As reported by the Web Services Team, Silverlight 2 supports custom SOAP headers.
A good working example can be found here, but it only uses WCF services, what about the “old” asmx ones?
I’ve modified the “SilverlightHeaders” solution to use both WCF and asmx, using OperationContext in the first case and HttpContext in the last, click here to download the complete solution.
Check out the article by Scott Guthrie.
The ASP.NET MVC Design gallery is available on the asp.net site.
This article, by ”walks through the steps to build an application from scratch on the recently released Windows Azure CTP, Microsoft’s answer to cloud computing“.
Source code available.
Read the original post by Scott Guthrie.
Click here to download.
Click here to read the article by Tim Anderson.
Click here to read the article by Justin James.
The training kit, updated for .NET 3.5 SP1 and Visual Studio 2008 SP1, is available for download here.
This is the overview:
“The .NET Framework 3.5 Enhancements Training Kit includes presentations, hands-on labs, demos, and event materials. This content is designed to help you learn how to utilize the .NET 3.5 Enhancement features including: ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Dynamic Data, ASP.NET AJAX History, ASP.NET Routing, ADO.NET Data Services, ADO.NET Entity Framework, WCF 3.5 SP1, and the .NET Framework Client Profile.”
In this article, Aaron Lerch illustrates how to build a simple application for the iPhone using ASP.NET MVC.
Source code available!
Thanks to Tim Anderson, I’ve found this great post by Richard Florance.
Silverlight and ASP.NET MVC support for VWD Express is available by installing SP1 Beta and ASP.NET MVC Preview 3.
Click here to read more details by Scott Guthrie.