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Learn how to manually create Silverlight Web Parts that can host a Silverlight application in Share Point, how to use the Silverlight Web Part extension to help you jump start your Silverlight Web Part projects, and how to connect web parts so you can show master-detail relationships, dashboards, and mash-ups.
WEB PARTS ARE ONE of the most fundamental user interface components in Share Point.
In this chapter you learn how to leverage Visual Studio to create Silverlight Web Parts.
These are web parts that use Silverlight as the user interface.
We’ve installed and tested these on Windows Server 2003 x86 x64 with no issues (other than having to add the MIME type for to IIS).
Update: I've cross posted this to the Share Point forum ( as I'm not sure whether it's a Share Point or IIS issue.
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Both of these techniques required you to manually upload the Silverlight application's file to Share Point and then to manually create a web part to host the file.Then open Store on the Phone, tap the app bar at the bottom (...), select the "install local apps" option and install the apps shown in the list that you actually stored somewhere on the phone. PS: If you can't see that option try for an update of the Store app from "settings" option.NOTE: These are testing builds of Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview officially released by Microsoft.But I want to know if a can install this app manually downloaded from Store in devices with no SD card slot.Before anyone asks, sometimes I want to install apps in my daughter's phone but we don't have Wi Fi available.