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  • Blog Post: Known issues with RIA Services V1 SP2 on Visual Studio 11 Beta

    RIA Services V1 SP2 works great with With Visual Studio 11 Beta. There are a few small issues to be aware of, check out my post here: .
  • Blog Post: RIA Services SP2 RTW released

    Please check out my blog post with release details.
  • Blog Post: Active Federation using RIA Services and WIF

    You may have built a federated auth app with RIA Services, but it always required cumbersome browser redirects. Check out this new sample that shows how to do federated auth with with WIF, all from inside the Silverlight app. Hope this is useful, -Yavor
  • Blog Post: RIA Services T4 template to copy comments from server to client

    Just posted a sample about how to use the T4 code-generation template support in RIA Services V1 SP1 in order to copy comments over from my server project to my Silverlight project, check it out here . Thanks, -Yavor Georgiev Program Manager, WCF
  • Blog Post: Integrating WCF RIA Services with WCF Routing

    If any of you have used RIA Services and tried to get that to work with the WCF router, you probably encountered some problems. The router could be useful in a DMZ scenario, or if you are trying to do content-based routing. I just blogged a quick sample on how to get this to work , please take a look...
  • Blog Post: PDC presentation and demo

    Here is my presentation at last week’s PDC conference about what’s new in networking and web services in Silverlight 4 Beta. At the beginning of the talk I refer to WCF RIA Services, which is not covered in detail in the talk itself, but it is covered in these two other PDC talks: Building Amazing Business...
  • Blog Post: New Web Services Features in Silverlight 4 Beta

    This morning at PDC ’09 ScottGu just announced the availability of Silverlight 4 Beta. Later on today I am going on to present the latest improvements around networking and web services and I’ll link to the full talk as soon as it is available online. In this post I’ll provide a quick summary of today...
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