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Silverlight for Windows Phone

Silverlight

Silverlight, a cross-platform, cross-browser implementation of the .NET Framework for building media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web on desktop computers, is also available for Windows Phone.

Silverlight includes a runtime that is optimized to display content on memory-constrained devices. Silverlight for Windows Phone is hosted on the client device and does not support applications that are hosted in a browser.

To understand the documents in this section, you should be familiar with Silverlight 4. The goal of Microsoft is to make Silverlight fully compatible across all supported devices and operating systems. However, there are a number of differences because of hardware differences and device-specific requirements. Topics in this section describe those differences.

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What's New in Silverlight for Windows Phone

Describes new features in the latest version of Silverlight for Windows Phone.

Features Differences Between Silverlight and Silverlight for Windows Phone

Contains a list of Silverlight features supported in Windows Phone.

Implementation Differences Between Silverlight and Silverlight for Windows Phone

Describes the implementation differences between Silverlight features on the primary platforms.

New APIs in Silverlight for Windows Phone OS 7.1

Contains a list of links to new API added for this version of Silverlight for Windows Phone.

Class Library Support for Windows Phone

Describes differences in supported types and members between Silverlight and Silverlight for Windows Phone.

Controls in Silverlight for Windows Phone .

Provides a list of supported and unsupported controls on Windows Phone.

Graphics in Silverlight for Windows Phone

Describes differences in graphics support on the primary platforms and differences in graphics architecture.

Fonts in Silverlight for Windows Phone

Contains a list of supported fonts on Windows Phone.

Input in Silverlight for Windows Phone

Describes differences in input on Windows Phone associated with the touch pad.

Media in Silverlight for Windows Phone

Describes media support in Windows Phone.

Networking in Silverlight for Windows Phone

Describes networking support in Windows Phone.

Porting Silverlight-Based Applications to Windows Phone

Provides recommendations for porting Silverlight applications from other platforms to Windows Phone.

XNA Framework and Silverlight

Describes how to use the .NET Framework Class Library for Silverlight in XNA Framework applications.

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