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  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Jose Luis Latorre Millas  on  Jun 07, 2010 (2 weeks ago)
    Check this new behavior recently published with full source code at the Microsoft Expression Blend Behavior's gallery. It allows us to bind the mouse movement to a plane projection of a FrameworkElement without any line of code.
    Get it here and learn a bit more about it here: 

  • 5 comments  /  posted by  Boyan Mihaylov  on  Mar 10, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Tags: Browser , Interaction , Cookies , Bookmarks , C# , Boyan Mihaylov


    In my last article I showed you how easily Silverlight can interact with the HTML DOM. Not only you can execute JavaScript functions from your Silverlight application, but you can also call Silverlight methods from JavaScript. This functionality enables you to create very powerful applications.

    As you already know Silverlight runs in a sandbox. This is a special “place” limited for security reasons. It is part of the browser, so Silverlight runs in the browser. Here are some of the limitations of Silverlight:

    • You have no direct access to the local resources like printers.
  • 5 comments  /  posted by  Boyan Mihaylov  on  Jan 12, 2009 (more than a year ago)


    Silverlight helps for creating Rich Internet Applications (RIAs). It runs in the context of the browser. There is an isolated area, called sandbox, which holds the Silverlight application. But why is it necessary to restrict the Silverlight applications in such a way? The answer of this question is pretty simple - because of the security. Running such applications locally is dangerous. They may damage your computer or your data. So, there is a necessity to somehow restrict them. Thus, a Silverlight application runs in the sandbox.

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