Pro ADO.NET Data Services: Working with RESTful Data / Edition 1

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Overview

Pro ADO.NET Data Services: Working with RESTful Data is aimed at developers interested in taking advantage of the REST–style data services that ADO.NET Data Services (formerly code–named Astoria) provides. The book shows how to incorporate ADO.NET Data Services into a wide range of common environments, including BizTalk, Ajax and Silverlight client applications. The material is intended for professional developers who are comfortable with the .NET 3.5 Framework but are coming to ADO.NET Data Services for the first time and want to understand how to integrate it into their own applications and enterprise solutions. The book is packed full with extensive real–world solutions and exercises, ensuring you walk away with a deep understanding of how to use ADO.NET Data Services to your best advantage.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781430216148
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 12/4/2008
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 336
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

John Shaw has worked in business processing and integration for over 10 years and has architected some of the largest Microsoft integration projects in the U.S., U.K., and Australia. His technical expertise includes implementing Microsoft BizTalk and messaging standards for a variety of clients in finance, supply chain, and other sectors. Most recently, he founded SphereGen, a niche company that provides a blended model of low-cost onshore and offshore solutions for its clients. Prior to that, John worked as the U.S. BizTalk Practice Lead for Conchango, where he obtained BizTalk Virtual Technical Specialist (VTS) status within Microsoft.

Simon Evans has worked for 10 years as a software developer and technical architect. He has architected enterprise-scale applications and services for household name clients. Simon is a managing consultant for Conchango in the U.K., part of EMC Consulting Services. He is an expert in .NET development, and more specifically in Windows Communication Foundation and ASP.NET, having participated in several Microsoft early adoption programs. Simon believes deeply that a broad understanding of key technology concepts is an essential foundation to being a gifted designer and builder of solutions.

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Table of Contents

Pt. 1 ADO.NET Data Service Fundamentals

Ch. 1 The Foundations of ADO.NET Data Services 3

Ch. 2 Addressing RESTful ADO.NET Data Services 25

Ch. 3 ADO.NET Data Services Development 71

Pt. 2 ADO.NET Data Services in the Real World

Ch. 4 Exposing Existing WCF SOAP Services and .NET APIs Through ADO.NET Data Services 121

Pt. 3 ADO.NET Data Services from the Outside

Ch. 5 ASP.NET and AJAX Solutions 155

Ch. 6 Mashing Up Data Services 195

Ch. 7 Silverlight 2.0 Solutions 235

Ch. 8 Using ADO.NET Data Services with BizTalk 257

Pt. 4 The Future of ADO.NET Data Services

Ch. 9 Conclusion 287

Index 305

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  • Posted April 27, 2009

    Very good Book

    It explains the whole process from begin to end of the Data Services.

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