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  • Blog Post: Web 307: Effective RIA Demo Code

    As promised, I am uploading the source code for the demo. Please keep in mind, there are some places where I have not followed best practices, I will follow up with a post after finishing and cleaning up the application. I have had a bunch of folks ask about the source code, so I wanted to get it out...
  • Blog Post: Tech Ed North America 2010 – WCF RIA Services Talk

    Teched 2010 is almost around the corner. It will be held in New Orleans LA from June 7-10. Details and schedule of talks are now published online. I will be attending the conference this year and will actually be giving two talks. The first one as you must have guessed is on RIA Services. Below are the...
  • Blog Post: The inner workings of Count <T> in RIA Services

    One of things that came up repeatedly in our API Reviews for RIA Services was the fact that, we were requesting the total server count of the resulting query by default for paging scenarios. This basically meant that were executing two queries on the database:- Execution on the actual query...
  • Blog Post: Using Query.ResultLimit with DomainDataSource

    Server throttling is one the new features we introduced in our RC release. It lets you regulate the per request load on the server / DB by specifying maximum result limit on a query method using the QueryAttribute.ResultLimit property. Here is how you can specify a result limit on a query method:...
  • Blog Post: RIA Services RC and Toolkit March 2010 now available…

    The RIA Services team just released the RC version of the product. You can find all the installation instruction @ http://silverlight.net/RIAServices . I am going to talk about the features have been added to this release and also introduce you to the RIA Services Toolkit. You can download the RIA Services...
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