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Conversion of jar file format to xap file format beta

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There seems to be no way how you could directly convert Java archives (.jar files) to Silverlight installation packages (.xap files). Some developers provide apps for multiple platforms, so just check if the Java app is also available for Windows Phone or in desktop version based on Silverlight.

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Additional links: Open jar file, Open xap file


Files with jar extension are compressed archives, typically used for content in Java and distribution/installation purposes.


Files with xap file extension are mainly related to Windows Phone apps and Microsoft Silverlight installation resource files. Used for Silverlight apps.

Files with xap extension are used by Microsoft XACT program for one of its default file types. It is a document project saved in a text file format.

Files with xap file extension might also be potentially found as old scripts for Xbox 360 video console. Not related to later Silverlight or XACT packages.


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