Monthly Archives: October 2009

Using the Silverlight HttpClient in WCF, and still passing cookies.

In addition to using the browser’s own HTTP stack, Silverlight 3 introduces the new HttpClient. For me, it shines mostly because of these reasons: It supports SOAP faults that are passed with an HTTP 500 status code, and does not

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Google Wave: It’s for Apps

I think a so far underhyped aspect of Google Wave is that it has huge potential for integration of communication and applications – and applications does not mean Twitter or a blog engine this time, but brick-and-mortar LOB enterprise applications.

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HTML to XAML

It was not before proposing HTML templates for formatting content in a Silverlight app in a heated discussion that I noticed that there’s no decent way to display HTML in Silverlight. The indecent thing you can do is overlay the

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Hey Dropbox, what about this?

Christian proposes “Download-to-Dropbox”.

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