Today, at the PDC, we announced that a production-ready version of the WCF Data Services client for Windows Phone 7 is available for download from http://odata.codeplex.com. This means that it is now simple to create an app that connects your Windows Phone 7 to all the existing OData services as well as the new ones we’re announcing at this PDC.
The release includes a version of System.Data.Services.Client.dll that is supported on the phone (both the assembly and the source code) and a code generator tool to generate phone-friendly client side proxies
The library follows most of the same patterns you are already used to when programming with OData services on the desktop version of Silverlight. The key changes from Silverlight desktop to be aware of are:
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Are you saying that core Linq support is being added to Windows Phone? Does this include support for the Expression<T> type? Has any timeline been announced?
How about WCF Data Service with binary data. I try it on Windows Phone 7 and it does not work (It does work on Silverlight). Any ETA to support this feature?
Also, when the callback, which is assigned from BeginGetReadStream, how do I know which object is begin referred. For example, I would like to display photos for all the employees. I cannot find a way to do it at all.
I am having an issue with the DataServiceState.Save/Restore when my DataServiceCollection contains a type that has a collection propery that wa sbeen expanded - see my stackoverflow.com post on the subject for more details