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Business application examples for silverlight
  

I have recently started learning about the silverlight, I want to expand a silverlight business applications incoporting as much of the functionality as achievable. So I thought to take some help from you guys about this topic. Please provide some notes that should contain the detailed information about the business application examples for silverlight. I hope that someone hanging out there must have got an idea about my requirement. So please help me fast as possible.

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Re: Business application examples for silverlight

Today, enterprise-class Applications LOB require secure delivery of information across network boundaries, oftener over the Internet, with role-based UI and data trimming Applied for the business context. Organizing Silverlight on the client and the Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 on the server potentials brilliant supplies for building scalable and secure LOB Such applications. The lightweight Silverlight runtime within a sandbox running libraries Provides framework for amalgamation with back-office data services. In order to build robust Applications with Silverlight, designer and developers require understanding the Silverlight programming model and its framework features in the milieu of a real-world application.
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Re: Business application examples for silverlight

The CoreCLR has an uncomplicated code access security (CAS) model-simpler than the desktop CLR in Silverlight for the reason that only needs to implement Security Policies at the application level. This is because, as a platform-independent Web client, it cannot rely on any scrupulous enterprise or machine policies being in effect, and it should not permitted to user to change Existing Policies. There are a few exceptions, such as OpenFileDialog and IsolatedStorage (storage quota change), WHERE Silverlight needs the user's unambiguous permission for breaking the sandbox default rule set. OpenFileDialog is used for accessing the file system, while IsolatedStorage is used to access the isolated storage and namesake-increase the storage quota.
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For Desktop Applications, each executable loads unerringly one copy of the CLR, and the OS will only process one application restrain. Each application system has a domain, a shared domain, a default domain, and a massive amount of explicitly created AppDomains. A similar domain is found in the model CoreCLR. In the case of Silverlight, several applications, probably from dissimilar domains, will be running in the same OS process.
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In Internet Explorer 8.0, each tab runs in its own secluded process; thus all the Silverlight Applications hosted within the same tab will be running in the context of the same CoreCLR instance. As can be each application from a dissimilar domain of origin, for Security Reasons, each relevance will be loaded into its own AppDomain. There will be as numerous instances of CoreCLR tabs as there are presently hosting Silverlight applications. Analogous to the desktop CLR, EACH its individual AppDomain will get static pool of variables. Each domain-specific pool will be initialized AppDomain During the bootstrapping process.
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Silverlight is premeditated for an extensive range of Applications that requires varying degrees of framework and library support. A simple application May, for example, play audio files just a FEW of bytes to help with the intonation of words on a dictionary or display a Web site banner ad. On the other hand, LOB Applications require endeavor class security, privacy of data, state management, integration with other applications and services, and instrumentation support, to name a few. At the equivalent time, Silverlight needs to have a slighter runtime that so deployment over the Internet will not be a predicament on slower connections. The Silverlight runtime is approximately 4MB in size and, in accumulation to CoreCLR libraries and coreclr.dll agcore.dll Such as, NECESSARY contains the libraries mandatory by app developers. These consist of the fundamental following libraries: mscorlib.dll, System.dll, System . Net.dll, System.Xml.dll, and System.Runtime.Serialization.dll. The runtime that supports the browser plug-in is installed classically under the C: \ Program Files \ Microsoft Silverlight \ 2.0.30930.0 \ directory. This that gets the directory is created when a computer downloads and installs Silverlight as a ingredient of the Web browsing session.
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