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May 10

More info on the Sivelight security model

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Shawn continues his yesterday post with a new one that explains why you might get  a MethodAccessException at runtime.

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May 10

Dynamic data pages: auto.axd, the new handler in town…

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[After talking with my friend JPC, I think I should change the title of these posts After all, aspx pages are DYNAMIC pages!] The auto.axd handler is a cool handler that lets you navigate through all the data maintained on a database. To illustrate the usage of this handler, lets start by building a simple […]

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May 10

testing 1, 2, 3

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new post.

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May 09

The silverlight security model

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I think we can say: Goodbye CAS! This post explains the new security model used on the new Silverlight platform. Really good reading and great blog!

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May 09

Getting started with dynamic data pages and controls

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[After talking with my friend JPC, I think I should change the title of these posts After all, aspx pages are DYNAMIC pages!] The ASP.NET May Futures introduces several goodies. One of those goodies is dynamic controls. With them, you can build data bound pages really fast which is good if you”re still doing that […]

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May 07

NDepend: cool app for code analysis

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2011-01-12 08:36:13

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May 07

The ASP.NET May bits introduce some Diagnostic related classes that try to give you some help in logging client exceptions. Dropping the ASP.NET Diagnostics control in an ASP.NET AJAX page adds a reference to PreviewDiagnostics.js file. This file has code that creates a Sys.Preview.DiagnosticsService object (of type Sys.Preview._DiagnosticsService). In theory, the object will automatically handle […]

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May 07

If like me you”re into soccer and you love to see good games, you must surelly follow the FA league closely. I do. Even if you don”t follow it, there”s a good chance that you”ve heard about José Mourinho, the portuguese coach of Chelsea. In my opinion, he”s simply the best coach in the world […]

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May 07

The May bits have a new control which you can use to integrate the Back and Forward buttons in your AJAX pages. Using the control is really simple: you just need to save current state during a partial postback and then handle the Navigate event which is fired by the History control in response to a […]

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May 04

Cadspaces on web sites

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There”s already a guide available on the Cardspace web site that describes some patterns that can be used for supporting this technology in web sites.

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May 03

AJAX ASP.NET May future bits: there are also new things here!

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With all this excitment around Silverlight, I”ve been negleted the new things that have appeared on the AJAX May future bits. 10 minutes ago I”ve just discovered that the team is implementing some sort of search service that you can plug in through the config file. Currently, and as you might expect from a beta […]

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May 03

You can do this from javascript or from C# (when you”re using the alpha version). To achieve full screen mode from javascript , you need to get a reference to the silverlight host control and then you need to access its content property: referenceToHostControl.content.fullscreen = true; When you”re building an alpha application, you can write […]

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May 03

Serving silverlight pages

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I”ve been hearing about several issues with configuring a server to serve Silverlight pages. Well, if you”re using IIS and ASP.NET, there are a couple of things you should check. You shoud garantee that IIS serves the xaml and dll files with the correct MIME type. For instance, in my IIS 7 installation, I have […]

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May 02

Here”s a good post which gives you the required steps for doing just that. This is necessary because Silverlight runs against a lightweight version of the CLR.

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May 01

Silverlight videos

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I”ve started watching them. They show some cool stuff, but the Creating a video playlist with silverlight and ASP.NET left me wondering about why we have the ClientScriptManager class. I”m saying this because the demo uses Response.Write to insert js code from the codebehind file…yeah, wtf?

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