Are you missing the old WF 3.0 State Machine in .NET 4? Good news! The team has released some new activity packs on Codeplex at wf.codeplex.comIn this episode Guang Yang will show us *WF State Machine Activity Pack CTP 1 *WF ADO.NET Activity Pack CTP 1
Astoria, ADO.NET Data Services and OData - what's the difference and the real story? How does OData work and when should I use it? When do I use OData and when do I use WCF? Scott gets the scoop from the architect himself, Pablo Castro.
What do Brad Wilson and Scott Densmore have in common? They’re expert .NET developers, a couple of Mac fanboys, and they’re both joining the guys on this week’s episode of Herding Code. Listen in while Brad and, yet another, Scott talk about the Mac, Windows, and the ins and outs of iPhone deve.
Keith and Woody speak with the first repeat guest of the podcast, Shawn Wildermuth about Oslo and the M language. In this episode listeners will get some real world examples and use cases for using Oslo and M along with a clearer understanding about DSLs and what the future may hold.Thanks to ou...
You can download this episode directly directly and it’ll also show up in the RIA Weekly feed for iTunes and other podcatchers. Or, just use the controls below to listen to it right here: This week, Ryan and I are back with a bevy of RIA topics: Adobe Flash tools in beta: Catalyst and Flash...
25 juin 2008 (Ã?mission #0077) ::.Eric Moreau: SQL Server Compact Edition et ADO.NET Synchronisation Services Nous discutons avec Eric Moreau de SQL Server Compact Edition et Synchronisation Framework. SQL Server Compact (ne pas confondre avec SQL Server 2005 Express) est un engin de base de donn...
ADO.NET Data Services has a service-side facility for adding pre-built operations ("Service Operations") which can run arbitrary logic which can additionally be parameterised using simple serialised types from the URI. In this video, we take a look at building such Service Operations.
ADO.NET Data Services has a facility whereby we can plug-in code to run whenever a query for a particular entity set is executed. In this video, we take a look at how we can write these Query Interceptors.
For a .NET client that interacts with an ADO.NET Data Service, we can use LINQ in order to construct the query on the client side. We construct a query using LINQ and the client-side framework translates that into a URI for us. In this video, we take a quick look
In this video we'll take a quick look at how we can build a simple, read-only .NET client against an ADO.NET data service and how we can continue to use the URI-based query mechanism to get data from that service.
ADO.NET Data Services let us make data widely available through RESTful web services. In this video we take a look at how we can offer data from the ADO.NET Entity Framework, LINQ to SQL and any arbitrary data.
SQL Server 2008 (and ADO.NET in .NET Framework V3.5) have a capability whereby you can pass a whole table of data into a stored procedure in one go. Rather than passing XML or a string, multi-valued parameters can be represented quite naturally.In this video, we take a quick look.
ADO.NET V3.0 will come with the ADO.NET Entity Framework and a flexible object relational mapping layer that plugs in to LINQ - LINQ to Entities. In this video we'll take a look at how the framework deals with the deferred loading of related entities from the database.