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How to use .Net assemblies in PHP
Introduction For my entry in the WinPHP Challenge I need to use some .Net assemblies I wrote a while ago. It wasn’t clear to me how this can be done. Here’s an example on how to do this. In short: First we create an assembly in visual studio, than we sign it, add it to the Global Assembly Cache or GAC and access it using PHP from there. Details Inside visual studio, create a new project. For the purpose of explanation I named the project DotNetTest. Add the following method to the newly created Class1 ......

Posted On Friday, April 24, 2009 2:32 PM

Entering the WinPHP challenge: BlogSnor
Yesterday I got the email welcoming me to the First Annual WinPHP Challenge. Microsoft, ibuildings and Leaseweb are sponsoring this contest to show Windows is now a first class citizen for development and deployment of PHP projects. The idea of this contest is very simple, just build an application running on Windows and IIS7. But, do this with PHP. The contests ends June 1st. Until then all contestants have to blog about their progress. On June 13th the winner will be announced at the DPC closing ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 21, 2009 8:34 PM

Using Silverlight Ria Services to overcome Cross Domain issues with RSS
Introduction A lot of sites use Rss feeds to provide others with information. For security reason Silverlight doesn’t allow cross domain calls. With your own servers you can overcome this by specifying access via a crossdomain.xml file. In most cases you want to read a Rss feed that is not on your domain, and it is not possible to add or change the crossdomain.xml file. Because Silverlight can communicate with Asp.NET, and Asp.NET can access almost any Rss feed, that would be a great option. The ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 14, 2009 11:39 AM

Creating, Binding and Styling a Bubble Chart
The Bubble Chart is part of the Silverlight toolkit and is available for Silverlight 2 and Silverlight 3 at http://silverlight.codeplex... This chart uses the size of the “bubbles” to display more data. For this article I used the Silverlight 3 version of the toolkit and the newly released Expression Blend 3 and Silverlight 3. Creating the Chart Start by creating a new Silverlight 3 project in Expression Blend. Add a reference to the Silverlight toolkit by going to Project in the menu and click ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 1, 2009 11:02 PM

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