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In Silverlight, you cannot bind directly to XML data. A possible workaround for this
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In Silverlight, there is no XMLDataProvider class. In Silverlight, there is no DataTemplateSelector class. In WPF, this class provides a
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Commanding The following are the differences between Silverlight and WPF regarding commanding: Routed commands are not available in Silverlight. However, the ICommand interface is available in Silverlight, allowing developers to create their own custom commands. The Prism Library provides the DelegateCommand and Composite Command classes to simplify command implementation. In WPF, controls can be hooked up to commands through their Command property. By doing this, developers can declaratively associate controls and commands. This also means that a control can interact with a command so that it can invoke the command and have its enabled status automatically updated. In Silverlight, several controls support the Command property, but not as many as in WPF. For Silverlight controls that do not offer Command properties, consider using Expression Blend behaviors to invoke the command based on triggers. There is no input gesture or input binding support in Silverlight. Miscellaneous The following are some miscellaneous differences between Silverlight and WPF: In Silverlight, the UIElement class has an internal constructor; therefore, you cannot create a control that inherits from it. In Silverlight, there is no x:Type markup extension support or support for custom markup extensions. In Silverlight, there is no x:Static markup extension support or support for custom markup extensions. In Silverlight, items added to a TabControl control are not automatically wrapped inside a TabItem type, as is the case with WPF. All Silverlight network calls must be asynchronous. Silverlight networking, except for trusted out-of-browser applications, respect server-client access policies for servers outside the site of origin.
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You can download Project Linker from Visual Studio Gallery or open Visual Studio, click Tools, point to Extension Manager, click Online Gallery, and search for Project Linker. For more information about structuring your assemblies to take advantage of the binary compatibility support between Silverlight and WPF, see the CLR Team Blog post, Sharing Silverlight Assemblies with .NET Apps : http://blogs.msdn.com/b/clrteam/archive/2009/12/01/sharing-silverlightassemblies-with-net-apps.aspx. For more information about WPF architecture, see WPF Architecture on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms750441.aspx. For more information about Silverlight architecture, see Silverlight Architecture on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb404713(VS.95).aspx. For a summary of the differences between WPF and Silverlight, see WPF Compatibility on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc903925(VS.95).aspx. For more information about the Visual State Manager and how it works in creating controls, see the following MSDN articles about creating customizable controls: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc278064(vs.95).aspx. (for Silverlight) http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee330302.aspx. (for WPF in .NET Framework 4) For more information about creating an application with elevated trust, see Trusted Applications on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee721083(VS.95).aspx. To access web resources more easily, see the online version of the bibliography on MSDN: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg405487(PandP.40).aspx.
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To successfully move a Prism application into production, you need to plan for deployment as part of the design process. This chapter covers the considerations and actions you need to perform to prepare your application for deployment and the actions you need to take to get the application in the user s hands. Silverlight and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) have two very different hosting environments; therefore, the deployment considerations differ depending on whether you are building a Silverlight Prism application or a WPF Prism application.
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Silverlight applications are delivered as .xap files via an HTTP request from a browser. A .xap file is really just a .zip file with a different file name extension and certain expectations about its content. A .xap file contains a set of application assemblies, an application manifest Extensible Application Markup Language (XAML) file that describes the package, and possibly additional resource files that the application uses. The .xap file is downloaded by the Silverlight plug-in hosted in a web page. After the Silverlight plug-in is downloaded, it activates the application and runs it within the context of a web page. Note: Even if you plan for your Silverlight application to run outside of a browser, the user will first need to use a browser to access the application s hosting page. After that, the user has the option of installing the application for out-of-browser use. As a result, the deployment of a Silverlight Prism application is mostly a matter of placing your .xap files in the right place on a web server so that the hosting page can download and run them. As discussed in 4, Modular Application Development, you can package application modules in multiple ways, including having multiple modules in a single .xap file or having a single .xap file act as a container for a single module. This decision should be based on whether multiple modules need to be downloaded at the same time because of dependencies between them or the way in which the application will be used, or whether the modules are logically independent. Packaging each module in its own .xap file can
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