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December, 2007

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    Create Dynamic Maps with Visual Basic 9.0 and WPF

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    The Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) data-binding infrastructure is based around the concepts of dependency objects and dependency properties. A dependency object provides support for change notification and the ability to dynamically fetch and retrieve...
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    Build Office-Based Solutions Using WPF, WCF, And LINQ

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    With Visual Studio 2008, you can build a solution that incorporates the native capabilities of an Office client application combined with the sophisticated UI capabilities of Windows Presentation Foundation that's connected to remote data and services...
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    January 2008 MSDN Magazine now online

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    The January 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine is now available online at http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/08/01/default.aspx . The January issue features a focus on Web-related development technologies. Mike Volodarsky starts us out with a look at the...
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    .NET Matters: IFileOperation in Windows Vista

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    Say you'd like to execute a bunch of file operations as a batch. You'd like some extra doo-dads like a standard Windows progress bar for the operation. What's the best way to approach this problem? In the December issue of MSDN Magazine , Stephen Toub...
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    Around the World with ASP.NET AJAX Applications

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    You probably want your web apps to be used anywhere in the world. ASP.NET AJAX applications include a significant amount of client-side code, but this is not covered by the standard ASP.NET localization model. Is there a better way to localize you ASP...
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    Windows With C++: Windows Template Library 8.0

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    The Visual C++ team developed the Active Template Library (ATL) to allow COM clients and servers to be easily created while producing the smallest and fastest code possible. Windows Template Library (WTL) extends ATL with a very rich set of class templates...
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    IIS 7.0 and the ASP.NET Integrated Pipeline

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    One of the coolest things about working at MSDN Magazine is the exposure I get to all the different technologies coming down the pipe from all over the company.  One of these that recently grabbed my attention was the set of enhancements that the...
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    "CLR Inside Out" Needs Your Ideas

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    One of the benefits that we at MSDN Magazine are proud to be able to offer readers is access to many of the actual product groups at Microsoft.  For those of you who read the magazine, you know that we run a column called CLR Inside Out - the column...
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    Authenticate Users Across Organizations Using ADFS

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    Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) was introduced in Windows Server 2003 for organizations that need to participate in standards-based identity federation. With ADFS, you can more easily validate identity data from other organizations, leading...
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    Netting C++: EEK!—Time to Design the Mouse

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    In a series of recent columns , Stanley B. Lippman has been working through the design of a software simulation of a mouse (EEK!) and its environment using the resources of the Microsoft .NET Framework and C++/CLI, the revised C++ language binding to...
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    Extending Windows PowerShell with Custom Cmdlets

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    You probably already know that Windows PowerShell is a powerful and flexible tool. You may not know, however, that you can easily extend Windows PowerShell by writing your own custom cmdlets. In the December issue of MSDN Magazine , Jim Truher shows you...
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    Mainframe Interop With BizTalk Adapters and the .NET Framework

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    You might be surprised to know that COBOL is still a common language for business apps. According to a 2001 Gartner report on enterprise programming language adoption, more than 60 percent of the businesses surveyed still used COBOL. Almost every major...
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