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Data-Driven Services with Silverlight 2 [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

John Papa
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30. Januar 2009
This comprehensive book teaches you how to build data-rich business applications with Silverlight 2 that draw on multiple sources of data. Packed with reusable examples, Data-Driven Services with Silverlight 2 covers all of the data access and web service tools you need, including data binding, the LINQ data querying component, RESTful and SOAP web service support, cross-domain web service calls, and Microsoft's new ADO.NET Data Services and the ADO.NET Entity Framework. With this book, you will: * Know when and how to use LINQ to JSON, LINQ to XML, and LINQ to Objects * Learn how Silverlight 2 applications bind, pass, read, save, query, and present data * Discover how your application can call web services to work with SOAP, REST, RSS, AtomPub, POX and JSON * Design REST, ASMX, and WCF web services that communicate with Silverlight 2 * Harness RESTful web services such as Digg, Amazon, and Twitter * Retrieve and save data using the new Entity Framework and WCF * Work with RESTful ADO.NET Data Services and its Silverlight client library to move data between your Silverlight application and a database Data-Driven Services with Silverlight 2 offers many tips and tricks for building data-rich business applications, and covers the scenarios you're most likely to encounter. Complete examples in C# and VB can be downloaded from the book's companion website.

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  • Taschenbuch: 366 Seiten
  • Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 1 (30. Januar 2009)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0596523092
  • ISBN-13: 978-0596523091
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,7 x 1,9 x 23,4 cm
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There's tremendous interest in building applications with Silverlight 2, but very little material demonstrating how to build data-driven solutions with the platform. This comprehensive tutorial teaches developers how to build data-rich applications with Silverlight 2 that draw on multiple sources of data, including how to implement 'in-the-cloud' data access options.Packed with reusable examples, "Data Services with Silverlight 2" offers valuable information on data binding controls, the LINQ data querying component, RESTful and WCF interfaces, cross-domain data, as well as Microsoft's new ADO.NET Data Services and the ADO.NET Entity Framework.With this book, you will: learn how Silverlight 2 applications rely on data for binding, passing, reading, saving, querying, and presentation; discover how your application can call REST, web services, RSS, and HTTP services; design entities that can be passed to and from a Silverlight 2 application via WCF; apply data persistence techniques to Silverlight 2 applications; harness the power of RESTful web services such as Amazon and Twitter; learn how and when to use LINQ to SQL to query a data store; retrieve and save data, using the new Entity Framework and WCF; work with the RESTful ADO.

NET Data Services to move data between your application and a database; and, learn how to build RESTful services and communicate with them from Silverlight 2 And more.Written by data access expert and MSDN Magazine columnist John Papa, "Data Services with Silverlight 2" covers all of the Silverlight data access topics you need to know, including the real-world scenarios you're most likely to encounter. Examples will be available on the book's website.

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

John Papa is a Microsoft C# MVP, MCSD.NET, and INETA Speaker who has been working with Microsoft distributed architectures for over 10 years. He has enterprise experience architecting and developing with .NET technologies focusing on architecture, patterns and practices, data access and mobile development. John has authored or co-authored several books on data access technologies, is the author of the "Data Points" column in MSDN Magazine, has presented MSDN WebCasts and can often be found speaking at industry conferences such as DevConnections and VSLive. You can contact John at www.johnpapa.net.

