The latest build of the Google Maps .NET Control targets version 3 of Google's Map API.
A frequent request I get for Linq2Rest is to add better support for Entity Framework. By better support, they mean more deep integration with Entity Framework queries. I have until now resisted this, … more
I came across a problem recently about how to populate a WPF DataGrid with dynamic data, and automatically generate the columns. By dynamic I mean data which is essentially built up by key/value pairs … more
In version 184.108.40.206 Linq2Rest includes support for all the HTTP verbs (well not all of them, since HEAD and CONNECT are not expected to return a response body). This has been a frequent user request. … more
I recently got caught in a discussion about how to integrate a REST interface with a CQRS based architecture. First of I should mention that I am not a CQRS expert, which is why I will keep the focus … more
If you have been compiling your code against different versions of the .NET framework you've probably run into the problem of managing the output files so they don't collide when building.
One way to … more