Silverlight application in BLOB storage. The following listing shows the HTML that runs the ZX Spectrum emulator Silverlight application (ZXSilverlight.app).
Listing 10.2 HTML for the ZX Spectrum emulator Silverlight application
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" > <head> <title>Silverlight Project Test Page </title> <style type="text/css"> html, body {height: 100%; overflow: auto;} #silverlightControlHost {height: 100%;} </style> <script type="text/javascript" src="Silverlight.js"></script> </head> <body> Specifies Silverlight <div id="silverlightControlHost"> plug-in <object data="data:application/x-silverlight," type="application/x-silverlight-2" Specifies width="100%" height="100%"> Silverlight 2 <param name="source" value="ZXSilverlight.xap"/> application <param name="background" value="white" /> </object> Specifies location </div> of Silverlight </body> application </html>
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