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Recording of webinar 'Querying & Updating Data From Silverlight Clients with WCF RIA Services' by Brian Noyes

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4 comments   /  Video with Brian Noyes   /  63 minutes  /  Feb 03, 2011
Tags:   webinar , wcf-ria-services , getting-started , domainservice , brian-noyes
Categories:   Data Access , Line-of-Business
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Watch a recording of Brian's webinar 'Querying and Updating Data From Silverlight Clients with WCF RIA Services' delivered on February 2nd, 2011.

Download the slides used during the webinar | Download the demos | Download the Q&A document

Brian covered the following topics: 

  • WCF RIA Services Overview
  • Defining a Domain Service
  • Querying the Domain Service with a DomainDataSource
  • Querying the Domain Service from Code
  • Async Calling Patterns of WCF RIA Services
  • Updating Entities with WCF RIA Services 

Watch recording of Brian's second webinar from this series - 'WCF RIA Services Validation'!

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Brian Noyes

Brian Noyes


Brian Noyes is Chief Architect of IDesign, a Microsoft Regional Director, and Connected System MVP. He is a frequent top rated speaker at conferences worldwide including Microsoft TechEd, DevConnections, DevTeach, and others. He is the author of Developing Applications with Windows Workflow Foundation, Smart Client Deployment with ClickOnce, and Data Binding in Windows Forms 2.0. Brian got started programming as a hobby while flying F-14 Tomcats in the U.S. Navy, later turning his passion for code into his current career. You can contact Brian through his blog at http://briannoyes.net/ or on twitter @briannoyes.



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    RE: Recording of webinar 'Querying & Updating Data From Silverlight Clients with WCF RIA Services' by Brian Noyes


    posted by Cleyton on Feb 04, 2011 02:12

    Hi Brian,

    Your first webcast was brillant. Thanks very much for that.

    I am also starting to read your 10 articles on Silverlight and RIA Services.

    One thing that I cannot figure out is how to build a Silverlight + RIA Services + PRISM app. I would like to build a composite application using PRISM but I also would like to take advantage of RIA services features like proxy generation (client context), DomainService, etc..

    To learn Prism I used a VS 2010 template provided by David Hill (Microsoft). It starts with a simple application with only two modules. However, the data is hard coded (DataItem, DataItems classes).
     
    1 - I was wondering if you could show us how to use RIA Services instead of using the hard code data?

    2 - Could you also please show us how to work with many to many relations with RIA  Services and EF?
     
    Cheers

    Cleyton

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    RE: Recording of webinar 'Querying & Updating Data From Silverlight Clients with WCF RIA Services' by Brian Noyes


    posted by Waleed on Feb 04, 2011 14:47

    Same intrest here !!

    Great webcast by the way

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    RE: Recording of webinar 'Querying & Updating Data From Silverlight Clients with WCF RIA Services' by Brian Noyes


    posted by James on Feb 10, 2011 18:30

    Great webcast. I was stuck not knowing how to databind using a database, but now I understand how to do it.

    Thanks, and I'm looking forward to the next one.

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    RE: Recording of webinar 'Querying & Updating Data From Silverlight Clients with WCF RIA Services' by Brian Noyes


    posted by Brian Noyes on Feb 11, 2011 16:50

    Cleyton: See the response I posted to the same question in Part 10 of my article series:

    http://www.silverlightshow.net/items/WCF-RIA-Services-Part-10-Exposing-Domain-Services-To-Other-Clients.aspx

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