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This blog is about building Rich Internet & Interoperable Applications with Silverlight 2. You will also find technical information about the Eclipse Tools for SilverlightWe welcome your feedback.

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  • Blog Post: eclipse4SL : “DataGrid” Tutorial

    Duration 20 minutes Description This tutorial demonstrates how to populate a DataGrid with dynamic data. When you press the Load Button, the DataGrid will be filled in, and eventually filtered if a filter has been specified. A pdf version of this tutorial is attached at the end of this post...
  • Blog Post: eclipse4SL : “Hello World” Tutorial

    Duration 30 minutes Description This tutorial is inspired from Scott Guthrie Silverlight 2 Series , adapted from Visual Studio to the eclipse4SL environment. A pdf version of the tutorial is attached at the end of this post and accessible here . Prerequisites After installing eclipse4SL...
  • Blog Post: How-To : Silverlight accessing Java SOAP services (Part 2 – No Cross Domain : Tomcat/Eclipse)

    The HowTo series demo Silverlight accessing Web Services in various configuration. In this post, we will demonstrate you a SOAP service consumed by a Silverlight client application where the Site of Origin hosts the Web Services. This scenario is categorized as a D2D scenario without cross-domain policy...
  • Blog Post: Tip : Serving JSPs and Servlets from IIS through Tomcat

    This tip is about making IIS as a front end to Tomcat hosting Servlets and JSPs on the back end. This architecture allows the hosting of JAX-WS or Restlet services in Tomcat while Silverlight clients are hosted in IIS without facing cross-domain issues. The configuration files and the connector (isapi_redirect...
  • Blog Post: Tip : Cross Domain Policy when Self-Hosting your Services

    This tip is about self hosting of services with the .Net WCF or Java Restlet framework. Cross-domain access is mandatory here since the Site of Origin does not host the services. Self hosting a service represents a quick & easy way to expose a Web Service for tests purpose. Yet, customization...
  • Blog Post: How-To : Silverlight accessing Java REST services (Part 2 – No Cross Domain : Tomcat/Eclipse)

    The HowTo serie demoes Silverlight accessing Web Services in various configuration. In this post, we will demonstrate a REST service consumed by a Silverlight client application where the Site of Origin hosts the Web Services. This scenario is categorized as a D2D scenario without cross-domain policy...
  • Blog Post: How-To : Silverlight accessing Java SOAP services (Part 1 – Cross Domain : IIS + Tomcat)

    The How-To series demo Silverlight accessing Web Services in various configuration. In this post, we will demonstrate a SOAP service consumed by a Silverlight client application. This scenario can be categorized as a D2D scenario with a cross domain policy. Both the Silverlight and SOAP service are...
  • Blog Post: How-To : Silverlight accessing Java REST services (Part 1 - Cross Domain : IIS + Tomcat)

    The HowTo serie demoes Silverlight accessing Web Services in various configurations. In this post, we will demonstrate a REST service consumed by HTTP GET and POST requests issued from a Silverlight client application. This scenario can be categorized as a D2D scenario with a cross domain policy. ...
  • Blog Post: Limitations when accessing REST services from Silverlight

    As explained in What are those SOAP/RPC and XML/REST styles ? , the REST support in Silverlight has several limitations : Only the "Content-Type" HTTP header can be accessed from the Silverlight client code. The WebClient works fine in most scenarios, yet turn to HttpWebRequest if you need to...
  • Blog Post: D2D scenario : Developer Environment

    This scenario is typically used in development phase when you are building a Silverlight rich client that connects to new business Logic . It is mandatory that the business logic is new to ensure you have enough control to enforce a configuration where the Site Of Origin and the Services Host reside...
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