With this post I will show you how to consume
Visual Studio 2012 LightSwitch OData services
to enable server sorting, filtering, paging, etc. for your custom LightSwitch component.
With this post I would like to show you how you can customize easily paging behavior in
Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 LightSwitch
Telerik RadDataPager for Silverlight
In the early days of Silverlight binding support for advanced dynamic scenarios was very limited (remember my DataTable?). Since then, however, the platform has evolved greatly – so did our tools!
Dynamic code 2009 style:
Dynamic code 2011 style:
Now to bind RadGridView to some dynamic data you just need ObservableCollection<dynamic>:
RadGridView will auto-generate columns automatically using your DynamicObject GetDynamicMemberNames() implementation and will call your TryGetMember/TrySetMember (TryGetIndex/TrySetIndex in case of indexer binding) methods when needed.
To illustrate this I’ve made small example project (similar to this blog post) demonstrating...
Last week (MIX 2011), Microsoft released the second Visual Studio Async CTP and I’ve decided to give it a try and implement one of my blog posts related to our Silverlight Data Virtualization with WCF RIA Services. To do this I’ve made two extension methods for DomainContext: LoadAsync<T>() and CountAsync<T>().
The first method will return the entities from a EntityQuery<T> and the second will return asynchronously count for the specified query.
And here is the result:
As you can see the only hardcoded value here is LoadSize for the virtual collection and everything else is retrieved and applied asynchronously using...
Similar to my previous post, I've made small example to illustrate how to use Telerik Reporting in Microsoft LightSwitch Beta 2.
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