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The id parameter specifies a unique element ID that can be used to identify the Silverlight object in the DOM. The id parameter must follow standard DOM element ID rules. The getElementById() function, discussed later in this chapter, uses this ID to find the Silverlight object.
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The properties parameter specifies an array of properties that are used to render the initial Silverlight application. These properties control the look and the behavior of the rendered Silverlight application. Table 9.2 lists the properties that can be configured for a Silverlight application using the properties parameter.
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Specifies the exact version or a range of versions of the Silverlight plug-in that is required to initialize the Silverlight application. If the version requirement is not available, then the plug-in download link provided by the Silverlight.js library is displayed. Defines what background color should be used for the Silverlight application. If no value is set, then it defaults to white. Specifies the height in either pixels or percentage for the Silverlight application. Default is 0. Specifies the width in either pixels or percentage for the Silverlight application. Default is 0. Default false. If set to true, then the Silverlight application is displayed as a windowless control in the browser, and the background color becomes the alpha value for the control. Default false. If this is set to false, then the normal plug-in download link is displayed. If set to true, then a different plug-in download is displayed that links directly to the plug-in download and also includes links to the Silverlight license agreement and privacy pages. Default false. If set to true, then Silverlight does not try to verify that the requesting browser type and version supports Silverlight control. If set to false, then only supported browsers load the Silverlight application. Default true. If set to true, then the Silverlight application can access data in the browser s DOM. Specifies the maximum frames per second that the Silverlight application renders. The default is 24. The maximum is 64.
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The Silverlight.js library includes the IsInstalled() function that accepts a version string and returns true if the version of the currently installed Silverlight plug-in is compatible with that version. This allows you to determine if the correct Silverlight plug-in is installed before trying to create the Silverlight application object. For example, the following code verifies that the Silverlight 2 plug-in is installed before calling createObjectEx(); if Silverlight 2 is not installed, a notification alert is sent to the user:
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var version = 2.0 ; var isInstalled = Silverlight.isInstalled(version); if (isInstalled) { Silverlight.createObjectEx({ . . . }); } else { alert( Silverlight plug-in version + version + not installed. ); }
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If your Silverlight application requires a specific version of the Silverlight plug-in, then it is a good idea to use IsInstalled() method to ensure that the appropriate version of Silverlight is installed.
Adding load and error events to Silverlight at initialization time
The events parameter allows you to specify functions that are executed on certain events during the Silverlight application initialization. Currently, Silverlight allows you to register handlers for onLoad and onError events. The following code snippet creates a Silverlight object that implements onLoad and onError event handling:
<script type= text/javascript > function createSilverlight() { Silverlight.createObjectEx({ source: Page.xaml , parentElement: document.getElementById( SLHost ), id: SilverlightControl , properties: { width: 400 , height: 400 , version: 1.1 , background: #1111FF }, events: { onLoad:silverlightLoad, onError:silverlightError } }); } function silverlightLoad(control, userContext, sender) { alert( Silverlight successfully rendered. ); } function silverlightError(control, userContext, sender)
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{ alert( The browser encountered an error rendering Silverlight. ); } </script>
Notice that the event parameter defines the event handler by using the event: handlerfunction syntax. If the onError event is raised, then the silverlightError handler function is called and simply displays an alert message that indicates an error was encountered. If the onLoad event is raised, meaning that the page loaded successfully, then the silverlightLoad handler function is called and simply displays an alert message that indicates the page loaded successfully. Using event handlers at initialization time enables you to be more dynamic with your Silverlight applications.