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Endlich - ein Buch zu Silverlight mit Inhalt! Deutschsprachige Sekundärliteratur enthält die einhundertste Abhandlung über farbenfrohe, sich drehende Schaltflächen, zu wirklich substantiellen Themen der Webentwicklung mit Silverlight wie z.B. Datendienste oder Formularbehandlung etc. sieht es hier zappenduster aus! Was solls - man muß eben über den großen Teich schauen, dort wird man fündig! Das Buch ist sehr zu empfehlen, allerdings Anfängern sei gesagt: ohne Vorwissen sind die Themen schwere Kost. Alles in allem: Note 1+!!!
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Very well-written with easy to follow examples but lacks discussion of potential gotchas 25. Dezember 2008
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While many initial books on Silverlight tended to highlight the ease with which one can create great looking animations and user interfaces, this book is focused entirely on tools and techniques for building and debugging data-bound applications with Silverlight 2 as the client. The first four chapters discuss in great detail various data binding concepts and how Silverlight 2's offerings are more limited than those available with WPF. Chapters 5 and 6 are devoted to discussions of building and consuming ASMX and SOAP-based WCF services, cross-domain policies, and new data serialization features available in .Net 3.5 SP 1; one key learning from these chapters is that Silverlight 2 only supports basicHttpBinding for SOAP-based WCF Services. The next three chapters explain how REST-based Services differ from SOAP-based Services, how to build REST-based WCF Services, and how to consume such services as well as RESTful Services available from Digg, Amazon, and Twitter using the WebClient class (a scaled down version of the full .Net version) included in the Silverlight 2 plug-in. Those chapters demonstrate how to issue GET and POST RESTful requests but only briefly describe the availability of workarounds for issuing PUT and DELETE Restful requests with no further pointers or sample code. The same chapters include demonstrations of how to consume responses formatted in XML or JSON using LINQ to XML and LINQ to JSON, respectively. The next chapter provides information on how to interact with Syndication Feeds, and the last chapter is a lengthy excellent discussion of how to use ADO.Net Data Services. Appendix A provides a Quick Reference on ADO.Net Data Services and Appendix B discusses a few HTTP Sniffing Tools that can be used for debugging Silverlight 2 applications. All code samples are in C# and VB, and can be downloaded from silverlight-data.com. Overall, I thought the book is very well-written, the code samples are easy to follow, but almost all of them only deal with happy path scenarios, with very little discussion of potential gotchas and how to deal with such potential problems.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Best resource I've found so far 16. April 2009
Von Neil Kimber - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book comprehensivley covers all of the important topics required for constructing SilverLight apps that are interacting with different data sources through WCF or REST. It provides very detailed information on the different techniques available. It includes a great chapter on using ADO.Net Data Services, including how to use the Entity Framework. Most developers will pick one particular data integration architecture and stick with it, this book will certainly help architects to make the correct decision and answer their questions regarding the different alternatives. A valuable resource.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen excellent silverlight reference 13. April 2009
Von W. Simons - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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My favorite parts of this book include data binding and ado.net
data services. I did wish that john covered asp.net ajax a bit deeper
and went into sql custom domain modeling. John papa writes for msdn
magazine and his books and articles are a pleasure to read....
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Repetitive - where were the editors? 1. April 2009
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The book may be the best available at this time and I appreciate it exists already. But I could have waited another week or two to have it cleaned up. It looks like the author never took the time to plan where he would introduce concepts and hence ended up introducing them repeatedly. Or do authors get paid by the page? For instance, the concept that a DataContext for a control can be specified at every level in the control hierarchy above (and including) this control is mentioned SIX times (pages 27, 28, 36 (twice), 37, and 38). Explaining INotifyPropertyChanged and Binding Modes is important, but does it really need 21 pages to cover them? Do we really need an example with 10 properties (both in C# and VB) to get it? Couldn't the XAML (page 51) at least be clean? On page 101 he writes (no kidding!)

"This window will search for any service that exposes Web Services Description Language (WSDL), which makes it discoverable. Both WCF web services and ASMX web services support SOAP 1.1 and are discoverable, so you can find them through this window. You can add as a service reference from a Silverlight 2 application any SOAP service that is discoverable and supports the basic profile of SOAP 1.1. Discoverable services are those that support WSDL. These include both WCF services and ASMX services"

John Papa's articles in MSDN Magazine are of much higher quality.
So I definitely do not agree with others who claim this book is very well written. When I read the same thing over and over again I feel I am listening to a poorly prepared presentation, taking too much of my time. Hopefully next time the editors (are allowed to) play their role. The subject deserves it.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great Silverlight 2 Resource 24. Februar 2009
Von Brian Peek - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've just started to dig my way into Silverlight 2 and this book has been invaluable in getting me up to speed on the technology. If you don't know anything about WPF or XAML, you may want to get a primer book to accompany this, but once you're up to speed on the basics, this book will take you to the next step of getting your Silverlight applications talking to a variety of services in a variety of ways. For me, the chapters on using REST services and ADO.NET Data Services (Astoria) were invaluable in getting my application going. If you want to learn how to effectively use Silverlight in a data-based application, you'll definitely find some useful information here.
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