In this session we’ll take a demo-based approach to exploring the top new features that come with Silverlight 4. We’ll take a look at the capabilities that combine to make Silverlight great for business applications with key features like printing, copy-paste, clip-board access and the possibility to relax the security sandbox for out-of-browser applications in order to better integrate with the software stack on the local machine. We’ll also take a look at the other core capabilities like webcam and microphone integration, greatly improved data-binding, Visual Studio 2010 support and a lot more. Come along and get a picture of what Silverlight 4 provides as a platform for Rich Internet Applications in 2010.
This session is presented by Mike Taulty during Microsoft DevDays 2010 in The Hague in The Netherlands.
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