Infragistics provides a toolkit for creating data-driven applications using client-side code that accesses a variety of data sources, both in the page and back on the client.
Keith Ward discusses his new position, and has questions for Microsoft's upcoming BUILD conference.
Aspect Oriented Programming is great for handling cross-cutting concerns such as logging, security, and threading.
Papa shows how to build a simple button using Expression Blend.
The makeup of teams working on Windows 8 provides some clues to the OS's functions.
Securing Rich Internet Applications requires an understanding of their vulnerabilities.
- By Itzik Spitzen
Not all business operations finish in seconds. Using Windows Communication Foundation you can still create -- as a single project -- an application that supports business services that take hours (or days or weeks or months) to complete.
Patrick Steele responds to questions about Lambda properties, interface-based code, and unsubscribing from events, among others.
- By Patrick Steele
Before you dismiss HTML5 as not ready for prime time or too lightweight for real developers, consider these five reasons that you should get excited about it.
- By Robby Ingebretsen
Windows Communication Foundation has steadily evolved to better support SOA and Web services. Here's how to get the most out of your WCF-based services architecture.
The emerging HTML 5 specification provides for structured documents that can support rich hierarchies and enable deep interoperability.
- By Mark Michaelis
ComponentOne delivers a solid set of business-related controls with all the functionality developers need, but the reporting tools make this suite unique.
Peter Vogel wraps up his review of the jQuery extensions by waxing philosophical about what those extensions mean to the kind of tools that developers should expect.
Peter Vogel implements deletes for rows in a template by adding event handlers to the template. He also looks at a feature of the tmpl plugin that he wasn't able to shoehorn into his sample project. (Part 3 of 4)
Peter extends his AJAX page with jQuery's new data linking technology. This supports letting the user make changes on the client that are passed back to a Web service that updates the database on the server.