Weeks ago we shipped the Composite Application Guidance for WPF and with the Prism team we started to spike around the migration of the Composite Application Library to Silverlight 2 Beta 2. The good news is that yesterday we published that spike. (A ’spike’ is a small and quickly developed sample application in order to mitigate some risks).
After downloading and decompressing the latest change set of the source control, you will find a new folder named spikes that contains the Composite Application Library migrated to Silverlight. As you may imagine, there were many challenges that we had to address in order to make it “work” (Rob Eisenberg wrote two articles describing differences between WPF and Silverlight that you might want to check: There’s some darkness in your silver light and Silverlight Problems That Affect Me).
Note: The migration is not complete, we used the spike to have a perspective of the challenges. Read the full article