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ASP.NET Futures (July 2007): Using the Xaml Control        
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The Xaml server control enables you to provide a rich interactive application (RIA) experience with your Web application, beyond what can be done with AJAX and DHTML alone.
The Xaml control is a generic control that enables you to add Silverlight functionality into your ASP.NET Web application. You set the XamlUrl property, and the runtime provides the basic JavaScript Sys.Preview.UI.Xaml.Control type in the client. This means that the control is very generic and not tied to media-style scenarios, unlike the Media control.
You can use managed code to handle interaction with the Xaml control. (You must be using the Microsoft Silverlight 1.1..

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