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PC27. Silverlight And WPF Sharing skills and code. Ian Ellison-Taylor General Manager Microsoft Corporation. Why not one thing? . Different Scenarios Desktop applications Web apps/RIAs Mobile phone applications Server applications Different requirements Size & Performance

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silverlight and wpf sharing skills and code

PC27

Silverlight And WPFSharing skills and code

Ian Ellison-Taylor

General Manager

Microsoft Corporation

why not one thing
Why not one thing?
  • Different Scenarios
    • Desktop applications
    • Web apps/RIAs
    • Mobile phone applications
    • Server applications
  • Different requirements
    • Size & Performance
  • Technical limitations
    • Platform differences
    • Browser differences
high level goals
High-Level Goals
  • Build rich applications
    • … using the same people
    • … with the same skills
    • … with the same workflow
    • … with common code
deciding what to use when
Deciding what to use when
  • .NET Framework is the best desktop app platform
  • Silverlight is the best RIA platform
  • Silverlight is smaller-lighter
    • Easier to deploy
  • But you reuse your skills and code between them
getting started
Getting started
  • SL to Full .NET is easier than Full .NET to SL
  • Full .NET To SL: Share lots of knowledge
    • Unlearn APIs that don’t exist in Silverlight
  • Porting code is harder
    • .NET Framework has features not in Silverlight
    • Some of those are BIG feature areas
    • Some of those are small differences
big stuff
BIG STUFF

Microsoft Confidential

features in common
Features In Common
  • XAML
  • Vector graphics
  • Intrinsic controls
  • Styles and control templating
  • Video (media)
  • Animations
  • Mouse and keyboard
  • Text display
  • Layout
only in net framework
Only In .NET Framework
  • Desktop integration
  • Offline and out of browser
  • Full trust (security)
  • Interop with WinForms and Win32 and DirectX
  • Image editing
  • Media encoding (DirectShow)
  • Flow documents e.g. NYT
  • Rich text stack e.g. ligatures, spell-checking
  • Full access to hardware: 3D, Tablet, Speech, and Microphone
  • Plug-in model
  • Hosting the browser
  • Navigation model
  • Shader Effects
  • UI Data-binding support
only in silverlight 2
Only In Silverlight 2
  • Specific media features
    • Timeline markers, VideoBrush, and multi-bitrate support
  • Multiscale image
  • Full HTML DOM integration
recent changes
Recent Changes
  • Silverlight 2
    • Xmlns now match
    • DependencyProperty.Register(…, …, …, callback);
    • Improved control templating
    • Databinding validation
    • RoutedEventArgs.Handled
    • Lots of API signature fixes and future proofing
  • WPF 3.5sp1
    • Adds Storyboard.Begin()
    • Storyboard.SetTarget(storyboard, element)
    • Shared clocks, animation hold
details
Details

Microsoft Confidential

vs project files
VS Project Files
  • Can’t use Silverlight DLL in a .NET FX project or vice versa
    • Source compatible, not binary compatible
  • A VS project file (.csproj/.vbproj) compiles either Silverlight or .NET FX but not both
missing controls
Missing Controls
  • DataGrid, Calendar, and DatePicker
    • Coming soon
  • HyperlinkButton
    • Can do as an add-on pack
control templates
Control Templates
  • VSM Control templates for SL controls don’t work in .NET FX 3.5
  • Trigger templates for WPF controls don’t work in SL
  • .NET Framework/WPF to add support for SL (VSM) model after .NET 3.5sp1
  • See Karen VSM talk and HOL for more details
other
Other
  • Differences
    • Silverlight font loading from .xap only
    • OpenFileDialog differences
    • SL supports non-windows keys
    • SL has fewer Markup Extensions
      • {x:Type}, {x:Null}, {StaticResource}, and {Binding}
    • Attributes instead of XML Text values (generally)
  • Not in SL
    • Stylus
    • MergedDictionaries
    • Dynamic Styles
subtle differences
Subtle Differences
  • Double to float in graphics happens earlier in SL
  • SL use 4x4 anti-aliasing, WPF uses 8x8
  • SL uses a simplified line-breaking algorithm
  • SL generally has clipping off, WPF has it on
  • Default fonts and themes are different
  • SL has a simpler Property engine
  • SL has a web-focused (async) input system
  • SL doesn’t update IsMouseOver while animating
  • Various API signature differences
  • Bug differences 
planned future differences
Planned Future Differences
  • Ribbon
  • Multi-touch
  • Win7 Shell Features
summary ianel@microsoft com
Summaryianel@microsoft.com
  • Silverlight and .NET Framework make a great platform for RIA’s and desktop apps
  • Silverlight is a subset of .NET Framework but “95%” the same for that subset
  • Reuse your skills and code between them
  • Learn once, apply everywhere
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