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If you are building rich application experiences in Silverlight, you can now use the power of dependency injection. It was possible to use Unity on Silverlight before, but you had to make some tweaks since Silverlight has some differences from the desktop common language runtime (CLR). We are happy to announce the official release of Unity for Silverlight.
The following capabilities and packaging of the Unity container have been adjusted in this release:
An updated quickstart is also included.
See Chris’s post for more details on how this release was produced.
As always, submit your feedback and/or questions via Unity community forum.
Merry Christmas! and … Joyous Coding!
This looks great, I've been doing some messing around with Silverlight and would love to try out Unity so this is perfect!