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Silverlight.js is a helper file which enables Web sites to create advanced Silverlight installation and instantiation experiences.

Current Release: 2.0.31030.0

This release is compatible with Silverlight release versions 1.0 - 3.

Documentation


Bug Fixes:

  • Fixed Silverlight.isInstalled to work with Firefox 3

Members:

This section lists all functions and properties available through Silverlight.js in this release. All members are children of the Silverlight javascript object and can be accessed by calling Silverlight.[memberName].
Core functionality:
  • isInstalled
  • createObject
  • createObjectEx

HTML Generators:
  • buildHTML
  • buildPromptHTML

Installation helpers:
  • getSilverlight
  • WaitForInstallCompletion
  • isBrowserRestartRequired

Events:
  • onSilverlightInstalled
  • onGetSilverlight

Error handler:
  • default_error_handler

Internal helpers. These members are used by other Silvelright.js functions:
  • followFWLink
  • HtmlAttributeEncode
  • __cleanup
  • __startup
  • __getHandlerName
  • _silverlightCount
  • fwlinkRoot

Add-ons

Additional functionality can be added to Silverlight.js by using it in conjunction with the following projects:
Last edited Jul 9 2009 at 10:40 PM  by timheuer, version 17
Comments
eriksc wrote  Feb 20 2009 at 4:07 PM  
This version of Silverlight.js seems to be outdated, though it's the most recent version available. Silverlight.getSilverlight() calls Silverlight.followFWLink("114576" + verArg); but the LinkID 114576 is outdated, and verArg only contains the first 2 parts of the version passed to the function (2.0 instead of 2.0.31005.0). If you launch the link created (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=114576&v=2.0) in Safari on Windows it will say that "The site that you visited was built for an earlier, beta version of Silverlight." Changing the above mentioned line to Silverlight.followFWLink("124807"); fixes the problem. This seems like a major oversight.

drdbkarron wrote  Nov 10 2009 at 10:02 PM  
Is there an xaml or c# method to recover the version of Silverlight running ?
I have complained that my users and civilians are getting a bad impression of Silverlight because it keeps nagging them to install it.

If the problem is in this file, can we patch this somehow ?

HSchoefer wrote  Dec 1 2009 at 11:40 AM  
thanks for the information @eriksc

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