- Where Does Silverlight Come From?
- Using Third-Party Plug-Ins
- Running on Multiple Platforms
- Making the Web Application Secure
- Introducing Silverlight.net
- What Do You Need to Run Silverlight?
- Updating Your Runtime-Automatically
- Trying Silverlight Demos
- What Do You Need to Develop Silverlight?
- Reading the Documentation
- Looking into Silverlight's Future
Updating Your Runtime—Automatically
Once the runtime is installed, the Silverlight content will automatically be started. Also, a version check will happen when Silverlight is started; if a newer version is available, you can choose to install it automatically. This can be set up in the Silverlight configuration dialog by following these steps:
- Navigate to http://silverlight.net/samples/1.0/Page-Turn/default.html. This starts one of the earlier Silverlight demos created by Microsoft: The PageTurn sample application.
- Right-click on the Silverlight application and choose Silverlight Configuration.
- Click on the Updates tab.
- Choose the options you want (see Figure 1.3).
Figure 1.3 Silverlight configuration