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  • Blog Post: Update: Enterprise RIA Project Now Running on Silverlight 3 Release Version

    As the release schedule of our Enterprise RIA template and sample application was a little bit unfortunate we now had the time to update the project. We needed to do some changes to the code which we couldn’t do before now due to some time constraints. For example the way ton include application services...
  • Blog Post: The ViewModel Pattern in Silverlight – An Example

    During the last few weeks I was working with Silverlight again quite a bit. This meant I had to write some code for several showcase projects, too. Of course no real production code (beware) but nevertheless in the end the applications were doing what they were supposed to do. However as it usually happens...
  • Blog Post: Building A Visual Search Service For IE8 With WCF - Part III

    It's definitely about time to publish the promised third part of this series. This time I will cover the class model which I used to let the .Net XmlSerializer generate the necessary XML structure. I want to utilize almost the full breadth of the capabilities the Visual Search component is offering with...
  • Blog Post: Quick Win Series - Silverlight Background Transparency With "Orcas"

    Have you already tried to create a Silverlight project with Visual Studio "Orcas" and wondered why setting the isWindowless property to true and the background property to transperent on the Javascript function that creates the Silverlight control like seen below has no real visible effect when you run...
  • Blog Post: Quick Win Series - Intellisense For WCF Service Configurations

    If you ever wondered why you don't have Intellisense support in Visual Studio 2005 when working on a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Service Configuration in a web project then here comes the workaround. The reason for that is that you add your service configuration to the web configuration...
  • Blog Post: Reocurring programming tasks - Part II: Embedding resources into assemblies

    If you are one of those programmers who used to compile and build your .Net assemblies manually with the command line and makefiles you probably know that you can embed or link in external resources like pictures which are needed during runtime quite easily. And if you are now converted by the compelling...
  • Blog Post: Reocurring programming tasks - Part I: Handling DateTime

    Even as an architect I sometimes need to get some hands-on experience regarding new technologies and and new versions or frameworks which involve programmin tasks. Prominent examples for this are the WinFX technologies. Unfortunately as a casual and deliberately average programmer I often forget what...
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