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  • 6 comments  /  posted by  Jonas Follesø  on  Jul 24, 2008 (more than a year ago)

    Note: This article is submitted by Jonas Follesø for Silverlight Contest: Write and Win.Thanks a lot, Jonas! Hello All, Please drop a comment if you like it.


    Silverlight and Flash have many similarities. Both are browser plug-ins that enables web developers to build richer internet applications. You can choose to have Silverlight or Flash occupy the entire screen and build all off the application, or you can have Silverlight or Flash embedded as small islands on your HTML page.

    When you decide to include Silverlight or Flash on your page there are many scenarios where you may want to enable the application to interact with the rest of your page. You may want to read data from the HTML page, or update certain HTML elements at runtime. Perhaps you are gradually enhancing an existing web application and need to leverage existing JavaScript code running on the page. In these scenarios you need to leverage the browser integration model supported by Silverlight or Flash to communicate between your application and the hosting HTML page.

    In this tutorial I’ll walk you through the basics of browser integration, and how you can make Silverlight and Flash talk to each. The tutorial starts off with some basic examples of browser integration in Flash and Silverlight, and move on to show how to enable webcam support in Silverlight using Flash.

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