February 2007 - Posts

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WPF/E and ASP.NET AJAX AlbumViewer Application Now Live (Updated) by dwahlin

-- 2/25/2007: Added user driven carousel movement to the albums -- Back in December I released a sample application that demonstrated how WPF/E and ASP.NET AJAX could be integrated to view albums returned from an Amazon.com Web Service in a simulated...
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Passing an Array of Values to a Stored Procedure in SQL Server 2005 by dwahlin

I've always dreaded handling the situation where I need to pass an array of values to a stored procedure. Yeah...there are several ways to do it, but none of them are really pleasant IMHO. I came across the following post by Jon Galloway that puts...
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Live Search for Windows Mobile Released by dwahlin

Microsoft recently released the final build of their awesome Live Search for Windows Mobile application. It's probably the coolest and most useful application I have on my Mobile 5 phone since it does the following types of things: 1. Displays maps...
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Free ASP.NET 2.0 Webcasts and Labs by dwahlin

Microsoft recently announced several different free Webcasts and virtual labs for those interested in learning to develop ASP.NET 2.0 applications. Available tracks include ASP.NET 2.0 for existing ASP.NET developers, ASP.NET 2.0 for PHP developers, ASP...
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WPF/E Now Includes a Downloader Feature by dwahlin

WPF/E is getting better and better as new CTP releases come out. The February CTP includes several nice additions including a new downloader that allows resources used by a WPF/E application to be downloaded dynamically. As the resources are downloaded...
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Video: Creating an N-Layer ASP.NET Application (Updated) by dwahlin

In this video tutorial I walk through the fundamentals of creating an N-Layer ASP.NET application. What's "N-Layer" you ask? N-Layer can be interpreted many different ways, but I generally use the term to mean separating presentation, business...
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Video: Creating a Web Service with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) by dwahlin

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) provides a robust framework that allows Web Services and .NET Remoting applications to be built and consumed using a consistent object model. In this video tutorial I walk through the fundamentals of creating a WCF...
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ASP.NET Connections Conference Coming in March by dwahlin

I'm going to be speaking at the ASP.NET Connections conference March 25-28 in Orlando, FL which is one of the best conferences I get to attend so I'm always excited about it. If you've never been, it's a conference that will give you a...
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