Link Round up on .NET RIA Services (March 3rd)


A few interesting post on .NET RIA Services…


What is .NET RIA Services and why should you care?



Kevin has a great post here that does a good job of telling people what is interesting about .NET RIA Services with out the marketing spin 😉


A Domain-Driven, DB4O Silverlight-3 RIA



Great post on doing Domain Driven Rich Internet Application using Silverlight 3, RIA Services and DB4O


Getting Started with .Net RIA Services and .Net RIA Service – Hello World and .Net RIA Services Metadata Programming Model



Great step by step posts to get started with .NET RIA Services..


Microsoft .NET RIA Services Preview


RIA.NET, ADO.NET Data Services… NHibernate?



Some good questions and a few answers on .NET RIA Services…


.NET RIA Services – Implementing Custom Interfaces



Ahh.. the little tips are starting to emerge! 


Episode 40: Shawn Wildermuth on Silverlight 3 and RIA Services


Shawn makes some good points about .NET RIA Services in this podcast… the best one is that we’d love your feedback. Please get in early and tell us what you think!

I am sure I missed some, please send me mail and let me know about it!

Comments (14)

  1. What's New says:

    A few interesting post on .NET RIA Services…     What is .NET RIA Services and why should you

  2. In this Issue: Giovanni Montrone , Rishi ( 2 , 3 ), Jeff Wilcox , Christian Schormann , Fredrik Normén

  3. Jason Haley says:

    Interesting Finds: April 4, 2009

  4. shaggygi says:

    When will RIA Services be able to work with WPF?  Is there a walkthrough with WPF?  Can you use other other WPF projects outside of solution your RIA Service is?  Meaning, could you use Add Service Reference… and find similar to WCF Service?  Does it look like V1 will be released by SL3 RTW?  Thanks.

  5. shaggygi says:

    Can you open and edit the DomainService Window for data source after it has been created?  Meaning,  first time added # of Tables but now want to remove a certain Table ( or change the Edit Checkbox ).  If so, how?

    What if you have multiple databases with same name Tables ( e.g. FirstName in both )?  How do you get it is separate the two by adding namespaces?  I get a conflict in the .g file?

    Thanks again.

  6. I created a post how you can customize the code proxy code generation in .NET RIA Services

    http://www.delarou.net/weblog/PermaLink,guid,7666c63b-5931-43e9-9f5f-330beb298377.aspx

  7. BradA says:

    >> Can you open and edit the DomainService Window for data source after it has been created

    Shaggygi,

      Not in the current version of the wizard… we are looking into ways we can improve it, so this is good (and timely) feedback.

  8. BradA says:

    >>  When will RIA Services be able to work with WPF?  

    Yes, WPF in on our roadmap, but we don’t have anything released on this front yet..  

    >> Meaning, could you use Add Service Reference… and find similar to WCF Service?  

    Yes, you should be able to do this before our V1..  the proxy will not be as rich as the one we have in the same applications, but you will have fully access to the service.

    >> When is V1?

    Post SL3 RTM.. we are still in the process of gathering feedback and working out a detailed schedule.  We will very likely have a go-live when SL3 RTMs however.

  9. mliebster says:

    Brad – Thanks for the links.

    Are there any plans to allow the Entity, Domain and meta to be in a separate project? We have 3 projects in mind for this and we don’t want to rewrite the logic each time.

    Thanks again!

  10. Hi mliebster,

    Today we do support having the Entity and Domain Service in seperate projects. However the metadata files (being a partial class) has to be the same project as your entities.

    Our team is currently working on guidance around an external metadata provider and we should be able to share that soon. The way it works is you attribute your DomainService with [MetadataProvider(typeof(XmlMetadataProvider))], and our framework will pull metadata from external xml files (or files embedded as resources). Since this doesn’t require partial buddy classes, it will work even if your entities are defined in an external assembly that you can’t modify.

    Brad will blog about it once its ready so please keep following his blog.

    Thx for your patience and feel free to mail me directly through my blog if you have more questions.

    Saurabh

  11. Michael says:

    This sounds great.  Thanks for the links!

  12. I have previously written about the UNPLUGGED road trip that Mike , Nathan and I have been on. I also

  13. jared davies says:

    Shawn Wildermuth mentioned that "RIA Services is not a deliverable".  What do that mean?  Does it mean the future is uncertain for RIA Services, it may be dropped at a latter date?

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