Volume 24 Number 04
April 2009 Code Downloads
|Data Points - Using Silverlight 2 With ADO.NET Data Services
ADO.NET Data Services and Silverlight make a powerful combination, but to make them work well together, there are a few things you need to understand. Here, John Papa explains.
|Dynamic WPF - Create Flexible UIs With Flow Documents And Data Binding
Flow documents offer enormous flexibility in arranging text layout and pagination, but they don't support data binding, so you can't dynamically change content. Here we build a component to solve that problem.
|Foundations - Working With The .NET Service Bus
The .NET Services Bus is arguably the most accessible, powerful, and useful piece of the new Azure Cloud Computing initiative. See how it manages cloud communications.
|Service Station - Creating And Consuming Web Feeds
Jon Flanders demonstrates creating and consuming Web feeds with Windows Communication Foundation and AtomPub.
|Take Control - Use SharePoint to Manage Your Windows Services
In this article, we show you how to integrate a Windows Services-based solution with SharePoint. The results enable you to provision, start, stop, and remove service instances through SharePoint 3.0 Central Administration.