If you haven’t seen yet, the SQL Data Services team announced some excited news at this past MIX conference. Effectively they have decided to support full relational capabilities in SDS. Much has been written about this already, including a description of how this will layer naturally with ADO.NET Data Services :).
Phani, a member of the data services team, has continued his great series on Web Friendly Feeds with a look at how to map entity values to custom markup. You can find all his posts to date on Web Friendly Feeds here:
Part 1:Introducing Web Friendly Feeds aka Friendly Feeds
Part 2:ADO.NET Data Services Friendly Feeds ,
We received a few questions asking if CTP1 of ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 includes a Silverlight library. The short answer is yes, we included a Silverlight library initially intended for use with Silverlight 2. Once you install v1.5 of data services,
Phani, a data services test team member, has posted two nice write ups describing the "web friendly feeds" feature in the ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP1 release we made available for download yesterday.
You can check out Phani’s posts here and here.
This blog post is an introduction to the data binding capabilities we have added in Data Services v1.5 CTP1. Since this is a CTP release of this feature we eagerly look forward to hearing your feedback.
Introduction to Data Binding
In ADO.NET Data Services,
This post is a drill down into the Server Driven Paging (SDP) feature added in data services v1.5 CTP1. Since this is the first CTP release of this feature we look forward to hearing your feedback.
What is Server Driven Paging?
Peter Qian, a developer on the data services team, has posted a nice write up describing the row count feature in the ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP1 release we made available for download yesterday.
You can check out Peter’s Row Count write up here.
Two weeks ago we announced the ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 release. Today we’re very happy to say CTP1 of ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 is now available for download. You can get the bits by clicking here.
This first CTP release is intended to allow exploration,
In October of last year we started to talk publicly about an exploration project we called “Astoria Offline”, we showed a working version of it at PDC 2008 and we said we would ship the experimental bits as soon as we could.
It’s been a little while since we’ve written about the future direction of data services, so this post is intended to layout our thinking towards our next release. The release described below isn’t yet available, but should be in the coming months,