Packaging and Deploying Silverlight Applications


Silverlight is a client-side technology. This means any server can host a Silverlight application since there is no dependence on IIS or ASP.NET. For many applications, the only configuration that must be done on the server for the Silverlight application itself is configuring the MIME type. While server configuration is straightforward, there remain many aspects to creating and deploying Silverlight applications. This chapter will explore in detail the parts of Silverlight applications and will discuss Silverlight class assemblies, as well as issues such as versioning and caching.


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