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Using the WCF Web API in an ASP.NET MVC application
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API   In my previous blog post I showed how to add to and use the new WCF Web API a console application using NuGet. Now that works but it is far more likely that you will want to...

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Adding the WCF Web API to a project
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API   In my previous blog post I showed how to get started with the new WCF Web API but one thing I skipped is how to install and add it to your project first. So in post I am going...

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Getting started with the WCF Web API
Warning: This post is based on a prerelease version of the WCF Web API   When designing services the REST style is becoming more and more popular. Not that REST is anything new, it has been around for some time. The fact that WCF supports REST services...

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Keyboard and the Windows Phone 7 emulator
By default the WP7 emulator will not react to you typing on the keyboard, instead you have to use the mouse to press keys on the software keyboard that pops up. There is however a hidden feature that will let you use your hardware keyboard, just press...

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Workflow 4 and Visual Basic expressions Survey
The topic of Visual Basic expression in Windows Workflow Foundation 4 seems to be a bit of an item for some people as you can see in the comments to my blog posts about it here . Now personally I don’t think it is such a big deal as it only concerns the...

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Online presentation: Meet the New Workflow WF4
Tomorrow I will be doing an online presentation about Windows Workflow Foundation 4. The meeting lasts 1 hour and starts at 4PM European time, 3PM UTC or 7AM PST. The goal is to provide an overview of WF4 and how to get started with it in Visual Studio...

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WF4&WCF and message correlation
Note: This blog post is written using the .NET framework 4.0 Beta 2 In the previous blog posts, here , here and here , I demonstrated how to  use WCF from WF4. This same some more about sending multiple messages to the same workflow, AKA Workflow...

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Sending your own objects to a WF4 workflow
In the previous two blog posts ( here and here ) I showed how to create and expose a Windows Workflow Foundation 4 workflow via WCF and have both a workflow and a regular C# client work with it. But the parameter and return value where real simple with...

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Combined DevelopMentor instructors blog feed.
Michael Kennedy , one of the co instructors from DevelopMentor , has created a combined feed from all the blogs of the various DevelopMentor. An awesome group of people with a lot of knowledge to share. Highly recommended in you RSS reader. http://feeds...

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Using ASP.NET MVC
Recently I started using ASP.NET MVC for a real project. SO far I had been reluctant to use ASP.NET MVC as it meant giving up on the post back model that so many of the available ASP.NET controls depend on. Yet a lot of people I know and respect where...

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Error Logging Modules and Handlers for ASP.NET (MVC)
I am working on a new ASP.NET MVC app and like so many other applications out there I need to log any errors should they occur. recently I heard about ELMAH Error Logging Modules and Handlers for ASP.NET through this blog post of Scott Hanselman. So as...

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What does Windows Workflow Foundation 4 mean for existing workflow developers?
  The question of what Windows Workflow Foundation version 4 means for developers currently developing using WF recently came up. As I mentioned before WF 4 is a complete rewrite and doesn’t use any of the existing WF 3 classes. The design of WF...

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Getting started with the .NET RIA Services
A recent article I wrote for the MSDN website just went live. Read is here .

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Passing data into a Windows Workflow Foundation 4 workflow
Passing parameters into a workflow is similar in WF4 as it was in WF3. In both case a Dictionary<string, object> is passed in when creating the workflow instance object. Alternatively when using the WF4 WorkflowInvoker you can pass it into the Invoke...

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The new Windows Workflow Foundation 4 runtime
With WF3 there was a central workflow runtime environment called the WorkflowRuntime and used to manage the lifetime of workflow instances. In WF4 this central class no longer exists and we manage individual workflows. To compare the two, this is what...

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Getting started with Windows Workflow Foundation 4
As you may have heard Windows Workflow Foundation 4 is not an upgrade from Windows Workflow Foundation 3 (or 3.5). The version numbers might suggest that the previous version was quite mature but in fact it refers to the version of the .NET framework...

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Paging with the Silverlight RIA services DomainDataSource
Using the declarative DomainDataSource that is part of the upcoming Silverlight 3 RIA services makes it quite easy to work with data. All you need to do is add a DomainDataSource control to the the XAML, point it to the generated DomainContext class ...

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Using Model – View – ViewModel with Silverlight
The View – Model – ViewModel design pattern, also known as MVVM, is getting more popular these days. I have found it extremely easy to use when developing very different applications and have used the design pattern recently in both ASP.NET, WPF and Silverlight...

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Want to download all MIX sessions?
Then you should check Mike Swanson’s blog post here . He has two batch files, the first downloads all MIX session recordings with in the format you like, the second renames them so it is easier to make sense of all the media file names. If you just want...

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Visual Basic QuickStarts and How-to Topics for the Composite Application Guidance for WPF and Silverlight
The P&P team have just release a VB version of the Prism quick starts. You can download the goods here . Enjoy!

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