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Windows Azure, TDS, WCF, Silverlight and a few problems on the way Part IV – The Silverlight Project

How to add a Silverlight application to an Azure project.

Posted On Tuesday, May 26, 2009 10:08 PM

Windows Azure, TDS, WCF, Silverlight and a few problems on the way Part III – The Azure Project, and creating our Web service.

How to set up an Azure Site, with a webservice function

Posted On Thursday, May 14, 2009 11:18 PM

Windows Azure, TDS, WCF, Silverlight and a few problems on the way Part II – Database access layer
Project Sourcecode: NewsMashup In Part I of this series of articles I discussed the database that lies behind the application. Moving from the backend to the client side, it is now time to discuss the code which accesses the database and returns the data to application. I have a standard class I use when accessing databases. The version I am using here is developed to connect to SQL Server but with some minor changes it would not be difficult to adapt to other databases, and I already have one for ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 13, 2009 10:23 PM

Implementing a Silverlight based ‘Vertical’ tickertape

Creating a vertical scrollable region in Silverlight

Posted On Tuesday, March 31, 2009 10:58 PM

Implementing a News Aggregator in Silverlight and VB.Net #2 Accessing our database from VB.Net
In the years since the .Net runtime was first released I've seen a number of ways of accessing a SQL database from within VB.Net (or C#). One person I worked with had a nifty utility which would take any database and generate all the code to access it. It has been on my list of jobs to do to implement my own such tool but like other jobs, such as winning the National Lottery or winning a high stakes poker game I have never got around to it. OK the poker game is something my wife will have to do - ......

Posted On Thursday, September 4, 2008 10:57 PM

Implementing a News Aggregator in Silverlight and VB.Net #1 - Creating SQL Database to store the news details
For one of my projects I need to have Business News headlines displayed on the front page, to give me greater control as to which headlines and from which feeds I use I'm going to have the aggregator call each feed and store the article details in a SQL database. Schemas I'm going to use schemas in designing my database. The use of these changed in SQL 2005 so that each one is a distinct namespace, independent of the user who created it. This will allow me to group related tables together, but it ......

Posted On Wednesday, September 3, 2008 10:48 PM

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