Pick a Silverlight RIA scenario [D2D, B2E, B2B, B2C] or choose a Web Services style [SOAP/RPC, XML/REST]

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A Cup of Silverlight, RIA & Interoperability

This blog is about building Rich Internet & Interoperable Applications with Silverlight 2. You will also find technical information about the Eclipse Tools for SilverlightWe welcome your feedback.

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  • Blog Post: PDC2008 : Silverlight on its way to address Business Apps

    Last week at PDC 2008, Jamie Cool demonstrated some very cool work under progress at Microsoft, to deliver a first class development experience for people looking forward to build Business Applications on top of Silverlight. If you started working on business apps, you miss several capabilities with...
  • Blog Post: Architecture Series – Pure and Mixed configurations

    This is the first article in an Architecture Series dealing with technical options taken for the Eclipse Tools for Silverlight. Future articles will focus on the XAML rendering architecture, the Eclipse extension points as well as the “MSBuild” project structure preservation option that was taken to...
  • Blog Post: B2C scenario : Customer Environement

    The B2C scenario corresponds to Web applications accessed by customers , traditionnaly built with some dynamic HTML/AJAX technology running on the server side, that have been elected to leverage the Silverlight capabilities (enriched user experience, vector based contents, scaling, rich media…).To comply...
  • Blog Post: B2B scenario : Partner Environment

    The B2B scenario corresponds to Enterprise Web Services exposed to a partner through a Rich Client application, traditionnaly built with some dynamic HTML/AJAX technology running on the server side, that have been elected to leverage the Silverlight capabilities (enriched user experience, vector based...
  • Blog Post: B2E scenario : Intranet Environment

    The B2E scenario corresponds to internal Web applications , traditionnaly built with some dynamic HTML/AJAX technology running on the server side, that have been elected to leverage the Silverlight capabilities (enriched user experience, vector based contents, scaling, rich media…). As listed in Silverlight...
  • Blog Post: What are those SOAP/RPC and XML/REST styles ?

    In the Silverlight world, the sole protocol you need to care about is the HTTP protocol. Yet, you can take 2 directions to send and retreive messages from a Silverlight Rich Client application. The SOAP/RPC style leverages the SOAP specifications and the Remote Procedure Call paradigm (ie, a request...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight scenarios for Rich Internet Applications

    From the architecture described in the previous post a cup of Silverlight, a drop of Architecture , you may experience several technical requirements : Infrastructure Security DMZ (if the application is internet facing), Secured transport (HTTPS) if private communication has to be enforced...
  • Blog Post: A cup of Silverlight, a drop of Architecture

    We discussed before what Silverlight is about from a technical standpoint . Moving from theory to implementation, let's discuss today the architectural challenges when building a Silverlight App. The following considerations apply to Siliverlight 2 beta 2 (current version of Silverlight as of July 2008...
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