Thanks for sharing my tutorials! I've published the third part here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/davrous/archive/2013/06/17/tutorial-part-3-learning-how-to-write-a-3d-soft-engine-in-c-ts-or-js-loading-meshes-exported-from-blender.aspx. It shows how to export meshes from Blender in JSON and how to load them in our little 3D soft engine. I'm having a lot of fun writing them, so I'm pleased to see that it could help some developer to discover this wonderful world.
I've written an article on my blog providing links & articles associated to this session: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/davrous/archive/2012/11/03/demos-links-amp-articles-associated-to-htm5-amp-css3-latest-features-in-action-build-3-114.aspx
Thanks for sharing!
Dec 22, 2010 at 2:10 AM
As this is a frequent topic during my customers’ meetings, I’ve used your excellent webcast: “Silverlight TV 26: Exposing SOAP, OData, and JSON Endpoints for RIA Services” as a base to write a series of articles on my blog. The first 4 articles are online :
1 – Review of the initial application: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/davrous/archive/2010/11/10/how-to-open-a-wcf-ria-services-application-to-other-type-of-clients-review-of-the-initial-application-1-5.aspx
2 – How to expose the service as an OData stream consumed by Excel and from a web application built with WebMatrix
3 – How to expose the service as a “standard” WCF Service used from a WPF application and a Windows Phone 7 application
4 – How to expose the service as a JSON stream to be used by a HTML5/jQuery web application
5 – Step by step procedure to publish this WCF RIA Services application to Windows Azure & SQL Azure
And I’ll try to write the last one before going on vacation. I’ve got the same articles in French also.
The main Silverlight application is hosted in Azure here: http://bookclub.cloudapp.net and I’ve just slightly modified the original application to add a viewbox control and some webcam logic while you create a new user.
The second article uses WebMatrix and its OData helper to connect to the OData feed of WCF RIA Services. I’ve tried also to explain the differences with the OData feed available with WCF Data Services.
The third article shows simple WPF & Windows Phone 7 clients connected to the SOAP endpoint and handling the authentication cookie.
The fourth article shows an HTML5/jQuery application displaying the books in a fun way using the Galleriffic jQuery plug-in, some CSS3 and an animation based on <canvas>.You can test it here in IE9 (or Chrome/FF/Opera/Safari) : http://bookclub.cloudapp.net/WCFRIA_jQueryHTML5.html . I’m also talking about the way to add/delete items with the JSON endpoint.