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  • Blog Post: alt.msdn - What Media Says on MS Development

    Dojo father talks on how HTML 5 and JavaScript will take mobile web application development to the next level. Dino Esposito shows how ASP.NET made encoding HTML easier due to a new syntax and a new subsystem. Matthew Podwysocki delivers a new chapter on his series about Reactive Extensions...
  • Blog Post: Gone With the Week (Mar 22 – 26, 2010)

    Here we offer our review on .NET development topics published on independent media.   Microsoft Has Released OData SDK and “Dallas” CTP 2 Abel Avram covers the release of Odata SDK, an AtomPub-based protocol facilitating data sharing over the web through REST-like requests sent by a consumer -.NET...
  • Blog Post: Gone With the Week (Mar 8 – 12, 2010)

    Here we highlight some topics that media was covering about general development (and .NET in particular) this week now ending. XNA Game Studio 4.0 to Windows Phone 7 arsenal Mary-Jo Foley tells about MS next gaming development platform, unveiled at Game Developers Conference 2010 in San Francisco. (...
  • Blog Post: LINQ To SQL And The Entity Framework

    With the releases of LINQ to SQL and the ADO.NET Entity Framework, developers now have two products from Microsoft designed to tie together relational data and object-oriented programming. In the December 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Anthony Sneed provides a roadmap to these technologies and demonstrates...
  • Blog Post: Data-Centric Web Applications With Silverlight 2

    Silverlight contains many of the tools you need in order to consume data and support Web services and XML. But to enable full data connectivity, you must map your data operations to Web service methods. In the September 2008 issue of MSDN Magazine , Shawn Wildermuth demonstrates how ADO.NET Data Services...
  • Blog Post: ADO.NET Data Services Basics

    Separation of presentation and data is not a new idea, but with the growing popularity of technologies such as AJAX and Silver­light, it has become much more prevalent. ADO.NET Data Services Framework began as a way to help developers looking to expose and consume data via services from their applications...
  • Blog Post: Flexible Data Modeling With The Entity Framework

    The Microsoft Entity Data Model (EDM), based on Dr. Peter Chen's Entity Relationship (ER) model, is the driving force behind the ADO.NET Entity Framework. The EDM is also the feature that most significantly differentiates the Entity Framework from other ORM-style technologies in the marketplace. In the...
  • Blog Post: Data Points: Designing an Entity Data Model

    The Entity Framework is an exciting new technology for ADO.NET developers that enables you to view data using a logical model instead of a physical model. At the heart of the Entity Framework is the Entity Data Model (EDM), which defines the entity types, relationships and containers that developers...
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