Hi, all! It’s been a while since I’ve posted to this blog, and a lot has happened in my world since then. Though I’ve been pretty busy on our engineering systems team, I took a little time off last summer to do some traveling and,
Microsoft WebMatrix is an exciting new product that makes the creation of custom ASP.NET Web sites possible without all the complexity of the full Visual Studio environment. WebMatrix supports web site development in both C# and Visual Basic. In this blog post,
I am back with details on how to work with Panels, XAML, and Controls in Silverlight. In this walkthrough, we will see how to work with Panels, XAML, and Controls to create a Data-Driven Silverlight Interface. During this walkthrough we will cover the following topics:
How to use the Visual Studio 2010 Silverlight Designer,
In this walkthrough, I will demonstrate how to convert an existing ASP.NET/jQuery application that consumes data from a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service to Silverlight. Here are some topics that we will cover:
How to use the Visual Studio 2010 Silverlight Designer XAML and Silverlight control concepts How WCF services can be integrated into Silverlight applications Silverlight data binding techniques How to make asynchronous calls to services How to work with cross domain services Similarities between ASP.NET and Silverlight applications
Before you begin you need to download the offline kit from the Firestarter Labs,
In this walkthrough, I will demonstrate how to convert an existing Windows Forms application that consumes data from a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service to Silverlight. Also in the process of conversion we will ensure that the existing functionality is preserved.
What is asynchronous programming? Let’s say you send out an email, then wait and do nothing for the two minutes it takes to get a response back. You do nothing while you’re waiting. It’s worth waiting because it’ll be back fast.
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