Catherine Heller has written up a great post that describes a new feature in Silverlight Streaming. Having uploaded a Silverlight application to the Silverlight Streaming service, you can now embed it in any web page as an <iframe>.
If you want to include a cool Silverlight gadget on your blog, but your blog engine doesn't support custom scripts or XAML files, this will work well. It's also perfect for a social networking site like Facebook, since you can create an application that hosts an <iframe>.
Here's a little example that demonstrates this:
All it took to embed this was one element:
<iframe src="http://silverlight.services.live.com/invoke/32/SlLogo/iframe.html" frameborder="0" width="258" height="100" scrolling="no" />
Of course, you're welcome to steal this one-liner to add some Silverlight "bling" to your own site :-)
In the next post, I'll walk through a step-by-step guide to uploading an Expression Blend project to Silverlight Streaming.
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This is quite handy when trying to embed silverlight in a site when having no access to code, etc.
For using this in your normal website isn't very efficient.
Wherefore we created a .NET control for use in our own sites. See here: http://web-snippets.blogspot.com/2007/09/embedding-silverlight-using-net-control.html
via Tim Sneath: How to Embed Silverlight Content in Almost Any Web Page
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I have been meaning to start video blogging (vlogging) for some time. I think you can get stuff across