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Currently Reading Applied ASP.NET 4 in Context

Posted by esersahin on 17/01/2012


http://www.amazon.com/Applied-ASP-NET-Context-Adam-Freeman/dp/1430234679

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Working with Lazy Loading in Entity Framework Code First

Posted by esersahin on 03/10/2011


http://stevesmithblog.com/blog/working-with-lazy-loading-in-entity-framework-code-first/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Posted in .Net 4.0, Entity Framework, Lazy Loading | Leave a Comment »

Diagnosing Errors with Managed Debugging Assistants

Posted by esersahin on 13/09/2010


http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/d21c150d.aspx

Posted in .Net, .Net 3.5, .Net 4.0, .Net Framework, Visual Studio 2005, Visual Studio 2008, Visual Studio 2010 | Leave a Comment »

Databinding using ObservableCollection

Posted by esersahin on 30/07/2010


http://msmvps.com/blogs/shahed/archive/2007/10/10/databinding-using-observablecollection-lt-t-gt.aspx

Posted in .Net 3.5, .Net 4.0, ObservableCollection | Leave a Comment »

Data Binding How-to Topics

Posted by esersahin on 30/07/2010


http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms752039.aspx

The topics in this section describe how to use data binding to bind elements to data from a variety of data sources in the form of common language runtime (CLR) objects and XML.

In This Section


How to: Create a Simple Binding
How to: Specify the Binding Source
How to: Make Data Available for Binding in XAML
How to: Control When the TextBox Text Updates the Source
How to: Specify the Direction of the Binding
How to: Bind to a Collection and Display Information Based on Selection
How to: Bind to an Enumeration
How to: Bind the Properties of Two Controls
How to: Implement Binding Validation
How to: Implement Validation Logic on Custom Objects
How to: Get the Binding Object from a Bound Target Property
How to: Implement a CompositeCollection
How to: Convert Bound Data
How to: Create a Binding in Code
How to: Get the Default View of a Data Collection
How to: Navigate Through the Objects in a Data CollectionView
How to: Filter Data in a View
How to: Sort Data in a View
How to: Sort and Group Data Using a View in XAML
How to: Use the Master-Detail Pattern with Hierarchical Data
How to: Use the Master-Detail Pattern with Hierarchical XML Data
How to: Produce a Value Based on a List of Bound Items
How to: Implement Property Change Notification
How to: Create and Bind to an ObservableCollection
How to: Implement PriorityBinding
How to: Bind to XML Data Using an XMLDataProvider and XPath Queries
How to: Bind to XDocument, XElement, or LINQ for XML Query Results
How to: Use XML Namespaces in Data Binding
How to: Bind to an ADO.NET Data Source
How to: Bind to a Method
How to: Set Up Notification of Binding Updates
How to: Clear Bindings
How to: Find DataTemplate-Generated Elements
How to: Bind to a Web Service
How to: Bind to the Results of a LINQ Query

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ObservableCollection Class

Posted by esersahin on 30/07/2010


http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms668604.aspx

Posted in .Net 3.5, .Net 4.0, ObservableCollection, Silverlight, WPF | Leave a Comment »

.NET DEVELOPMENT WITH ODAC 11.2 BETA

Posted by esersahin on 28/07/2010


http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/dotnet/whatsnew/odac-11-1-134518.pdf

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Oracle .Net Developer Center

Posted by esersahin on 28/07/2010


http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/topics/dotnet/whatsnew/index.html

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Statement of Direction – Oracle Database – Microsoft ADO.NET Entity Framework

Posted by esersahin on 28/07/2010


http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/dotnet/col/ef/oracle_entity_framework_sod.pdf

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Get Ready For C# 4.0!

Posted by esersahin on 07/06/2010


http://blogs.msdn.com/b/csharpfaq/archive/2010/04/12/get-ready-for-c-4-0.aspx

Posted in .Net 4.0, C# | Leave a Comment »