Over the past five chapters, you’ve taken a detailed look at the different types of visual elements you can put inside Silverlight pages. You’ve learned how to use layout containers and common controls, and how to respond to mouse and keyboard evente. Now it’s time to take a second look at the Silverlight application model, which shapes how your application is deployed and hosted.
KeywordsApplication Model Visual Studio Class Library Event Handler Application Class
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