I know, I know, Everyone and their dog has one of these (Blog posts about IIS SMTP Setup). So of course I couldn't leave my fifi (my dog (virtual of course(made up for the story))) out.
So here is a question why would you want to add your Meta Tags via code? Kinda silly right? Cause if you were a great developer you probably have a whole list of meta tags you have created for your portfolio of web sites right?
If you don't know by now you can reset your web applications and or web sites with a simple change to the web.config. For example you can FTP(if remote or hosted) to your server and edit the web.config by adding a space or removing a space. Basically you want the application your using editing with think something has changed since you touched the document. Save the form after this has happened and IIS will recycle the application / web site.
This has been pooled together from a number of resources:
So I and my coworkers (Joe Levi and Angela Perry) were fast installing Commerce Server 2007 sp1(you know I shouldn't leave out the sp1. It gives it an edge.(besides that I could get sued!)) We arrived at the 8 minute mark of go ahead and create my database when this happened:
I love Yahoo for this and the YUI Install it on your blog today.
I being a very intelligent web developer (This is true). Decided it might be fun to delete the Default Web Site in IIS6.0 not thinking much of it. Of course it wouldn't have mattered at all, at least until I decided to install commerce server 2007 enterprise on the production server that I had deleted the Default Web Site.
I believe it was Joe Levi who was running into vista vs. Visual Studio 2005 memory issues while compiling our latest build of www.lifetime.com . We both run Vista as our development environment (We watched all the sessions at mix07 and vista looked like it worked fine with Visual Studio 2005 + 2 hours of patches). We did some MSDN surfing and found a way to clear the memory within Windows Vista ( basically it kills all idle running applications).
How to reverse a string demo. *you need to know this if you want a job at Microsoft.
Microsoft Data Platform
I have a ton of video from the keynote. However it is all grainy and well even Microsoft expressions is have a hard time with it. So I will try to get some better pictures. A couple of great apps that have been discovered:
I am a huge fan of Pablo Castro(the presenter).
Astoria has become ADO.NET Data Services Framework.
Data in the web:
- Ajax applications
- Silverlight applications
- Online Services
Restful Interface for Data:
- Just Http
- Data as resources, HTTP methods to act on it.
- Uniform URL syntax
- Every piece of info is addressable
- Multiple representation
- Use regular HTTP content-type negotiation
- Atom, JSON, Plain XML
Book: Restful Web Services
Drill down data using Astoria(http request or get)
Model and Operation Semantics
- Underlying data model
- Entity Data Model
- Entities -> Resources
- Associations -> Links
- Operation semantics
- Usual mapping of HTTP methods
- Get -> retrieve resource
- Post -> create resource
- Put -> update resource
- Delete -> delete resource
Addressing entities and sets
Single entity /Bookmarks(123)
Member access /Bookmarks(123)/Name
Link Traversal /Bookmarks(123)/Tags
Deep access /Bookmarks(123)/Tags/('abc')
Raw value access /Bookmarks(123)/Names/
Key words and syntax:
$value get rid of (goo) xml or data tags
$filter = Color eq Red Get color red by filter Dollar signs so you don't use names?
= or eq
$expand (=has to be a link)
Format your data just using a http strings
- Various data sources
- Entity Framework
- Linq providers
- Structural description in Entity Data Model
- Metadata shapes service
Create a linq provider use Astoria to turn it into service and you have http data access.
Set your rules in your class or web.config.
Refining and Securing Services
Read, Query, and Write options.
Execute before HTTP GET/PUT/POST/DELETE
- Service Operations
Custom entry points /MyTags?startDate='2002-28-08'
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Long name good times.
So I have extra batteries on hand. Ready for the love of Silverlight2. Getting Video and trying to encode as fast as I can for the streaming. Woooh! Mix08. See the twitter feed for instant updates. www.twitter.com/mikedopp.
Man my feet are killing me. Walked all over vegas(ok only about 3 blocks) gathering images for the silverlight contest that Wintellect threw for our first day here at mix08. Here is some of the killer stuff give at the event.