Silverlight is a stage for building rich web applications. This instructional exercise will clarify the ideas driving it, and will demonstrate to you generally accepted methods to incorporate it with your web applications. In the wake of finishing it, you will have a superior comprehension of its applications utilizing XAML and C#.
You can write in C#, or Visual Basic .NET, and utilize the .NET Framework class library highlights on the code that keeps running in the web browser.Silverlight UIs, themselves utilize a fundamentally the same as model to Windows Presentation Foundation(WPF), which is the UI structure in the full desktop .NET Framework.If you know WPF, Silverlight is anything but difficult to learn. Silverlight is a much littler download than .NET. It is around a tenth of the size, so just a subset of the class library is available, and different ramifications have been made to WPF’s model.
In spite of the decreased scale, experienced .NET engineers will feel in a split second at home in Silverlight.Silverlight bolsters Windows, as you would expect of a Microsoft item. It requires Windows XP Service Pack 2 at any rate or late forms of Windows.