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: How-To : Silverlight accessing Java SOAP services (Part 1 – Cross Domain : IIS + Tomcat)

    The How-To series demo Silverlight accessing Web Services in various configuration. In this post, we will demonstrate a SOAP service consumed by a Silverlight client application. This scenario can be categorized as a D2D scenario with a cross domain policy. Both the Silverlight and SOAP service are...
  • 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: Cross Domain : Trouble while accessing Web Services

    When Silverlight attempts to access a Web Service, if the SOO is different from the Web Service host, you have to deal with a cross domain issue. This issue can occur in various scenarios as described in Silverlight scenarios for Rich Internet Applications The issue can be treated as follow : 1...
  • 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: How-To : Silverlight accessing Java REST services (Part 1 - Cross Domain : IIS + Tomcat)

    The HowTo serie demoes Silverlight accessing Web Services in various configurations. In this post, we will demonstrate a REST service consumed by HTTP GET and POST requests issued from a Silverlight client application. This scenario can be categorized as a D2D scenario with a cross domain policy. ...
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