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What are the files contained in the .xap file in Silverlight?

Posted By :Venkat     Posted Date :August 26, 2009    Points :10   Category :Silverlight 
A basic xap file in silverlight will have an assembly related to specific code for the application, an application manifest file and any additional assemblies need to run the application. At a minimum, two files are needed, the application manifest file and the application assembly.

For example:

AppManifest.xaml

MyPianoV2.dll

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