SilverLight map can be embedded in a WebPage without any scripting or object tag in the form of a Map URL with optional parameters. Read more
This training kit is designed to help you learn how to utilize visual studio 2010 and framework technologies. it includes presentations, hands-on labs and demos of the following framework technologies
- C# 4
- ASP.Net 4
- Windows 7
- Entity Framework
- ADO.Net Data Services
- Managed Extensibility Framework
- Windows Communication Foundation
- Windows Workflow
- Windows Presentation Foundation
This kit works with Visual Studio 2010 and .Net Framework 4 only. It’ll walk you step by step through loads of content and is a great starter if you’re getting into what’s new in .NET 4.
You can download kit from here Visual Studio 2010 and .Net Framework 4 Training kit
SharePoint 2010 is currently available in 3 editions
- SharePoint Foundation 2010
- SharePoint Server 2010 Standard
- SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise
Today, I have migrated my blog to a new server running on .Net 4.0/ASP.Net 4.0 platforms. Now my blog supports Silverlight 4/RIA, MVC2, WCF, WPF, Microsoft Chart controls, Entity framework, Linq technologies. In the coming few days, I’ll try to post and host some examples in these technologies.
The first thing I have noticed is the response time. My blog is running under IIS 7.0 and the response time is far better than my old server. The good thing here is I can access IIS 7 through IIS manager remotely and a nice web control panel to manage .net applications including recycling pools.
Also, I have moved my DB from SQLServer 2005 to SQLite 3. SQLite(VistaDB, Compact SQL Server) is the best option for blogs and other small sites because nothing much can be stored only blog related posts and settings and is easier to maintain.