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- 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 new directions, which include RIA development and targeting other platforms (through systems such as Mono)”.
Will we be able to write rich internet applications using Delphi and targeting both .NET and Mono platforms?
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\;
- run the project “DuplexClientWeb” from within Visual Studio or deploy it to IIS.
I completely agree with this post by Charlie Calvert.
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).
Check out the project Home Page on RubyForge!
“Continuous LINQ is a .NET Framework 3.5 extension that builds on the LINQ query syntax to create continuous, self-updating result sets. ”
Check out CodePlex to download CLINQ source code and a great WPF demo with data binding and charting capabilities.