Brad Abrams put together a list of posts covering the usage of RIA Services with Silverlight 3, ASP.NET Dynamic Data and ASP.NET Web Forms. In addition to those posts, Guy Bernstein posted three more:
A new improved API has been published for Virtual Earth.
Oren continues his excellent series on NHibernate with concurrency.
Imar Spaanjaars writes about security in a n-layered ASP.NET 3.5 application.
Simone Ince delves into the details of applications’ performance, stability and scalability.
Tess Ferrandez writes about MAC validation failed in .NET 3.5 SP1.
The Web Developer Tips team writes the 52nd tip about setting the debug attribute of the compilation node to false in production environments.
Alex James continues the great series of tips presenting the inheritance strategies.
Rob Bagby continues his tutorial on writing an Azure application writing about accessing the Azure table storage.
Bertrand Le Roy shows how we can reset the CSS for a predefined region in our page.
Kazi Manzur Rashid builds a nice ActionResult for degradable AJAX applications.
You might want to take a look at Sidar Ok’s 10 tips to improve your LINQ to SQL applications.
Scott Mitchell continues the series of articles on LINQ with a new one on using the query syntax.
ASP.NET AJAX 4.0
Politian has started an interesting series of posts on ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 and ADO.NET Data Services:
- Accessing an ADO.NET Data Service with ASP.NET AJAX (Part 1)
- Accessing an ADO.NET Data Service with ASP.NET AJAX (Part 2)
- Implementing paging in ADO.NET Data Services application
- Adding a Popup Details View
- Implementing Updates
- Implementing Inserts
- Implementing Delete
- Handling relationships (Part 1) – Reading and updating
- Handling relationships (Part 2) – Inserting and deleting
Managed Extensibility Framework
Nicholas Blumhardt shows how we can integrate the latest MEF in an IoC Container.
Rick Strahl builds a nice JQuery plugin for closable modal windows.
Team Foundation Server
Oleg Sych writes an excellent guide on how we can apply hot fixes to production without additional branches.
Simon Segal shows how we can implement a functional programming concept like currying to event handlers in C#.