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RIA – Should a service return the IQueryable<T>? by Fredrik N

Note: The examples in this blog post uses WCF RIA Services PDC Beta, and changes can be made in the future to the framework. In several of my blog posts about WCF RIA Services I have used the Repository pattern to return an IEnumerable<T>, for example...
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Is WCF RIA Services ready for the Enterprise? by Fredrik N

Today Microsoft released the WCF RIA Services Beta, it’s now on top of WCF and by default uses binary data end points and data contract serialization. By using binary data end points we will get better performance and make the data sent over the wire...
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Distributing domain entities over the wire by Fredrik N

When we design our domain entities we don’t have a presentation layer or database in mind. The domain entities are core business objects located on the server or client side based of what kind of application we are building. Domain entities aren’t designed...
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.NET RIA Services Exception handling by Fredrik N

Note: This post is based on the July preview of the .NET RIA Services, so changes may happen in a future release of the framework At the moment I’m updating a code example for my Silverlight 3.0 course and have added some exception handling to the code...

How SubmitChanges works in .NET RIA Servies by Fredrik N

Now I’m back from my 4 week long vacation. I have spend a lot of time with my new apartment, took about 2 month to get most of it ready, I still have a lot of things to do, but all the painting and stuff are done :) I got a question on my e-mail regarding...

Will .NET RIA Services be the Silver Bullet! by Fredrik N

I have spend some time on the Silverligth.net forum and in the .NET RIA Services thread.. and just created a replay on a post about RIA Architecture and design.. I have some concerns regarding to how developers are using .NET RIA Services etc.. maybe...
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RIA Architecture with Silverlight in mind by Fredrik N

Rich Internet Application (RIA) is an interesting topic. More and more business apps are moving into to the cloud, and more and more will have better User Experience (Ux). According to Gartner Research, nearly 60 percent of all new application development...

A different view of the .Net RIA Services by Fredrik N

Some of you have probably heard about the Microsoft .Net RIA Services, if not you can find some info here . In this post I will show you a different view of the .Net RIA Services, how it can be used to create a RESTfull Service, or at least try ;) REST...
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