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I am building a web application that basically consists of a set of HTML forms that, when the user updates them, updates a client-side Javascript Object Literal. That Object Literal is then converted to a JSON string and passed to the server for processing upon form submission.

User fill out form -> local javascript updates client-side JS Object Literal -> user presses submit -> JS Object Literal Converted to JSON object -> JSON Posted to Server -> server processes JSON object

Part of this application includes a visualization of the contents of the form. The visualization is very simple, consisting of a set of concentric circles. I am currently using HTML5 Canvas to create that visualization but would like to change the viz to utilize Silverlight as I would get better cross-browser results with hopefully less code.

My question is if it is possible to send a JSON string to a Silverlight application that is embedded in my client-side form and then trigger an event that updates the viz once that JSON object is received…all without a page reload.

Is this even possible with Silverlight and javascript? If so, a tutorial that covers this would be very helpful.

PS: I am using Visual Studio 2010 if that makes a difference.

TIA