Yesterday on the interoperability blog it was announced that Noelios Technologies is shipping a new version of the Restlet open source project (a lightweight REST framework for Java) that includes an extension for ADO.NET Data Services. This is the second interoperability project over the last month or so which leverages data services.
This blog post is an introduction to the data binding capabilities for Silverlight 3 we first added for Silverlight 2 in Data Services v1.5 CTP1 and have updated to Silverlight 3 in CTP2. We also took the feedback we received in CTP1 and made some updates to the feature.
Phani recently posted part 2 of his two part series on using the ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP2 Silverlight client library in xdomain and out-of-browser scenarios. You can find both posts here: Part 1: Using the ADO.NET Data Services Silverlight client in x-domain and out of browser scenarios – I Part 2: Using the ADO.NET Data Services Silverlight client library in x-domain and out of browser scenarios – II (Forms Authentication)
To get up and running quickly with the PHP toolkit for data services check out this walkthrough post by Phani from the data services team: http://blogs.msdn.com/phaniraj/archive/2009/09/08/using-the-php-toolkit-with-ado-net-data-services.aspx
-Mike Flasko ADO.NET Data Services, Program Manager
With the release of ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP2, you can now use the Silverlight Astoria client library to access Cross-Domain services and applications written with the new client library can go out of browser. The new Client Http networking stack introduced in SL3 supports the standard and custom HTTP Verbs(GET/PUT/POST/DELETE/MERGE) as well as access to the response status codes required for a full fidelity REST-based client experience in Silverlight.
This blog post is an update to an introduction to the data binding capabilities we first added in Data Services v1.5 CTP1. In CTP2 we have taken the feedback we received from CTP1 and made some updates to the data binding feature.
This blog post is an introduction to the projection server capabilities we have added in the ADO Data Services v1.5 CTP2 release. Introduction to Projections Beginning in the ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP2 release, the ADO.NET Data Services URI format has been extended to express narrowing projections.
Phani, a data services team member, has updated his three part series on Customizable Feeds (aka. “Web Friendly Feeds”) for the ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP2 release. Check out his updated series here: Introducing Web Friendly Feeds aka Friendly Feeds (Updated for CTP2) ADO.NET Data Services Friendly Feeds ,
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