Windows Dev News for April 25, 2012 - #0072
In This Issue:
Above The Fold:
"A LightSwitch Netflix OData Mash-up"
Desert Mountain Developers
Visual Studio #LightSwitch Daily
A LightSwitch Netflix OData Mash-up
's latest LightSwitch post, he is consuming the Netflix OData service, and providing a way to add your own reviews to the movies
Windows 8 Quick Tip: Debugging Managed Code Referenced by HTML 5 Applications
found a setting that enables debugging managed code in HTML apps... quick post and a picture (of a thousand words)
Modernizing your HTML5 Canvas games Part 1: hardware scaling & CSS3
has part 1 of a 2 part series up about Modernizing your HTML games... this one is on hardware scaling and CSS3
Full screen Bing Maps with HTML5 Full screen API
has a post up combining Bing Maps and HTML5 in full screen .. note the full screen API support is only in Firefox 9+, Chrome 15+, and Safari
Simple Windows 8 Metro style ??Maps App??
posted some not-ready-for-marketplace Metro code that converses with Bing Maps... some good external links for more info and some open spaces to express yourself in
Working with SQL Server LocalDB in LightSwitch Projects in Visual Studio 11
discusses the SQL Server LocalDB in VS11 and working with it in LightSwitch
Part 83 - Windows Phone - Encrypt Decrypt
guides us through the use of DPAPI to encrypt and decrypt data in a WP7 app
has Day 1 post up in his 1 week series ... today creating some more screens and adding offline support.. all the code, good description and lots of external links
has a boat-load of good stuff on his blog, here's one from earlier this week on getting the value of a binding in code
ICommand issue in Windows 8: Correction!
stands corrected about the post he put out a few days ago about ICommands in Windows 8
How to Save Email Address in WP7 using the SaveEmailAddressTask
continues WP7 investigation with this post on saving an email address programmatically
Dynamic Search with LINQ, the Entity Framework and Silverlight
talks about a complex search solution he's working on with a client... resolved it with EF and LINQ
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