Building an Ajax Client for ADO.NET Data Service

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Building an Ajax Client for ADO.NET Data Service The post is another post in the series of posts that I write in the ADO.NET data services subject. You can read the previous posts here. In the post I’m going to explain how to build an Ajax client for a data service. Revisiting Previous Posts Example In the example I’m going to use the same course data context that I used in...

ASP.NET Ajax Basics Session

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

ASP.NET Ajax Basics Session Yesterday’s evening I delivered a one hour session about ASP.NET Ajax basics in SRL office. The session included the following topics: Old fashion Ajax Introduction to ASP.NET Ajax Introduction to ASP.NET Ajax server controls Partial page rendering without UpdatePanel You can download the slide decks here.

ASP.NET Ajax PageMethods

Saturday, October 4, 2008

ASP.NET Ajax PageMethods Introduction During the making of a  ASP.NET Ajax lecture which I’m scheduled to do on this Monday, I made some code examples that include a PageMethods example. In this post I’ll explain what are PageMethods and how to use them in your ASP.NET application. What are PageMethods? ASP.NET Ajax extensions came with full support for script...

Why Data as a Service isn’t a Bad Idea

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Why Data as a Service isn't a Bad Idea Early this week I encountered the post "Why the Database as a Service is a Bad Idea" written by Arnon Rotem-Gal-Oz in DZone. The title caught my eye and I read  the post. I must say that there are a lot of things that I agree with the author and there are some things that I think should be considered again and will be explained in this post. Why Not to Use Database as a Service? As the author wrote the exposing of a database internals through a service is...

ADO.NET Data Services Introduction

Sunday, August 10, 2008

ADO.NET Data Services Introduction Introduction From the early ages of development, the separation of presentation and data was very necessary and was considered (and is considered) a good practice. As you all know, the current trend in the web development world is building Rich Internet Applications (RIA) and buzz words like Ajax and Silverlight are very popular today. The RIA technologies (Ajax, Silverlight and etc) are built on...