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SilverlightShow Webinar: Running Silverlight Outside the Browser and with Elevated Trust, by Chris Anderson

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0 comments   /  Video with Chris Anderson  /  70 minutes  /  Sep 09, 2010
Tags:   webinar , silverlight , out-of-browser , elavated-trust , chris-anderson
Categories:   Line-of-Business , Out-of-Browser
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Watch a recording of SilverlightShow Webinar 'Running Silverlight Outside the Browser and with Elevated Trust', delivered by Chris Anderson (read full webinar info).

Download the sample application used during the webinar

The webinar covered the following topics:


  • Silverlight OOB vs WPF XBAP
  • How to take your Silverlight application outside the browser (to run in sandboxed mode)
  • New features available to sandboxed OOB applications
  • Enabling elevated trust for OOB applications
  • New features available to OOB applications with elevated trust
  • Signing your Silverlight OOB application
Thanks to everyone who actively participated in the Q&A session, and provided their feedback on this webinar! We apologize for the bad sound quality at times.

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Guest profile

Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson

Chris Anderson has been a professional developer for over 10 years, specializing in building desktop, web, and mobile business applications using Microsoft technologies for industries as wide ranging as accounting, property valuation, mining, the fresh produce industry, logistics, field services, sales, and construction.

Chris is now a co-owner of Peer Placements (a specialist recruitment firm for software developers), in addition to working as a consultant, author, and Australian representative of SilverlightShow.net. Currently specializing in Silverlight, Chris has spoken on this topic at conferences such as Code Camp Australia, TechEd Australia, Silverlight Code Camp Australia, REMIX Australia, and numerous Sydney Silverlight Designer and Developer Network (SDDN) meetings (for which he is a co-organiser). He is also the author of Pro Business Applications with Silverlight 4 (for Apress), and co-author of Professional Visual Studio 2010 (for Wrox). Chris maintains a blog at http://chrisa.wordpress.com/, and can be found on Twitter at http://twitter.com/christhecoder.


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