HMS, Tome 4 : Le mystere de la Perle by Roger Seiter, Johannes Roussel

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NET option provides essentially the same debugging experience as a Silverlight-only solution. NET website. NET website) and looks for the currently selected page. It then launches the default browser and navigates to that page. The difference is that it doesn’t request the start page directly from the file system. Instead, it communicates with its built-in test web server. This web server automatically loads on a randomly chosen port. It acts like a scaled-down version of IIS but accepts requests only from the local computer.

However, this attribute does not appear in the Object Browser, so you won’t be able to determine whether a specific feature is usable in a Silverlight application until you try to use it. ) For example, Silverlight applications are allowed to access the file system only through the isolated storage API or the OpenFileDialog class. For that reason, the constructor for the FileStream class is decorated with the SecurityCritical attribute. Silverlight Add-on Assemblies The architects of Silverlight have set out to keep the core framework as small as possible.

The standard behavior is for the Silverlight test page to detect the problem and notify the user. However, this may not be enough to get the user to take the correct action. For example, consider a user who arrives at your website for the first time and sees a small graphic asking them to install Silverlight. That user may be reluctant to install an unfamiliar program, confused about why it’s needed, and intimidated by the installation terminology. Even if they do click ahead to install Silverlight, they’ll face still more prompts asking them to download the Silverlight installation package and then run an executable.

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