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  • Google Search RSS Feeds

    Here is my attempt to transform Google Search Results into a RSS feed. This functionality is missing from Google. Test it out and provide some feedback. I have published the feed as a web service at http://www.ecubicle.net/gsearch_rss.asmx There is a single function called GetSearchResults with the following signature GetSearchResults(byval ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 10, 2009
  • LINQ and ADO .NET Data Services Videos

    I have published some tutorials on YouTube on LINQ and ADO .NET Data Services. ADO .NET Data Services allow creation of REST based services which is simply a fancy way of serializing data as XML and returning it over HTTP. You can view these tutorials on my YouTube Channel at http://ca.youtube.com/rafaybinali    
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
  • Google Maps KML and LINQ to Display Driving Directions

    The important part is to retrieve the KML file (XML based standard) from Google Maps (refer to urlString). Once we have the KML file, we create an XMLDataSource control, retrieve the XmlDocument's InnerXml. After that, we parse the elements to retrieve the directions which are placed in the <name> element ...
    Posted to ASP.NET Applications (Weblog) by aspnet on January 6, 2009
  • LinqDataSource - Video

    View this 16megs video from Dan Wahlin; in which he shows how easy things are with LinqDataSource! You get a filter; master/detail form and full editing/deletion/insertion; with almost no line of code! I personally dont like such declarative style programming; because the code generated with such approaches is not maintainable; however these ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on July 29, 2007
  • LINQ in Web Applications

    LINQ gets cooler when it can be used in web apps… Microsoft has just released RC1 of Web Application Projects (WAP); and with this; one can now use (*)LINQ in web projects. Here are the steps. Install WAP Download the LINQ Preview; and install it in its default location. Download this Project Template I have created using the steps given ...
    Posted to Khurram Aziz (Weblog) by khurram on April 8, 2006
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