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  • Blog Post: Advertising support for OData in web pages

    Most browsers today will automatically enable their RSS/Atom reader option when you're on a page that has a feed in it. This is because the page has one or more <link> elements pointing to RSS/Atom endpoints, for example: <link rel="alternate" type="application/rss+xml" title...
  • Blog Post: HTTP PATCH support for OData in WCF Data Services

    NOTE: this post was originally published on 5/20/10 but somehow disappeared, probably during the transition to the new blogging infrastructure in blogs.msdn.com. This version should be close to the original although it may differ in details. Back when we were working on the initial version of OData ...
  • Blog Post: OData chat with Scott Hanselman, warming up for Mix

    A few days ago Scott and I recorded a "hanselminutes" episode where we spent some time talking about OData. Scott came armed with a whole bunch of questions to help tease apart the current transition we're going through regarding products names. We also touched on various topics ranging from the layering...
  • Blog Post: Implementing only certain aspects of OData

    While we focus on keeping things simple, the whole OData protocol does have a bunch of functionality in it, and you don't always need the whole thing. If you're implementing a client or a server, how much of OData do you need to handle? OData is designed to be modular and grow as you need more...
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