Download free chapter which consists of 42 pages from here. Techniques, practical tips, hints, and tricks for Silverlight interactions with SharePoint Develop Silverlight RIAs that interact with SharePoint 2010 data and services Explore the diverse alternatives for hosting a Silverlight RIA in a SharePoint 2010 Page Work with the new SharePoint Silverlight Client Object
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Last week Scott Gu posted about several new things coming up onto the ASP.NET scene. They are: IIS Developer Express: A lightweight web-server that is simple to setup, free, works with all versions of Windows, and is compatible with the full IIS 7.5. SQL Server Compact Edition: A lightweight file-based database that is simple to
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Here are the latest news from ExtJS, as always they are pushing the limits of client tool programming far. Stay tuned for more news: Exciting things are happening! Today, we’re combining forces with the jQTouch and Raphaël projects, changing our company name to Sencha, and moving our web address from www.extjs.com to www.sencha.com. jQTouch and
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Introduction Download link “Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2” Our purpose in Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 is to point out both the new and the improved in the latest version of SQL Server. Because this version is Release 2 (R2) of SQL Server 2008, you might think the changes are relatively minor—more than
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Yesterday was announced that ASP.NET MVC 2 is final! What is new: – New Strongly Typed HTML Helpers – Enhanced Model Validation support across both server and client – Auto-Scaffold UI Helpers with Template Customization – Support for splitting up large applications into “Areas” – Asynchronous Controllers support that enables long running tasks in parallel
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Great post by Pinal Dave! He shares some tips how to get most of the stored procedures. Dont miss it here.
Illustrates which parts of the ASP.NET MVC Framework get called when a request is made Check out the purpose and features of routing, controllers, actions, and views Quick-reference diagram – print and display on a wall next to where you sit Download the poster from here!