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Silverlight for In-Browser, Out-of-Browser and Elevated Applications

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Silverlight is known as a "browser plug-in" but it can easily be used to build 3 different kinds of applications cross-platform. There's the browser app, the out-of-browser app and the elevated-trust out of browser app. Here we'll take a look at how you build all 3.

We also look at how you offer an installation experience and how you can go around the upgrade/remove cycle for an out of browser application.

Thanks to Paul Irish for the browser icons :)


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Mike Taulty Microsoft (UK): http://mtaulty.com: mtaulty@microsoft.com: twitter.com/mtaulty

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