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Silverlight Basic Introduction

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  • 1. Welcome By… Chayandip Presentation on
  • 2. Presentation Overview
    • What is SilverLight?
    • How does it relate to other client-side technologies?
    • How important is it?
  • 3. What is SilverLight?
    • One word definition: Flash
      • Browser plug-in: cross-browser, cross-platform
      • Use case today: Animated ads, Video
      • Use case tomorrow: Applications (Flex)
      • Benefits: Adds functionality + write-once-run-everywhere
    • Why SilverLight not Flash?
    • More words: Flash + .NET
    • More words: WPF-subset + .NET-subset
  • 4. Comparing client platforms HTML / CSS / JavaScript / AJAX Desktop: WinForms WPF Silverlight Flash / Flex Web:
  • 5. Why to use SilverLight
    • Vector based vs. pixel based
    • Scalable – Looks good at multiple resolutions
    • XAML – Similar to HTML
    • Declarative
    • Designers and programmers work in parallel
    • Rich customization is possible in a well-designed way
  • 6. SilverLight - Positives
    • Lightweight at 4-6 MB, quick download
    • .NET based
    • Write in C# or VB.NET
    • Use familiar class libraries
    • Rich state-of-the-art GUI
    • Vector based
    • All types of content handled uniformly
    • Secure - sandboxed
  • 7.
    • Not quite here yet
    • “ Pig in a poke”
    • Sandboxing limits functionality
    • Conflicting products within Microsoft?
    SilverLight - Negatives
  • 8. SilverLight 2.0 Features:
    • Communications:
      • REST, POX, RSS, and WS-* communication
      • Cross domain network access
      • Sockets
  • 9. Question & Answer
  • 10. Thanks

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