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Windows Phone 7 Data Access Strategies: Ebook


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Author: Andrea Boschin

Price: $0.99     Add to Cart

Formats: PDF, Word, EPUB, MOBI. All source code added to the downloadable package.
Number of pages: 29
Release date: September 2011

 

This e-book collects all 5 parts of SilverlightShow article series 'Windows Phone 7 Data Access Strategies' together with source code.

From the author: In these five chapters I've deeply explored the tools and the network connectivity scenarios about security and availability. Windows Phone is for sure an effective platform that provides a good environment to access resources with a wide set of tools and, as Microsoft usually does, it is also simple to use. There are only a bunch of things you have to take care of, and it is important that you make the right choices.
 

Contents:
 

Chapter 1: WebClient

Starting from the simplest
Handling Errors and Cancellation
Handling download progress
Advanced topics: Headers, Verbs, Credentials and Cookies
Conclusion

Chapter 2: HttpWebRequest

Errors handling and Aborting a call
Download and Upload progress
Again on Headers, Verbs, Credentials and Cookies
Making a choice

Chapter 3: Web Services

A, B, C...
Consuming the Web Service
Handling errors and call cancellation
Configure for Binary XML binding
Using Cookies and Credentials
A step forward

Chapter 4: Security

 Unsecure out-of-the-box
 Using SSL endpoints with WCF
 Authenticating the user
 Storing credentials
A side note

Chapter 5: Connection detection and bandwidth

 Being aware of the network
Plan for bandwidth
Implementing a simple watchdog
Conclusion


About the author:

Andrea BoschinAndrea Boschin is from Italy and currently lives and works in Treviso, a beautiful town near Venice. He started to work in the IT relatively late after doing some various jobs like graphic designer and school teacher. Finally he started to work into the web and learned by himself to program in VB and ASP and later in C# and ASP.NET. Since the start of his work, Andrea found he likes to learn new technologies and take them into the real world. This happened with ASP.NET, the source of his first two MVP awards, and recently with Silverlight, that he started to use from the v1.0 in some real projects.