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  • Blog Post: Hands-on Lab: Silverlight 4 Line of Business Application using WCF RIA Services Now updated to reflect RTM changes

    I have updated the Hands-On Lab “Silverlight 4 Line of Business Application using WCF RIA Services ” to work with the RTM version of VS2010 and SL 4 and WCF RIA Services 1.0. In this 99 page hands-on lab you will learn how to use Visual Studio 2010 and Microsoft Silverlight 4 to create...
  • Blog Post: Hands-on Lab: Silverlight 4 Line of Business Application using WCF RIA Services

    [ July 2010: The lab has been updated in order to reflect RTM changes --> http://blogs.msdn.com/b/swiss_dpe_team/archive/2010/08/03/hands-on-lab-silverlight-4-line-of-business-application-using-wcf-ria-services-now-updated-to-reflect-rtm-changes.aspx ] After building this lab from the ground and...
  • Blog Post: Consuming an Entity Data Model using the EntityDataSource control (tutorial)

    With this tutorial I want to show you how you can use the EntityDataSource control in order to build an ASP.NET Web Page which is consuming an Entity Data Model (created with Entity Framework); you will see what are the typical problems you may find when working with this control. EntityDataSource...
  • Blog Post: Entity Framework Feature CTP Preview 2 released (built on top of EF 4 Beta 2)

    Just a quick note to let everyone know that an updated version of the EF Feature CTP is now available for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2. As you can read on the ADO.NET team blog this release includes some great new enhancements for Code Only and Self-Tracking Entities (support for Silverlight 3, databinding...
  • Blog Post: Entity Framework Feature CTP 1

    One of the nicest features of EF 4.0 is POCO support, which makes possible to do persistence ignorance with Entity Framework. Another great feature, which I was expecting to be released as part of EF 4.0 is support for Self-Tracking Entities. Self Tracking Entities are domain classes that do not have...
  • Blog Post: Entity Framework learning guide

    Today I found an excellent guide on Entity Framework written by Zeeshan Hirani. The PDF document contains examples of various mapping scenarios and concepts Zeeshan learned about Entity Framework. It's really a wonderful collection of tips and tricks that may be useful if you are within a project using...
  • Blog Post: Windows Presentation Foundation – Line of Business Hands-On-Lab Material

    Last December we held a hands-on lab on how to create a line of business application from scratch on Windows Presentation Foundation using Visual Studio 2008 and Expression Blend 2. Windows Presentation Foundation together with the new WPF control toolkit offers a whole new set of controls to build state...
  • Blog Post: The future of LINQ To SQL

    I always get the same question about the future of LINQ to SQL. Finally the ADO.NET Team, which is supporting both LINQ to SQL and Entity Framework, made some clear statements. It is now clear that as of .NET 4.0, LINQ to Entities will be the recommended data access solution for LINQ to relational scenarios...
  • Blog Post: Entity Framework vs LINQ TO SQL

    This table want to summarize some of the big differences between LINQ To SQL and Entity Framework. LINQ TO SQL ENTITY FRAMEWORK - Works only with SQL SERVER - Database agnostic (3rd party providers already available) - Limited Mapping Capabilities...
  • Blog Post: Live from PDC day 2

    WPF The first good news is that we are shipping (RTW) a bunch of new controls for WPF. The most notable of course is the DataGrid that I had a chance to try in the CTP stage and is quite powerful but also quite performing on large datasets. This enables LOB application to be done in WPF without the...
  • Blog Post: ADO.NET Entity Framework Hands-on Lab

    Last week the Swiss MSDN Team hold once again a Hands-on Lab here in Wallisellen. This time the topic was Entity Framework, the new Microsoft’s technology for bridging the gap between data structures and objects in your applications. The lab was divided into 4 parts. In the first part of the lab attendees...
  • Blog Post: Migrating from LINQ To SQL to the Entity Framework

    Since the release of the Entity Framework, Microsoft got a number of requests for details and best practices from customers who are looking at migrating their LINQ to SQL based applications to the Entity Framework. In order to address this topic, the ADO.NET Team Blog started a new series of blogs posts...
  • Blog Post: Providers for the ADO.NET Entity Framework

    As you can see on the announcement of the ADO.NET Team Blog , Devart has released a new version of their ADO.NET providers, which includes support for the Entity Framework. With this release developers can now access their Oracle, MySQL and PostgreSQL databases via the Entity Framework.
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework 3.5 Enhancements Training Kit (final release)

    Im Mai ist der Preview dieses Enhancements Training Kits erschienen und ich habe darüber berichtet: http://blogs.msdn.com/swiss_dpe_team/archive/2008/05/07/net-framework-3-5-enhancements-training-kit-preview.aspx . Zeitgleich mit der Veröffentlichung des .NET Frameworks 3.5 SP1, ist dieses Training...
  • Blog Post: .NET Framework 3.5 Enhancements Training Kit (preview)

    Vor wenigen Tage ist das .NET Framework 3.5 Enhancements Training Kit als preview veröffentlicht worden. Noch in diesem Jahr werden Neuerungen im Bereich von ASP.NET und ADO.NET erscheinen, welche in Ergänzung zum .NET Framework 3.5 zu verstehen sind. Das .NET Framework 3.5 ist im November 2007 zusammen...
  • Blog Post: ADO.NET Data Services (Microsoft Codename Astoria)

    Was genau sind ADO.NET Data Services? ADO.NET Data Services erlauben Anwendungen Daten-Informationen als Data Services zu publizieren. Wenn Sie also eine Menge Informationen innerhalb einer Datenbank haben, können Sie so ganz einfach normale Web Services definieren. Nehmen wir an, Sie haben eine Kunden...
  • Blog Post: LINQ to SQL and LINQ to Entities providers

    Yesterday, during the TechDays in Geneva, I met quite a lot of people asking about the availability of LINQ to SQL providers for databases other than SQL Server. Unluckily, at least from Microsoft side, nothing has been announced yet (third parties neither) and I don’t think it will happens. On...
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