WCF Azure Silverlight Calculator

This sample creates a simple WCF calculator service and builds a Silverlight client for it. The client is then hosted alonside the service in the Azure fabric.

 
 
 
 
 
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<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Project xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003">
  <PropertyGroup>
    <PublishUrlHistory />
    <InstallUrlHistory />
    <SupportUrlHistory />
    <UpdateUrlHistory />
    <BootstrapperUrlHistory />
    <ErrorReportUrlHistory />
    <FallbackCulture>en-US</FallbackCulture>
    <VerifyUploadedFiles>false</VerifyUploadedFiles>
  </PropertyGroup>
  <ProjectExtensions>
    <VisualStudio>
      <FlavorProperties GUID="{A1591282-1198-4647-A2B1-27E5FF5F6F3B}">
        <SilverlightProjectProperties>
          <StartPageUrl>
          </StartPageUrl>
          <StartAction>DynamicPage</StartAction>
          <AspNetDebugging>True</AspNetDebugging>
          <NativeDebugging>False</NativeDebugging>
          <SQLDebugging>False</SQLDebugging>
          <ExternalProgram>
          </ExternalProgram>
          <StartExternalURL>
          </StartExternalURL>
          <StartCmdLineArguments>
          </StartCmdLineArguments>
          <StartWorkingDirectory>
          </StartWorkingDirectory>
          <ShowWebRefOnDebugPrompt>True</ShowWebRefOnDebugPrompt>
          <OutOfBrowserProjectToDebug>
          </OutOfBrowserProjectToDebug>
          <ShowRiaSvcsOnDebugPrompt>True</ShowRiaSvcsOnDebugPrompt>
        </SilverlightProjectProperties>
      </FlavorProperties>
    </VisualStudio>
  </ProjectExtensions>
</Project>