This prior post described the code that is generated when you compile a Silverlight application that uses WCF RIA Services and your own plain old CLR objects (POCOs). This post provides some ideas if something goes horribly wrong and the compiler does not generate the appropriate code. If you build your solution and you don’t […]
This post provides a high-level description of what happens when you compile a Silverlight application that uses WCF RIA Services and plain old CLR objects (POCOs) and the resulting generated code. (See this prior post for a code example.) After you define your Silverlight project, enable WCF RIA Services, and add your Domain Service class […]
The prior post here detailed how to build a Silverlight application using WCF RIA Services and your own plain old CLR objects (POCOs). That application displayed the data in a grid and allowed updates using a set of labels and textboxes. But the order of the fields was alphabetical, which is rarely the order that […]
The prior post here detailed how to build a simple Silverlight application that used WCF RIA Services to communicate with your server-side business layer to retrieve data and display it in a Silverlight DataGrid. This post adds to the prior post, providing an update feature. In keeping with the general theme of the prior post, […]
This post demonstrates how to use Silverlight and WCF RIA Services to access YOUR server-side business objects to build a line of business application. This particular example is as absolutely simple as possible to help you get up and running with these technologies. To meet this goal, this first post covers only how to retrieve […]
In this prior post, I provided information on registering for the VSLive! conference on August 2-6 in Redmond Washington and on the talks I am presenting at that conference. If you would like a "sneak peak" at the source code for my two talks, you can get it all from my company’s Web site. Enjoy!
If you are working on a large project, your Solution Explorer can get unwieldy and difficult to manage. Solution Folders can help. Solution folders are logical folder groupings of projects or files within a project. For example, here is a solution with a set of projects: There are only 11 projects here, which may be […]
If you like to keep your hands on the keyboard, here is a tip for accessing any Visual Studio window. Ctrl + Tab When you are in Visual Studio, just press Ctrl + Tab. You will get a popup window that looks something like this: Keep holding down the Ctrl key and use the arrow […]