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  • Blog Post: Getting the WebOperationContext of a HTTP response in Silverlight

    Here is a little code snippet that shows how to work with WebOperationContext for HTTP responses in Silverlight WCF proxies. Hope it helps! -Yavor Georgiev Program Manager, WCF
  • 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: Two samples from today's MIX talk

    Thanks to the folks who attended my talk at MIX 2010 today. As promised, I'm posting the two samples I showed. I'll post an update when the video from my talk is available, so folks who couldn't attend can see it. Local Search I built a Silverlight application that runs on Windows Phone 7. It's...
  • Blog Post: Some new features for REST services

    Just a quick announcement here of a release that will be interesting to SL developers who want to access REST services. The WCF REST Starter Kit Preview 2 is now out, go grab it at . The release gives you a polished install/uninstall experience, so don't be afraid to try it on...
  • Blog Post: Nice overview of Silverlight HTTP stack

    Karen Corby, PM working on the Silverlight 2 HTTP stack, posts an awesome overview. Her first post covers the site-of-origin policy (also known as the cross-domain restriction) and the two APIs used for HTTP communication: WebClient and HttpWebRequest/HttpWebResponse.
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