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  • Blog Post: Consuming REST/POX and REST/JSON services in Silverlight 4

    A new feature in Silverlight 4 is the ability to consume REST/POX (XML) services in a strongly-typed way, using the same programming model as the desktop framework. That includes WebGet/WebInvoke attributes, UriTemplates and body styles. By default, only XML is enabled, but there are extensibility points...
  • Blog Post: Detailed Overview of Silverlight 2 Beta 2 Web Service Features

    As you have probably read already (in Scott or Tim's posts), Silverlight 2 Beta 2 provides a set of new and improved web service features. This post will go over our Beta 2 scenarions in more detail, and we intend to follow up over the next couple of weeks and drill down into particualr features. ...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2.0 - Rundown of WebServices related functionality in Beta1

    Technorati Tags: Silverlight , WebServices Hope everyone had a chance to download and play with the Silverlight 2.0 Beta1 bits. I wanted to put up a quick post detailing the features we have shipped in this Beta. We have shipped total of 5 features split across 5 assemblies. Core Assembly: ...
  • Blog Post: POX Proxy Prototype Walkthrough

    Update: Mahesh wrote a detailed step-by-step walkthrough of how he built the Ebay POX Proxy Example. This post discusses the design of a POX Proxy prototype. Current POX/JSON Support SL 2 Beta 1 comes with support for consuming POX/JSON services. The user experience is manual: the client...
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