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  • Adding Attributes to Generated Classes

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Apr 19, 2010 (2 months ago)
    Tags: ASP.NET , Steve Smith
    Take s quick look at this article of Steve Smith in which is explained how to add attributes to generated classes.

    ASP.NET MVC 2 adds support for data annotations, implemented via attributes on your model classes.  Depending on your design, you may be using an OR/M tool like Entity Framework or LINQ-to-SQL to generate your entity classes, and you may further be using these entities directly as your Model.  This is fairly common, and alleviates the need to do mapping between POCO domain objects and such entities (though there are certainly pros and cons to using such entities directly).

  • 4 comments  /  posted by  Gill Cleeren  on  Apr 06, 2010 (2 months ago)
    Most developers working today in Silverlight probably have an ASP.NET background. I personally started with ASP.NET development way back in 2001 with the very first version of the platform. Over time, the ASP.NET platform evolved immensely and gathered some great features. One of these nice additions to the platform is the ASP.NET Membership API, introduced with ASP.NET 2.0. This API allows us to manage user authentication, role management and user profiling with ease. With ASP.NET 3.5, Microsoft added the so-called ASP.NET Application Services to make it possible to use this API from client-side technologies.
  • author  Jose Guay Paz  /  released on  Jun 23, 2010
    Pro Telerik ASP.NET and Silverlight Controls
    Coming soon...

    Product Description

    This book provides a complete guide to implementing Telerik’s range of ASP.NET and Silverlight controls. Telerik controls are invaluable for ASP.NET and Silverlight developers because they provide a vast array of rich controls targeted for the presentation layer of web applications. Telerik offers you solutions for the reports, grids, charts, and text-editing controls that you need but don’t want to build from scratch yourself—the options are endless for increasing the functionality of any of your web solutions.

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  • WCF RIA Services Silverlight Business Application – Using ASP.NET SiteMap for Navigation

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Mar 11, 2010 (3 months ago)
    This blog post of Fredrik Normén is about using the ASP.NET SiteMap together with WCF RIA Services and the Navigation feature added to Silverlight.

    The examples in this blog post uses the Silverlight Business Application template shipped with WCF RIA Services. The Navigation feature in Silverlight uses by default the name of a View to show, so I decided to use the same in the web.sitemap file. The Business Application by default will have two hardcoded hyperlinks at the top of the screen, the Home and About. I decided to reuse the same Views and names.

  • 1 comments  /  posted by  Ivan Dragoev  on  Jan 03, 2010 (5 months ago)
    Tags: Demos , Videos , ASP.NET , ASP.NET MVC , Silverlight 4
    Scott Guthrie decided to post the slides and the demo files from his presentations in Europe.

    Last month I did a blog post about some of the presentations I did in Europe and posted the slides+demo files from them.  High-quality videos of the talks I did in Sweden were posted two weeks ago on the Channel9 site, so you can also now watch videos of the talks online as well.  The videos use a nice format where you can watch me talking as well as the screen at the same time.  The code is readable when running in full-screen mode.

  • ScottGu's presentations in Europe

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Dec 07, 2009 (6 months ago)

    ScottGu posted some materials from his four recent presentations in Europe. Videos from some of his talks will come soon.

    This past week I’ve been traveling around Europe giving a bunch of presentations (approximately 5 hours in each country) – Norway on Tuesday, Sweden on Wednesday, Denmark on Thursday, and Belgium on Friday.  I’ll then be presenting at the BizSpark Camp in France this coming Tuesday.

    Things went well with the talks, and I had fun meeting lots of new people (more than 3,000 attended the talks!)

  • Mixing Silverlight and MS ASP.NET AJAX 3.5 In The Same Web Application

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Sep 01, 2009 (9 months ago)
    Tags: Controls , AJAX , ASP.NET
    If you are having problem with mixing up server side controls and Silverlight then you should definitly read this post of Al Pascual.

    There is when the user will find the problem about mixing up server side controls and Silverlight, the server side controls will cause postbacks that will refresh the Silverlight control. To avoid that problem, the developer may want to use MS ASP.NET AJAX to avoid the server side controls from doing a postback using the UpdatePanel. For this to work there is a simple modification that you need to do at the page where you are hosting the Silverlight control.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Aug 07, 2009 (10 months ago)
    Tags: ASP.NET , Dynamic Data , .NET RIA Services , Silverlight 3
    In this part, Brad Abrams wanted to consider how he might build the admin site of their site.

    Because it is just for a very small number of trusted users, I’d like to get something up and running quickly.  I’d also like to share all by business logic and validation code between the Silverlight client and the WebAdmin site.

    Here are the previous parts of Brad's series:

    • Part 1: Navigation Basics
    • Part 2: Rich Data Query
    • Part 3: Authentication
    • Part 4: SEO, Export to Excel and Out of Browser
    • Part 5: Astoria, Add Service Reference and WinForms
    • Part 6: Data Transfer Objects (DTOs)
    • Part 7: ADO.NET Data Services Based Data Store
    • Part 8: WCF Based Data Source
    • Part 9: POCO and Authentication Provider
    • Part 10: LinqToSql
    • Part 11: The Client-Only World
    • Part 12: DataSet
    • Part 13: The New Class Library Project
    • Part 14: Visual Basic (VB) and WPF Support
    • Part 15: ASP.NET MVC
    • Part 16: Exposing a WCF Service
    • Part 17: Evolving an Application
    • Part 18: Custom Linq Provider
  • Silverlight, SEO & ASP.Net MVC – Part 1 (Proof of Concept)

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Aug 03, 2009 (10 months ago)

    Ian T. Lackey is talking about MVC to Silverlight page mapping and the SEO of Silverlight apps and is looking for input.

    I have heard rumor that some of the spiders will start reading content from Silverlight apps; however, I personally do not want to wait for that to happen. Frankly, at this point I have not confirmed that it will happen by any credible source. So, I decided to see how difficult it would be to build a solution to this issue. What follows is my first attempt, and can (and probably will) be drastically improved from where it is today. This post, strays a bit from the typical format. I am documenting what I have done as opposed to showing a solution. In following posts I plan on cleaning this up and providing a step by step tutorial on how to do this.

  • 0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jun 22, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Dan Wahlin is working on an application that uses a Silverlight DataGrid control with nested ComboBox and TextBox controls in each row. As a user changes quantity or hour values the totals need to be updated. In this post Dan discusses two different solutions that can be used to update the totals values - a control-oriented approach and a data-oriented approach.

    If you build ASP.NET applications then you’re used to working with controls a lot.  Nearly everything you do requires accessing control IDs.  If you need to retrieve data entered by an end user you need to reference the controls that contain the data.  That’s just the way we do it in ASP.NET and if you’ve been writing ASP.NET applications very long its how you’re conditioned to think.

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