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Silverlight 3: Cached Assemblies and you can to

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0 comments   /   posted by Silverlight Show on Jul 14, 2009
Tags:   cached-assemblies , silverlight-3
One of the new features that Tim Heuer mentioned in his What’s new/changed post on Silverlight 3 was the fact that any application developer can take advantage of the cached assembly functionality provided by Silverlight. In this post Tim will show you exactly how to do this.

The assembly caching feature is a cool feature to be able to take advantage of when your architecture makes sense to leverage it.  It isn’t going to be for everyone, but that’s what makes it great – it is an opt-in feature for you as the assembly developer as well as the consumer.  With a few simple steps you can take your Silverlight assembly and prepare it for use on this feature as described above.


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