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The relationship between Silverlight and JavaScript Creating a Silverlight application using unmanaged JavaScript Accessing XAML content from unmanaged JavaScript Implementing event handlers in unmanaged JavaScript Dynamically loading content using unmanaged JavaScript
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Unmanaged JavaScript Silverlight applications contain at least three types of code: HTML, XAML, and JavaScript. JavaScript can play two main roles in Silverlight applications. The first role is to create the Silverlight object in the Web page. The second role is to provide a means of programmatically working with the Silverlight plug-in to provide a rich interactive environment.
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Managed JavaScript versus unmanaged JavaScript
Using the DLR, you can implement JavaScript that is managed similarly to how .NET applications use managed C# and Visual Basic. The big difference between the unmanaged and managed programming model is that in the managed programming model, the code-behind pages are tied as part of the same class to the XAML code. In the unmanaged JavaScript model, the JavaScript code is not part of the same class as the XAML code. Instead, it accesses the XAML using functionality that is exposed through a JavaScript library named Silverlight.js. The advantage to using unmanaged JavaScript is that it is easier to implement already existing JavaScript that is embedded in HTML pages to interact with Silverlight applications. The disadvantage is that the unmanaged JavaScript model does not support the newer Silverlight 2 controls that provide much more robust functionality, and it does not directly tie in with other .NET projects such as Web services.
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The JavaScript programming model is determined by the x:Class attribute. If the x:Class attribute is absent from the root XAML object, then the programming model that applies for the page defaults to the unmanaged JavaScript programming model. If the x:Class attribute is present, the programming model for the page is the managed JavaScript programming model. The programming models cannot be mixed on a single XAML page because the declaration of the programming model affects the resolution of event handlers.
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Every JavaScript Silverlight application includes a reference to Microsoft s Silverlight.js JavaScript library. The Silverlight.js library is a set of JavaScript functions that provide interaction between unmanaged JavaScript, the Silverlight plug-in, and Silverlight applications. The Silverlight.js library exposes functions that help you implement Silverlight applications in Web pages using JavaScript. This library allows you to use JavaScript to create a Silverlight object in the DOM, load Silverlight applications into the object, and then handle load events. The Silverlight.js library must be loaded in the Web page using a <script> tag, as shown in the following HTML example:
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN > <html xmlns= > <head> <title>Silverlight Project Page </title> <script type= text/javascript src= Silverlight.js ></script> </head>
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The Silverlight.js JavaScript library is included in the Silverlight 2 SDK. If you want to use the unmanaged JavaScript model, pull the Silverlight.js file out of the SDK and include it with your code.
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When the Silverlight.js library is added to the HTML document, you can add a Silverlight application to the Web page. Adding a Silverlight application to a Web page is a two-step process. The first step is to add JavaScript code to create a Silverlight object. The second step is to add code to the <body> of the HTML document to actually embed the Silverlight object. The Silverlight.js library exposes two functions to create Silverlight application objects: createObject() and createObjectEx(). The Silverlight.js library determines the type of browser being used and embeds the Silverlight application in the rendered HTML document with the appropriate tags. For example, some browsers expect the <object .../> tag and others expect the <embed .../> tag. This section focuses on how to implement JavaScript that uses the CreateObjectEx() function to create a Silverlight application object. The JavaScript code in Listing 9.1 defines a JavaScript function named createSilverlight() that creates the Silverlight object and then embeds that object in the HTML document.
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