How can you implement the Silverlight 3 Out Of Browser feature?


Silverlight 3 came up with Out Of Browser support. Using that feature one can install the application just like a standalone windows applica... - Article authored by Kunal Chowdhury on , and was last updated on 2011-01-30T05:12:22Z.

How can you implement the Silverlight 3 Out Of Browser feature?
Follow us on:    Twitter  |  Mastodon  |  Facebook  |  WhatsApp  |  Telegram  |  Google News

Silverlight 3 came up with Out Of Browser support. Using that feature one can install the application just like a standalone windows application. Hence no need to open the browser to run the Silverlight application. Today for the first time I gone thru the APIs & created a sample application. Here I will discuss about the same to give you a demonstration. It is quite easy to implement.

Create a Silverlight application using Visual Studio 2008. This will automatically create “MainPage.xaml”. Now open the MainPage.xaml & add the following lines inside the LayoutRoot Grid:

<StackPanel Margin="20" HorizontalAlignment="Center">
<
TextBlock Text="Silverlight Out Of Browser Demo Application"
FontSize="20" HorizontalAlignment="Center"/>
<
Button x:Name="btnInstall" Content="Install as Out Of Browser Application"
Width="300" Height="20" Margin="20"/>
</StackPanel>

Read the Complete Article @ DotNetFunda.com