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What is the use of ClientBin folder?

Posted By :Mihir Soni     Posted Date :February 01, 2011    Points :15   Category :Silverlight 
ClientBin folder is used to place the .xap file of Silverlight application. You can keep this anywhere in your web application but this is the default that is used by the Silverlight.

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