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Thanks to this post by Marco Cantù, I’ve found two interesting articles by Justin James about the future of the Embarcadero/CodeGear development environments: CodeGear: Working hard to rejuvenate its legacy; CodeGear: Extending the Borland legacy to Ruby and PHP developers. Justin states that “CodeGear’s .NET products are expanding in...Read More..
Shawn Wildermuth’s new blog site is on-line: you can find it at http://www.wildermuth.com. I recommend you to take a look at his article 10 Things You Should Know About Silverlight.Read More..
I’ve prepared this Silverlight 2 Beta 2 solution based on the example described in the official documentation. You can try it just following these simple steps: open the solution using Visual Studio 2008; deploy the Wcf Service “DuplexService” to http://localhost/DuplexService; copy the included crossdomain.xml and clientaccesspolicy.xml in c:\inetpub\wwwroot\;...Read More..
Check out these interesting articles by chrishayuk: Silverlight Encryption Part 1; Silverlight Encryption Part 2; Silverlight Encryption Part 3.Read More..
I completely agree with this post by Charlie Calvert.Read More..
John Lam has posted the news: Rails runs on IronRuby. So Microsoft supports Open Source, you’ll be able to write .NET applications in IronRuby, and Rails applications will have access to all the powerful characteristics of the .NET framework (Silverlight, WPF, ASP.NET, just to list a few examples)....Read More..
Click here to download the update. Check out this article by Scott Guthrie to read the details.Read More..
“Continuous LINQ is a .NET Framework 3.5 extension that builds on the LINQ query syntax to create continuous, self-updating result sets. ” In this article, Kevin Hoffman describes the new functionalities introduced, in particular the possibility to use some aggregate functions such as Average, Min, Max,...Read More..
Check out this interesting example of LOB application developed using Silverlight 2. Source code available!Read More..