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  • Microsoft Download Center using Silverlight 1.0

    0 comments  /  aggregated from  Michael's Blog  on  Dec 23, 2007 (more than a year ago)   /   original article

    Some weeks ago Microsoft already published a preview version of the Microsoft Download Center. Now, there is a new URL for the preview version (which is now called beta):


    Well, I run the Fiddler tool to calculate the download size of all files (JavaScript, XAML, HTML, CSS and images):

    Request Count:     111
    Bytes Sent:        106.848
    Bytes Received:    590.461

    HTTP/404:     1
    HTTP/200:     110

    RESPONSE BYTES (by Content-Type)
      application/javascript:     20.931
        application/xaml+xml:     62.535
    application/x-javascript:     96.222
                    text/xml:      3.463
    application/octet-stream:     23.429
                    text/css:      1.113
    application/jsonrequest:      4.221
                    ~headers:     45.365
                  image/jpeg:     93.133
                   image/png:    213.541
                   text/html:     22.274
                   image/gif:      4.234

    I hope that Silverlight applications in the future make more use of the compressed-file downloaded feature in Silverlight.

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