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Application extension services enable one to extend the Silverlight application model. Extension services are typically used to encapsulate functionality used by multiple applications in a particular feature domain. For example, one can use extension services to implement specialized media handling or a custom data access layer.
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The purpose of this post is to show what happens behind the scene of the Out-of-Browser Experience introduced with Silverlight 3 and how one can re-use a Silverlight XAP package to deploy it on any machine using XCOPY or a media drive and run it as a desktop application in out-of-browser style.
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“In Silverlight 3, you can opt-in to have the Silverlight client perform the HTTP handling. By opt-in, I mean, if you don't specifically choose the client to perform HTTP processing, it will be done by the browser, just like it always has been. However, if you decide you need to call REST services, you can easily do this with Silverlight3 by opting in to the client HTTP stack.”
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Designed to aid in the development of WPF and Silverlight applications, Caliburn implements a variety of UI patterns for solving real-world problems. Patterns that are enabled by the framework include MVC, MVP, Presentation Model (MVVM), Commands and Application Controller.
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Source code and unit tests for the managed Silverlight 2 controls included in System.Windows.dll, System.Windows.Controls.dll, and System.Windows.Controls.Data.dll.