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  • Blog Post: No-Build Experience Enhancement in WCF RIAServices 1.0 RTW

    Introduction   In the WCF RIA Services PDC release, Live IntelliSense was first introduced to enable no-build experience for RIA Services development.   More information about this feature can be found in: Live IntelliSense in WCF RIA Services for VS2010 .   In the WCF RIA Services 1.0...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 4 Tools for VS2010 and WCF RIA Services 1.0 Released!

    This is the final release for Silverlight 4 Tools for VS2010, WCF RIA Services 1.0 runtime and tools. A bunch of new features were   introduced into this release, . Let’s take the Data Source Window (used   for data-binding UI generation) outputs as an example. With the new release, you will...
  • Blog Post: Customizing Your WPF/Silverlight UI using Value Converter and/or Partial Class Properties

    When writing data applications, one of the things we need to take care is the difference between the data stored in the database and the data you want to show to the user in presentation layer. We need to make sure that the data being displayed in the UI is friendly and makes sense to the users. Also...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight Object Binding in Visual Studio 2010 Beta2

    Visual Studio 2010 provides drag-and-drop data binding from the Data Sources window in Silverlight applications. The Data Sources window simplifies the process of creating data-bound controls to present application data to users. This example shows how to display data from 2 related business objects...
  • Blog Post: Building Look-Up Binding with the VS Data Source Window

    About six months ago, Milind wrote a post about how to leverage the Data Source Window to build look-up binding. In that article, Milind briefly described one way to do that through drag-and-drop. In this post, I’ll show you different ways to use the Data Source Window and build look-up binding through...
  • Blog Post: Build Your Own Custom Controls for WPF & Silverlight Data Binding

    As posted in our previous articles, Visual Studio 2010 offers “Drag and Drop Data Binding” for WPF and Silverlight Applications. Using this feature, you can create data-bound controls by dragging items from the Data Source Window to the WPF or Silverlight Designer. As you’ve probably noticed, in Data...
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