Pro Silverlight for the Enterprise

Pro Silverlight for the Enterprise

by: Ashish Ghoda

Apress, 2009

ISBN: 9781430218685 , 312 Pages

Format: PDF, Read online

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Price: 46,00 EUR

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Pro Silverlight for the Enterprise


 

Microsoft Silverlight 2 is a new development platform designed to make the development of rich Internet applications (RIAs) far easier than has previously been possible. Pro Silverlight for the Enterprise addresses the question of how you can bring Silverlight 2 to your company to provide rich Internet experiences that will interface cleanly with your existing application architecture.
The book begins with a clear discussion of why Silverlight is such a good choice for developing RIAs and the implications that this has for your development decisions. The options available will be demonstrated by constructing a simple web-based training portal for a fictional enterprise, which will be extended and altered to demonstrate the techniques and methods that you have available to you. This includes accessing data using WCF and LINQ, and considering how best to deploy your finished Silverlight application when it is complete. The book also discusses the future of Silverlight for mobile and how to plan for its release.
This book is unique in that it focuses on how Silverlight can be applied in today's business environment rather than simply delving into the product's syntax and grammar in isolation. Silverlight is discussed in context with consideration given to security, scalability, and deployment. As such this book makes an excellent addition to any Silverlight library and extends your knowledge into practical areas that are rarely discussed.


Ashish Ghoda is a customer-focused and business values-driven information technology executive with over 11 years of leadership, technical and financial management, and enterprise application architect experience. Currently, he is associate director at a 'Big Four' accounting firm.