Tag Archives: Data

iPhone to WP7 – Diving Deeper

Go to First Tutorial In this tutorial, we’ll expand upon the work done in the previous tutorial and we’ll look more closely at a few key issues. MVVM As an iPhone Developer your thinking is adapted to and influenced by … Continue reading

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Data Validation And Templating in Silverlight 4

This is the fifth in a series on Templates and DataValidation. [ First In Series Previous In Series ] In this and the next posting I will create an application that will demonstrate how to modify the Visual State for … Continue reading

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New Video: Master/Detail in WinPhone 7 with oData

The companion video to my mini-tutorial on  Windows Phone 7 Animation, Master/Detail and accessing an oData web service, is now available.   

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WCF Ria Services For Real

In my previous post I discussed creating the database and tables for the Silverlight HVP configuration data.  All that was great, and worked just dandy until it was time to get the data from the database server to the application … Continue reading

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Configuration Files for Silverlight HVP

This mini-tutorial is part of the Silverlight HyperVideo Project documentation. Taking Risks One of the great pleasures, and total terrors of documenting this open-source application is that occasionally I have to offer up some half-baked ideas that risk displaying how … Continue reading

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Project Turing: Beginning RIA Services

Reposted with VB.Net code From Database to DataGrid The next step in Project Turing is to create a first iteration of the Silverlight application that will retrieve data from our database.  Using our technology of choice: the Data Entity Framework … Continue reading

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RIA: Data Source Control

Turing Project Page: [Novice: 11 | Advanced: 8 ] FAQ | Table of Contents | Definitions What is this and where do I start? Part 3 of 3 This is the last of a three part sub-series on using Entity … Continue reading

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Project Turing: Multiple Tables & RIA Services

Turing Project Page: [Novice: 10 | Advanced: 7 ] FAQ | Table of Contents | Definitions What is this and where do I start? In the previous listing in the Project Turing series, I examined extracting data from a single … Continue reading

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Linq For Silverlight Developers

     Turing Project Page: [Novice: 7]    FAQ    Table of Contents   What is this and where do I start? Special Note: This posting introduces a new element in the series: definitions for terms that may not be familiar. Clicking … Continue reading

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From DB to DataGrid – So Many Choices!

 Turing Project Page: [Novice: 6, Advanced: 4]    FAQ    Table of Contents   What is this and where do I start? In the previous entry, we created the design for the database. Over the next few postings, we’ll be working with … Continue reading

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DataBase Design & Creation

(click on the image to see other Mini-tutorials) [Novice: Page 5, Advanced: Page 3]  FAQ  Table of Contents         This project will explore, among other things, getting data into and out of a SQL Database. In fact, … Continue reading

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Project Turing – Data Entry (a mini-tutorial)

(click on the image to see other Mini-tutorials)      Turing Entry: [Novice: 3]      FAQ     Table of Contents     The Turing Project design calls for a four component system: Data Entry Data Storage Data Service Data Display Eventually Data … Continue reading

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