I have uploaded Silverlight sample that uses my VBScript.net compiler to http://www.codeplex.com/aspclassiccompiler. It is available under the source tag in change set 31328 or later.
I am not quite using the capabilities in Microsoft.Scripting.Silverlight yet. I want to take advantages of it when its document becomes available. For the time being, I created my own little host called VBScriptHost in the SilverlightApplication1 project.
I modified App.xaml.cs to create an instance of VBScriptHost and expose it. In MainPage.xaml.cs, I created a ScriptScope object. This is the object that I feed host variables to VBScript. I then parse this object to the Execute method of a CompiledCode object.
In the example, I passed MainPage itself with the variable name "page" to the VBScript. In order to expose the object hierachy of the MainPage, I have to expose MyButton using the x:FieldModifier="public" attribute; otherwise, it is an internal property and is hidden from the dynamic code. In future versions, I will modify my binder in an attempt to access the internal properties so that we do not have to change the access level of objects in the page.