I’ve just begun implementing some web services with WCF and so I’m in the midst of learning the ins and outs of the API. First off, it’s phenominal as I’m sure you’ve heard if you already know if you’ve read about it before. What you might not know, if you haven’t played around with it […]
Guess we can look forward to the first service pack for VS 2005 in Sept. For details, check out this page over on MSDN.
Simply put, XBAP is the sandboxed, browser based application model for WPF. What’s that mean? Well head on over to Channel9 and watch this video to get all the nitty gritty details on the feature.
Someone posted a question in the WPF MSDN forums today where they wondered if it was “easy” to change the default stacking behavior of the TabControl to use the scrolling paradigm used in an application such IE7 or Visual Studio instead. It turns out this is actually very “easy” in that you don’t have to write a […]
Run, don’t walk, over to Channel9 and check out this awesome demonstration of all the capabilities of Visual Studio Team Edition for Database Professionals. Then click here to download the latest CTP which was released last week. While database projects weren’t amazing in VS2003, I was extremely frustrated that they absolutely crippled the feature in VS2005. […]
I noticed via a post on Rob Relyea’s blog that an interview, with Rob himself, was posted over on Channel9 last night. The interview is all about XAML and how it works its magic. Why XAML? Is it compiled? If so, how does it get compiled? WTH is BAML? How does the code-behind get wired together? […]
Yes, another Mac post. Is this nuts or what? 🙂 Anyway, I’ve been doing more work with Obj-C and the Cocoa APIs. Specifically I’ve been figuring out how to use NSAlert (the equivalent of MessageBox in WinForms) and also how to work with their networking APIs to do things like GET and POST. While these […]