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Silverlight Streaming CS Module

Posted in ASP.Net/Web Services | WPF/E | Silverlight at Wednesday, 02 May 2007 05:17 Pacific Daylight Time

Now that there is a central place to host your Silverlight applications, creating a Community Server Module for Silverlight is a lot easier. I took my previous WPF/E CS Module and modified it to work with the Silverlight streaming service. If you want to add this to your blog follow these steps:

1) Download my CS Module source code and compile it. Follow the installation instructions in the readme.txt file.

2) Create an account on the Silverlight streaming service.

3) Read Tim Heuer's excellent post on how to create and upload your Silverlight application to the server.

4) Write a blog post and embed the <silverlight /> tag with your information.

The Silverlight app should show up in the blog post, but I know that the url that I output in the feeds will not be correct. I've only found how to preview my own applications when I'm logged in but I haven't found an easy way to send a link. I'm sure this is possible (if not, can we get it added?).

Here is a sample Silverlight 1.1 app for your viewing pleasure.

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