.NET RIA Services Introduction

When you’re working with Silveright one of your main challenges is to get the data you want from the database
through multiple tiers and pass it to your Silverlight client using some kind of a WebService. You’d want full CRUD support no matter what architecture pattern you are are using and you’ll need client side change tracking as well. You’d welcome features as code sharing, validation, authentication and authorization support on service operations and of course all these should be enabled automatically by a code generation process.

This is the first one of a series of screencasts in which I’ll try to introduce you to .NET RIA Services which aims to solve the issues mentioned above.

The first video provides a glimpse into the basics how .NET RIA Services works. Hope you’ll enjoy it!

You can download the demo project from here:

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