I'm building an Iphone application, which has to retrieve information from a database on a server. I thought about building a C# web service on the server,so the Iphone app will send a http request to the web service and get the required data as a xml output. Are there any better alternatives? for instance: I never tried but heard about WCF, maybe it's better using it instead of the older xml web service technology?
Could someone please tell me/link me to how I could create a method similar to those posted below: [URL] (I am providing the links as I'm not sure how to articulate this question without them!) I'm using C# ASP.NET. IIS 6. I have an existing web server with other public API methods. I do not want the iPhone user to have to open a web browser, and post to an aspx page. I want the iPhone developer to be able to call my method, and have one of the parameters be a handle to the file which gets POSTed.
I have a Silverlight application hosted inside an asp.net website. In my silverlight applicaiton, if I select a theme. Then, theme changes will gets fired. I want to get notified in asp.net web page, when the theme changed event is fired inside the silverlight application. Note: Also, I don't want to use a data base to maintain the state of the application.
I have to create application which should work in web, mobile and PDA. I am using Silverlight application. Any one has idea that which type of problem can I face in Mobile and PDA? It is working fine in web. I am also using some third party control like Telerik control.
I am currently developing a silverlight application, however yesterday I started getting the following error message every time I run the project:
If I click "yes" to debug - nothing happens. Also, I have no Line 1805 in any of my source files!
This error message started appearing yesterday, and appears as soon as I run the project, shortly before the first page loads. If i click yes or no, the project then loads and runs perfectly, I cannot see any unwanted behaviour.
I have been using source control, so I rolled back the project to a point before the error started appearing, however I am still getting the error!
Could it be a setting in VS Web Developer Express 2010 that I have accidentally changed?
I am new to asp.net mvc and don't feel too comfortable to diving 100% into silverlight web application. I done some research and found that asp.net mvc can host silverlight application. That is great new since I want to leverage new technologies.
However, silverlight currently does not support printing and SSRS reporting. My question, can asp.net mvc hosts multiple applications like both silverlight and regular asp.net applications. I can design the asp.net application to handle the reporting and printing.
This seems like a very basic question but I couldn't find any help on web. If you could provide some link or steps to do this.I have created few basic Silverlight applications which are working fine standalone. I also have a basic ASP.NET application with a solution with around 10 Class Library Projects and 1 website. I want to create a small popup which will have some funtionality using Silverlight.How should I go about creating this application and how to integrate it with my existing application for it to show as a link. I would not want that link to open another application/site.
Developing a silverlight page in already existing web application for previewing video files. When I create a asp.net application locally and add silverlight application on the solution it works perfectly. But while I am trying to include into already existing project it throws this error. I have not deployed into the IIS. this happens while debugging.
I have the following scenario: a Silverlight application (constructed to be OOB) embedded at an ASP.NET website where, if the user already installed it, a label saying that is displayed; otherwise, an install button appears. Eventually I can update the .xap file available in the website.Now the problem: if the user executes the application through his Desktop/Start Menu, i'm able to update the application and suggest the user to restart it. But, if I update the .xap file and upload it again to the website, apparently no "Silverlight update" occurs, it is displayed as a new application (if the user install it again, an application icon is displayed at his desktop).
Error 1 'System.Net.WebClient' does not contain a definition for 'DownloadData' and no extension method 'DownloadData' accepting a first argument of type 'System.Net.WebClient' could be found (are you missing a using directive or an assembly reference?) C:UsersMichaelDocumentsVisual Studio 2008Projectssearch2search2MainPage.xaml.cs'm doing this in a c# file for a XAML/Silverlight project, but can't imagine why that would make a difference. I can not find any reference to this issue on the web, and I had something similar to this working last month, but in a regular ASP.NET page, not in a Silverlight app.