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Skeleton for a Silverlight business application based on Ria Services and the Ria Services Class Library

, 7 Nov 2009 CPOL
This article presents the techniques and caveats of building Silverlight business applications. It describes breaking down applications into tiers, implementing a data access in N-tier applications, implementing a custom authentication, adding a support of https to Ria Services applications.
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