Tag Archives: WebSvc

AgOpenSource Project Turing

   Turing Entry: [Novice: 1]  [Advanced: 1]    FAQ     Table of Contents     I’m very pleased to announce the launch of a new AgOpenSource project, code named: project Turing. The Turing project will prototype a fully automated web service and … Continue reading

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A Twitter App I want

Whose tweets do the people whose tweets I value, value? That is, this application would help me find the people whose tweets I consistently value, and then find out whose tweets they consistently value, and it would do it in … Continue reading

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HyperVideo

  This posting will reintroduce the concept of Hyper-video, the subject of a series of forthcoming videos. The concept of HyperVideo is most easily explained by a series of examples. You are watching the news and the anchor person says … Continue reading

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Graphing – Silverlight Toolkit

Okay, thus begins random excursions into aspects of the Silverlight Toolkit, supplementing a more systematic set of videos…. The first thing you need to know about the Silverlight Toolkit is that there are two greatly under-utilized resources available: The Silverlight … Continue reading

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Silverlight and Data

    Tim and I and many others have been discussing, off and on, the frequent requests for videos/tutorials/demos, etc. that show how to move data into and out of databases and display them in Silverlight. On the one hand, my … Continue reading

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Data Binding – Data Conversion

  One of the more interesting topics that arise in Data-binding is that of Data Conversion. So much can be accomplished without explicit conversion that it is easy to overlook… until you hit the real world. To see this, I’ll … Continue reading

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Progressive Metal – And, oh yeah, Silverlight

Do you have fits of interest? I go through bursts of reading fiction and I’ll find myself reading everything I can get by suddenly favorite authors (lately it has been Ian McEwan, and  Cormac McCarthy) From time to time I … Continue reading

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LINQ To SQL

A number of folk have written to me in response to my 3rd tutorial asking that I spend some time focusing on how to obtain data from a SQL database. This is the topic for tutorial #4, to be released … Continue reading

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Share Everything…

Clearly one thing that social networking is about is exploring the limits on what you want to share and what other people might be interested in. There is, I'm sure, at least one sociology paper (and two reports to the … Continue reading

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Tip of the Day: How To Answer: Will This Work In Silverlight 2.0?

I'm beginning to receive a lot of email about what is coming in Silverlight 2.0. Today's was pretty typical, so I thought I'd post the questions and answers (without revealing anything specific about this writer's application), as  a guide to … Continue reading

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My Last Pre-Mix Web Cast: Feb 6: Dynamic S.L. 1.0 Apps w/ CreateFromXAML

I will be giving my last pre-mix Webcast on Feb 6 (did i hear cheering??) on Feb 6 on the topic: "Building a dynamic Silverlight Application using a web service, the downloader and CreateFromXAML" — you can read more about … Continue reading

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Hypervideo 2

We recently posted a video I’m very proud of: the second part of the series on HyperVideo. However, even though the landing page says “Presented by Jesse Liberty and Tim Heuer” you will note that in the video itself I … Continue reading

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