Microsoft Silverlight 3: A Beginner s Guide in Visual Studio .NET

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Microsoft Silverlight 3: A Beginner s Guide
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Use descriptive titles for pages Add description metadata Use a meaningful application name Use the HTML Object tag Specify alternative content for Silverlight so that down-level users are accommodated Use CreateObject when using Silverlightjs Thoroughly test down-level experiences and content
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Most robust LOB applications offer the ability to visualize data managed by the application using graphs, charts, diagrams, and reports Microsoft has worked hard to deliver the tools, features, and functionality necessary to build LOB applications in Silverlight 3 However, a major feature missing in Silverlight 3 is the ability to print Silverlight content Some reports from Microsoft claim that the decision to exclude printing capability from the Silverlight release was an effort to reinforce green applications that do not waste paper Although direct printing functionality is not included in Silverlight, data presented in a Silverlight application can be visualized in detail using graphs, charts, diagrams, images, media, and animation However, integration with a more sophisticated reporting solution such as SQL Server Reporting Services is not yet supported directly in Silverlight 3 With that said, it may appear that there is no good news about printing and reporting in a Silverlight 3 application However, tools and functionality are included so that a Silverlight application can be integrated with a Microsoft Office application Hence, a Silverlight application can use Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel to generate advanced reports that are ready to print
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Globalization is the process of creating an application that can be presented to users from different cultures and locales For example, a globalized application may present data in English to users from the United States while presenting data in Chinese to users from China An additional term that is commonly used when discussing globalization is
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localization Localization takes globalization one step further and creates very specific settings for a particular locale For example, although an application may display content in Spanish for users in Mexico and users in Spain, many settings will differ between Mexico and Spain, such as the date and time settings, monetary settings, and so on Silverlight supports a subset of the globalization and localization features available in the NET Framework using classes in the SystemGlobalization namespace Silverlight globalization is somewhat limited in comparison to the NET Framework, though Silverlight supports the following:
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Creating globalized and localized Silverlight applications can be complex and is beyond the scope of this book For more information on Silverlight globalization, visit the MSDN Silverlight Deployment and Localization page located at http://msdn microsoftcom/en-us/library/cc189057(VS95)aspx
Out-of-Browser (OOB) Support
Among the gamut of new features available in Silverlight 3 is the ability to install a Silverlight application locally on a user s machine and run it in an offline mode When a Silverlight application is installed locally on a user s machine, it is referred to as an out-of-browser (OOB) application Once enabled for offline support, a Silverlight application may be installed on a user s machine in response to a mouse or keyboard gesture or programmatically, but the user must initiate the offline installation Given offline support, Silverlight applications may be created to be always connected, always disconnected, or occasionally connected
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Enable Silverlight Out-of-Browser Support
Enabling a Silverlight 3 application for out-of-browser support is a fairly easy process Here are the steps to follow:
1 Start or open Visual Studio 2010 2 Create a new Silverlight application 3 Design some type of Silverlight user experience similar to that shown in Figure 12-8 4 In the Solution Explorer, right-click the Silverlight project and select Properties from
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