A Basic Web Page Containing an Embedded Silverlight Application in .NET

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A Basic Web Page Containing an Embedded Silverlight Application
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC -//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd > <html xmlns= http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml > <head> <title>Silverlight Project Test Page </title> <script type= text/javascript src= Silverlight.js ></script> <script type= text/javascript > function createSilverlight() { Silverlight.createObjectEx({ source: Page.xaml , parentElement: document.getElementById( SilverlightControlHost ), id: SilverlightControl , properties: { width: 400 , height: 400 , version: 1.1 , background: #1111FF }, events: {}, initParams: null,
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context: null } </script> </head> <body> <div id= SilverlightControlHost > <script type= text/javascript > createSilverlight(); </script> </div> </body> </html>
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The createSilverlight()function in Listing 9.1 handles the creation of the Silverlight object. The Silverlight object is created by calling the createObjectEx() function that was exposed by loading the Silverlight.js library. Then the code in Listing 9.1 embeds the Silverlight application in the <body> of the HTML document by using the following <div> tag:
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<div id= SilverlightControlHost >
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The <div> tag acts as the parent element that hosts the Silverlight object. Notice that the id value of SilverlightControlHost matches the value that is used to obtain the parent element in the createObjectEx() function. Those values must match to embed the Silverlight object. Inside the <div> tag, the Silverlight object is embedded by simply calling the createSilverlight() JavaScript function defined in the header.
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Configuring parameters of the createObject and createObjectEx functions
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The createObject() and createObjectEx() functions perform the same basic task, the only difference is how parameters are passed to them. The createObject() function accepts the parameters using basic comma-separated syntax as follows:
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createObject(Source, Parent, ID, Properties, Events, initParams, Context)
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The createObjectEx() function accepts the parameters using a single JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) dictionary that contains the parameters as a single package, as shown in the following createObjectEx() function call:
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Silverlight.createObjectEx({ source: Page.xaml , parentElement: document.getElementById( SilverlightControlHost ), id: SilverlightControl , properties: { width: 400 , height: 200 , version: 2.0 , enableHtmlAccess: true , background: #1FFFFF }, events:{}, initparams:null, context:null });
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Table 9.1 lists the parameters that can be passed to the createObject() and createObjectEx() functions.
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Parameters for createObject() and createObjectEx()
Parameter Description
Source
Specifies the URL of the Silverlight XAP assembly or the XAML file that should initially be loaded by the plug-in. A reference to an embedded object can also be specified if the XAML is embedded in the HTML document. Specifies the ID of the Silverlight object s parent HTML element. The Silverlight object can be accessed from this object in the DOM. Specifies a unique ID in the DOM for the Silverlight object. Specifies an array of properties for the Silverlight object. Specifies an array of events that is set when the Silverlight object is initialized. Specifies an array of user-defined parameters available when the Silverlight object is initialized. Specifies a unique identifier that can be passed into the onLoad event handler. This allows the event handler to determine which Silverlight application was loaded without having to check the HTML DOM.
parentElement Id Properties Events initParams Context
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Specifying the source parameter
The source parameter of the createObjectEx() function specifies the location of the Silverlight XAP assembly or the XAML file that should be used to initially render the Silverlight object. Typically, the value of source is a URL that points to an XAP assembly file, as shown in the following line of code:
source: SilverlightApplication.xap
The value of source can also be a reference to XAML that is embedded in the HTML document. The following code snippet shows an example accessing embedded XAML in an HTML document:
source: #xamlembedded , . . . <script type= text/xaml id= xamlembedded >< xml version= 1.0 > <Canvas x:Name= parentCanvas xmlns= http://schemas.microsoft.com/client/2007 xmlns:x= http://schemas.microsoft.com/winfx/2006/xaml > . . . </Canvas> </script>
Notice in the code snippet that the source parameter uses the #id syntax to access the DOM ID of the embedded XAML script.
Configuring the parent ID
The parent parameter specifies the DOM ID of an object in the HTML document that acts as the parent object for the Silverlight object. Typically a Silverlight application is embedded in a <div> or a <span> tag. The tag must be given the same ID as is specified in the parent parameter as shown by the following code example: