Getting the right data onto your business intelligence dashboard is only part of the battle. Making sure that this information is easy to read, that more crucial data is easy to find, and that the appearance makes the content more compelling are all essentials in having improved business intelligence. Luckily, Silverlight presents a number of solutions to help you accomplish just that. this article will go over ways that Silverlight can be used advantageously.
To start, let's give a brief definition of what Silverlight is. Microsoft introduced Silverlight as a visual platform. Since the time of its introduction, it has been used for a number of Microsoft programs, third party software, and even advanced websites. Silverlight's key feature is its versatility, providing a powerful design environment that allows developers to create impressive business solutions.
Some of the features that make Silverlight so appealing include embedded videos, page transitions, scalable graphics, and transform controls. To many this will ring the bell of Adobe Flash. The two programs are similar in many functionalities, and are also parallel in distribution; they both release their viewing software for free on the web. One of primary differences is that the Silverlight environment tends to be faster and more secure.