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Please answer me

1. Is XAML maily aiming windows. Why is the controls on double click
not produce the event handlers in the c# file( code behind or
something ...)

2. XAML web browser applications doesnt need IIS? Then can we use it
for server side programming? If yes how is it working?

3.How to use the asp.net objects from xaml (web) page. Or is there any
other method which is specific to xaml for this functionality
Nov 25 '07 #1
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1. XAML, as on today, is for the Windows platform. However, SilverLight, a
cross-browser interactive UI technology uses stripped down version of XAML
targetting multiple browsers on different operating systems. To get the code
view, double-click on the conrol in the designer view, not in the markup view.

2. XAML is not a server-side technology; so any web server can be used to
deliver XAML apps.

3. Not possible because XAML is not for server-side.

"ar******@gmail.com" wrote:
Please answer me

1. Is XAML maily aiming windows. Why is the controls on double click
not produce the event handlers in the c# file( code behind or
something ...)

2. XAML web browser applications doesnt need IIS? Then can we use it
for server side programming? If yes how is it working?

3.How to use the asp.net objects from xaml (web) page. Or is there any
other method which is specific to xaml for this functionality
Nov 26 '07 #2

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Didn't work for me neither, with VS 2008 Beta 1 Express. However, since I
updated to the RTM Express Version I can double-click on any control and it
creates the event automatically in the source code. So try to update your
Visual Studio if you're using an outdated version.

"Siva M" <sh******@online.excite.comschrieb im Newsbeitrag
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1. XAML, as on today, is for the Windows platform. However, SilverLight, a
cross-browser interactive UI technology uses stripped down version of XAML
targetting multiple browsers on different operating systems. To get the
code
view, double-click on the conrol in the designer view, not in the markup
view.

2. XAML is not a server-side technology; so any web server can be used to
deliver XAML apps.

3. Not possible because XAML is not for server-side.

"ar******@gmail.com" wrote:
>Please answer me

1. Is XAML maily aiming windows. Why is the controls on double click
not produce the event handlers in the c# file( code behind or
something ...)

2. XAML web browser applications doesnt need IIS? Then can we use it
for server side programming? If yes how is it working?

3.How to use the asp.net objects from xaml (web) page. Or is there any
other method which is specific to xaml for this functionality
Nov 26 '07 #3

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On Nov 26, 10:00 am, Siva M <shiva...@online.excite.comwrote:
1. XAML, as on today, is for the Windows platform. However, SilverLight, a
cross-browser interactive UI technology uses stripped down version of XAML
targetting multiple browsers on different operating systems. To get the code
view, double-click on the conrol in the designer view, not in the markup view.
I think it's worth being very clear about the difference between XAML
and WPF. XAML is just a markup language for creating and configuring
objects. It is *used* by Silverlight and WPF, but it's also used by
WCF and no doubt other projects moving into the future.

Jon
Nov 27 '07 #4

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