If you haven't heard about it, DinnerNow is a demo app that shows off... well, just about everything.
WPF, WCF, Powershell, and more.
If you like what you see here, head out to the DinnerNow site for links to the application and the source.
Fun group of people. Jason Olson was there, too -…
Do you have a Facebook account and want to do more with it? Start creating cool, fun Windows applications and Web sites with the Facebook Developer Toolkit. This toolkit offers you a huge amount of easy-to-use components and controls, plus ready-to-run samples
and detailed documentation to…
You probably haven't heard of it, but you're also probably going to start hearing a
lot about it in the near future.
Popfly is being announced today - as I'm posting this, actually.
To keep it short and simple so you can get right to watching the video, Popfly makes it easy for non-devs to…
This screencast demonstrates how a distributed application can be built with an ASP.NET middleware, and a Web services back end. The middleware consumes the Web service and uses it and a XAML template to generate a Silverlight front end, delivering a stock
quote. The front end combines with…
Meet Nigel Pepper and Robbie Clutton, software engineers working for British Telecom. They and team have built an excellent .NET SDK for mobile development (Conference call, SMS, Etc..). They provide a number of services that you can use in your mobile applications
to help you innovate.
It's all about you. Learn how to call the Windows Live Search service to create a vanity page that displays images, news articles, and websites about you.
Less than 1 hour
Software: Visual Web Developer 2005…
This application transfers the contents of a machine's clipboard to another machine through the user of ASP .NET Web Services.
Software: Visual Basic or Visual C# Express Editions
In this installment of "Some Assembly Required" column, Scott Hanselman borrows Travis Illig's CueCat BarCode scanner and creates a plugin for Windows Live Writer than lets him blog more easily about books he's reading. We
decode the bar code info, change UPCs into ISBNs, call…
See how to take an existing ASP.NET application (a T-shirt store) and add AJAX functionality. The T-shirts themselves have painfully bad puns on them (the kind I love), all written by yours truly.
See http://smarx.com/posts/bad-ajax-jokes-good-ajax-sample.aspx for the running sample and to…
This was the first time I had ever met
Scott Guthrie in person.
Like many devs working with MS dev tools, I was quite familiar with the guy - just about everything he says is useful. I used to code by his posts, articles, and interviews.
Meeting him was weird.
For one thing, he's way…