The platform has just been announced by Ray Ozzie at PDC 2008.
: “ official site The Azure Services Platform provides a wide range of internet services that can be consumed from both on-premises environments or the internet.”
Tim Anderson has written a
good post on it.
to read the official announcement. here
Check out this
by Long Zheng. post
by Jordan Knight. this post
The Silverlight Web Services Team has posted
about the new features available in the RTW release. a great article
The article gives details about:
Reusing existing types in “Add Service Reference”
Support for ChannelFactory<T>
to read this great article by Bart Czernicki. here
John Papa has posted the Table of contents related to his new book “ ” now available for Data and Services with Silverlight 2 pre-order on Amazon.
by Arun Gupta. the original post
Pete Brown has posted two great articles about this topic:
Pietro Brambati has posted about these topics (in italian). a great article
Source code available!
As referenced by Delphi product manager
Nick Hodges at SDN in Netherlands, this new project will enable developers to use the Delphi language for building .NET 3.5 applications with technologies like WinForms, WFP, Silverlight, ASP.NET, WCF, LINQ.
More details can be found on the
Marco Cantù’s blog.
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