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Explore the nuances of using WCF Services with Silverlight, and learn troubleshooting tips for working with Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.
Silverlight applications based on the Managed Extensibility Framework and generalized user interfaces don't require hand coding every screen.
Extend runtime sorting and filtering of data with ASP.NET 4's QueryExtender, which provides a single interface for DataSources.
Peter continues to extend his jQuery/jTemplate case study by supporting deletes of multiple rows with a single mouse click.
Peter continues to exploit jQuery in his client-side code to integrate an ASP.NET page with a WCF service -- this time to support updating data.
A combination of client-side code, WCF services, and jQuery lets you retrieve data from your sever and display it to the user using Web Services and client-side code.
Silverlight offers impressive talents and more than a few frustrations. From customizing your application UI to battling obscure bugs and error messages, this column helps with the transition to Silverlight tools.
The jQuery library makes it easier to create applications that execute in the browser. By leveraging existing ASP.NET technologies and merging them with jQuery, you can create faster, more responsive applications.
How factoring out common patterns in your Azure worker roles can improve development.
ON VB: Four ways to synchronize threads with your app's user interface.
The last in a series of articles on working with VSTS2008 shows how to make existing unit tests data driven.
Mickey shows some other unit testing options, and how to enable code coverage, in Visual Studio Team System 2008
Mickey shows you a basic example of unit testing with Visual Studio Team System 2008. Part 1 of 3.
How to avoid the end-to-end integration test problem with the Repository pattern.
Optional and named parameters were added to the C# language for COM and Office interoperability, but these features are actually useful in a variety of ways.
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