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Introduction

I’m proud to announce my first eBook and update to my article series on OData for Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 is complete. I have worked very hard on this series and am pleased with the work. I may be a little biased, but I believe this is the best step-by-step guide ever created for OData and Silverlight/WP7 Mango. In the series, I walk you through every step with detailed screenshot and code snippets. From creating the OData data service to consuming it in an Silverlight application to performing CRUD operation in Windows Phone 7 Mango. The entire article series spans 63 pages and is divided into 4 chapters. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did writing it.

The Articles

All of the content of the e-Book is available free of charge to anyone who wants to learn. You can read any of the parts by clicking on the links below.

  1. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 1) – Creating our first OData Data Source and querying data through the web browser and LinqPad.
  2. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 2) – Consuming OData in a Silverlight Application.
  3. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 3)  – Consuming OData in a Windows Phone 7 Application (pre-Mango).
  4. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 4)  – Consuming OData in a Windows Phone 7 Application (Mango).

The e-Book:

This entire article series is available as an e-Book on SilverlightShow.net. It includes a .PDF/.DOC of the series with high resolution graphics and complete source code. See below for a table of contents:

Contents:

Chapter 1

Creating our first OData Data Source.
Getting Setup (you will need…)
Conclusion

Chapter 2

Adding on to our existing project.
Conclusion

Chapter 3

Testing the OData Data Service before getting started…
Downloading the tools…
Getting Started
Conclusion

Chapter 4

Testing and Modifying our existing OData Data Service
Reading Data from the Customers Table
Adding a record to the Customers Table
Update a record to the Customers Table
Deleting a record from the Customers Table
Conclusion

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    Posted on Thursday, July 28, 2011 6:50 AM Silverlight , WP7 | Back to top

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