• .NET

    Application Library Caching in RadControls for Silverlight

    January 04, 2010 Share
    As people become more aware of the fantastic things you can do with Silverlight, they’ve also realized one of the downsides of this can be increased XAP size.  The default way that Silverlight handles a XAP is to include all the required assemblies into that single compressed file.  This isn’t that bad when you’re working with a barebones Silverlight project, but once you start adding in different controls or 3rd party assemblies you are increasing your XAP size quite a bit in some cases.  And as we all know, a larger XAP leads to longer load times, and although people have...