יום שבת, מרץ 7, 2009
Building an Occasionally Connected ADO.Net Data Service with “Astoria Offline” Preview This is a step by step walkthrough of creating a new ADO.Net Data Service that support offline and synchronization with the recently released “Astoria Offline” alpha preview. 1. Create an ADO.Net Data Service that Allows Synchronization Create a new standard Web Application project. Add a new Entity Data Model. This time, make sure you select the ADO.Net Data Model template. Also notice that the extension of the file is now .edmxpreview instead of .edmx. Continue with the wizard...
ADO.Net Data Services Offline (“Astoria” Offline) – Alpha Preview While only a week ago, the Astoria team has announced ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP1. Today, an alpha preview of Astoria Offline just became available. ADO.NET Data Services v1.5 CTP1 is a tech preview of the next release of ADO.NET Data Services. It will initially target the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 and Silverlight 2 platforms in a future version support the .NET Framework 4.0 platform. “Astoria Offline” enables developers to add data-synchronization behavior between a client application and an ADO.NET Data Service,...
יום רביעי, נובמבר 5, 2008
Download PDC 2008 Sessions and Watch Offline
personally prefer watching sessions regardless of my Internet connection status, so I decided to download PDC08 sessions and watch offline.
I collected the list of available sessions from PDC 08, and they are easy to download. I personally use Free Download Manager for simultaneous efficient downloads - you can try it yourself. Just select all the text in this post, right click and select “Download Selected with Free Download Manager”.
For a full list of downloads and links, you can download this excel file that contains all the information.
KYN01 - Day 1 Morning Keynote Ray...
יום שני, מאי 12, 2008
Visual Studio 2008 SP1: Sync Services for ADO.Net with SQL Server 2008 Change Tracking
One of the main pillars of Visual Studio 2008 and .Net Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 if the better integration with SQL Server 2008. Service Pack 1 now uses the Change Tracking capabilities of SQL Server 2008 in order to identify the incremental changes.
During the process of writing this post, I am building a simple application with both Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2008 + SP1 in order to spot the changes in Sync Services for ADO.Net in SP1.
The first thing you notice when you...