In Chapter 1, you learned that there were two ways to build a Silverlight project—in a standalone project with an HTML test page, or alongside an ASP.NET test website. So far, most of the examples you’ve seen have used the first approach, which assumes that your Silverlight application is a distinct piece of programming functionality. It may exist on the same page as some server-generated content, but it doesn’t need to interact with server-side code.
KeywordsVisual Studio Test Page Session State Video Window Proxy Class
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