Xaml and Media controls: giving them a new chance

A long (long) time ago I”ve downloaded one of the ASP.NET future CTPS and was really annoyed with the Xaml and Media controls. Why? simple: they injected object tags on the page instead of generating JS code to perform those operations. The problem: you got one of those nasty “click to activate” messages when the page was hosted on IE.

Now that we know that the “click to activate” will be gone, it”s time to give these controls a second chance. Dave has already written a cool post on it and he promises to return with more Silverlight posts.

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~ by Luis Abreu on November 20, 2007.

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