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Ice for Silverlight 0.4.1 released

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This new release of Ice for Silverlight is a port of Ice for .NET 3.4.2 to Silverlight 5. As a result, Ice developers can now create Silverlight applications for the web and desktop using the familiar Ice for .NET API and leverage their existing .NET code base.

Other highlights of this release include:
  • Supports direct TCP connections to Ice servers. Use of a protocol bridge is no longer required or supported.
  • Supports callbacks over bidirectional connections, with or without the use of Glacier2.
  • Allows Silverlight socket policy files to be obtained from a web server in addition to a traditional policy server.
  • Supports both browser and out-of-browser applications.

Please see the release notes for more information on this release. To obtain the binary and source distributions, visit the download page.

Thank you for your continued support.

The ZeroC Staff