ASP.NET Dynamic Data documentation is released!

Soma, senior VP of the Developer Division, just announced on his blog that the Service Pack 1 for VS 2008 and .NET FX 3.5 are released!

That means that Dynamic Data is released and the documentation for Dynamic Data (and for the entire SP1) is now published on MSDN!

This is how the Table of Contents for Dynamic Data looks like for this release:

We introduced some new cool features with this release for the ASP.NET documents.

  1. Video tutorials

  2. Runnable samples

The runnable samples are nothing new for the ASP.NET team, but this is the first time we are publishing them outside the ASP.NET site. Some topics that include runnable samples are the following:

Well, now you can tell us what you think of the documentation and the new features. The easiest way to do it is just to send your feedback through the rating system on the MSDN site (the stars on the right-upper corner of the topic).

Enjoy it!

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  2. Dan Meineck says:

    Dynamic Data is such an amazing technology piece in .NET 3.5 SP1. I’ve been using it with earnest on some R&D, implementing it meant I got to remove a huge boatload of boring data-wireup code.

    Keep up the great work.

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