MSBuild Configuration File Adding a Content File in .NET

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LISTING 7.19
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MSBuild Configuration File Adding a Content File
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<Project ... > <!-- Application Configuration --> <PropertyGroup> ... </PropertyGroup> ... <!-- An image resource file deployed in the package --> <ItemGroup> <Content Include= Image1.png /> </ItemGroup> ... </Project>
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The Content Include property shown in Listing 7.19 packages the Image1.png file into the application package. The image can them be accessed as a relative URI. The following code illustrates how to access the image content file from C#:
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Image contentIMG = new Image(); contentIMG.Source = new BitmapImage( new Uri( /Image1.png , UriKind.Relative));
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Programming Silverlight Applications
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The following code illustrates how to access the image content file from XAML:
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<Image Source= /Image1.png />
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Because the image file is located at the same level as the assembly files, you need to use the leading slash to reference it.
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Site-of-origin file
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Site-of-origin files are nonexecutable files that are deployed to the site with but are not a part of the application package. In effect, because they are not part of the package, site-of-origin files are always deployed on demand when they are used. The upside of site-of-origin files is that they are only downloaded when they are used, which reduces the size of the application download.
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If you have content files that are not always needed, they should be site-of-origin files whenever possible.
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The downside of site-of-origin files is that they are not part of the package, so you need to make certain that they are actually available on the Web site. If you are not using Visual Studio, a site-of-origin file can be added to an application or library assembly by using the None tag, as shown in Listing 7.20.
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LISTING 7.20
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MSBuild Configuration File Adding a Site of Origin File
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<Project ... > <!-- Application Configuration --> <PropertyGroup> ... </PropertyGroup> ... <!-- An image resource file deployed outside the package --> <ItemGroup> <None Include= Image1.png > <CopyToOutputDirectory>Always</CopyToOutputDirectory> </None> </ItemGroup> ... </Project>
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Creating .NET Silverlight Applications
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The None Include property shown in Listing 7.20 includes the image file in the build; however, it is not placed in the package or embedded in an assembly. Instead, you must copy the file to the site of origin. The CopyToOutputDirectory property is set to Always for site-of-origin files. This instructs MSBuild to copy the file to the output directory of the project. The image can then be accessed as a relative URI. The following code illustrates how to access the image site-of-origin file from C#:
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Image siteIMG = new Image(); siteIMG.Source = new BitmapImage( new Uri( /Image1.png , UriKind.Relative));
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The following code illustrates how to access the image site-of-origin file from XAML:
<Image Source= /Image1.png />
The image file is not relative to the code because it is not embedded in an assembly or in the package; therefore, you need to use the leading slash to reference it.
Implementing the Application Class
All Silverlight applications are based on an implementation of an Application class. The application class is responsible for handling any parameters that are passed to the Silverlight application, constructing the Silverlight application object, starting the application, displaying the UI, and exiting the application when finished. The following sections discuss the class methods used during the lifetime of the application class, how to display the UI from the application class, and how to handle initialization parameters.
Application class methods
The Silverlight application class derives from Application and should implement a constructor, application startup, application exit, and an unhandled exception method. These methods are used to implement the creation, start, and end of the application.
Application constructor
Each Silverlight application should implement a constructor that calls the InitializeComponent() method for the application. The InitializeComponent() function merges the application XAML with the application class, as discussed earlier in this chapter. The constructor can also be used to implement any properties or events that need to be initialized upon object creation.
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Programming Silverlight Applications
The following code in Listings 7.21 and 7.22 shows the implementation of a basic application constructor.