Gets the URI of the package or XAML file that specifies the XAML content to render.
Assembly: System.Windows (in System.Windows.dll)
You set the Silverlight plug-in source property when you embed the Silverlight plug-in in a Web page. In managed code, this property is read-only. However, you can modify the source property through the HTML DOM. Doing this causes the current application instance to unload.
Most applications for Silverlight specify the source to be the application package (XAP) instead of a XAML file. The package would contain application manifest and other support so that the initial XAML page to load was specified. For more information, see Application and Programming Models. Specifying a XAML file is still an option, but will not provide the support that is enabled by the application model in Silverlight. For more information, see Source (Silverlight Plug-in Object).
The following code example demonstrates how to use this property.
// The Host object, which represents the host Silverlight plug-in. System.Windows.Interop.SilverlightHost host = Application.Current.Host; // The following code demonstrates how to use the Host object // to access other APIs in the System.Windows.Interop namespace. // The IsVersionSupported method. This method is useful when // you want to implement an upgrade experience in managed code. bool isSupported = host.IsVersionSupported("2.0.30908.0"); // Read-only properties of the Host object. System.Windows.Media.Color pluginBackground = host.Background; bool loaded = host.IsLoaded; Uri source = host.Source; // The Settings object, which represents Web browser settings. System.Windows.Interop.Settings settings = host.Settings; // Read/write properties of the Settings object. settings.EnableFrameRateCounter = true; settings.EnableRedrawRegions = true; settings.MaxFrameRate = 60; // Read-only properties of the Settings object. bool windowless = settings.Windowless; bool htmlAccessEnabled = settings.EnableHTMLAccess; // The Content object, which represents the plug-in display area. System.Windows.Interop.Content content = host.Content; // The read/write IsFullScreen property of the Content object. // See also the Content.FullScreenChanged event. bool isFullScreen = content.IsFullScreen; // Read-only properties of the Content object. These properties do // not contain meaningful values until after the Content.Resized // event occurs for the first time. double actualWidth = content.ActualWidth; double actualHeight = content.ActualHeight;
For a list of the operating systems and browsers that are supported by Silverlight, see Supported Operating Systems and Browsers.