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It is worth mentioning the client profile (a cut-down version of the full .NET Framework) aimed at reducing application size and installation time is also used for WPF applications. For more information about the client profile, please refer to 4.
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You have barely touched the surface with all the new functionality available in WPF 4 but4.0 before you leave this area I would like to mention a number of other additions that were made: New XAML parser Many additions to XAML 2009 language such as support for Generics RichTextBox now supports custom dictionaries rather than just using the OSprovided dictionary (http://blogs.msdn.com/text/archive/2009/10/02/customdictionaries.aspx) Text selection can be customized for TextBox, RichTextBox, FlowDocumentPageViewer, FlowDocumentScrollViewer, FlowDocumentReader, and PasswordBox with the new Selection Brush API
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Many changes to API and refactoring of XamlSchemaContext for performance improvements System.Xaml.dll no longer has a dependency on WindowsBase.dll The same XAML stack is utilized by WCF, WF, and WPF Performance optimizations in Baml2006Reader class New class XamlXmlReader Improved localization support Baml2006Writer class might be available with this release, which could potentially allow the obfuscation of BAML
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Silverlight developers are in for a treat with the latest version of Silverlight which offers the ability to run your applications offline, deep linking for content and much more.
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NOTE This chapter assumes a basic knowledge of Silverlight and WPF. If you haven t used Silverlight before you might want to take a look at 14 where I introduce Silverlight.
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Before you look at the new changes in Silverlight 3.0, note that upgrading can potentially break existing applications. This URL lists breaking changes: http://msdn.microsoft.com/enus/library/cc645049(VS.95).aspx. And this URL provides guidance on how to upgrade your Silverlight 2.0 applications: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc645049(VS.95).aspx.
Offline Applications
Probably the best feature of Silverlight 3.0 is the ability it offers to run your applications offline. Offline Silverlight applications run with the same permissions as their web counterparts, so they do not require additional permissions to install. Offline applications also work on both PC and Mac platforms, providing a very easy way to create cross-platform .NET applications.
Creating an Offline Application
To enable your Silverlight applications to run offline is very easy and involves making a simple change to the AppManifest file. Try it now: 1. 2. Create a new Silverlight application called 15.Offline. Add some content (e.g., an image).
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Open the project properties (see Figure 15-22).
Figure 15-22. Enabling offline application in project properties 4. 5. 6. 7. Check the box marked Enable running application outside of browser . Click the Out-of-Browser Settings button and note that you can set properties such as images, window size, and application title. Press F5 to run your Silverlight project and then right-click the Silverlight app. The Silverlight menu will open up. Select the Install 15.Offline Application onto this computer option (see Figure 15-23).
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Figure 15-23. Installing a Silverlight application onto the computer 8. Silverlight will then ask you to confirm where you want to place shortcuts to your application: Start menu and/or Desktop (see Figure 15-24).
Figure 15-24. Offline Silverlight application 9. Check both the Start menu and Desktop options.
10. Close the browser. 11. Now click one of the short cuts that has been created, and your application will load up running offline (see Figure 15-25):
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Figure 15-25. Running a silverlight app offline
Uninstalling Offline Silverlight Applications
If you want to uninstall an offline Silverlight application, simply right-click the window when it is running locally and select the Remove this application option.
Detaching Manually
You probably don t want to explain these steps to end users, so the Silverlight API contains an Application.Current.Install()method that performs the same functionality. Application.Current.Install() method returns a Boolean value indicating whether the detachment was possible or not.
Retrieving Attachment State
To query whether your application is running online in a browser or detached, use the Application.Current.IsRunningOutOfBrowser method.
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Detecting Connection Status
Now that you have the ability to run applications offline, it is very useful to be able to determine whether the user is connected to the Internet. This can be accomplished through the GetIsNetworkAvailable method that returns true if the user is connected: System.Net.NetworkInformation.NetworkInterface.GetIsNetworkAvailable()
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