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Michael Crump Microsoft MVP, INETA Community Champion and XAML Advocate.

On August 19th 2011 I gave a presentation at devLINK titled, “Producing and Consuming OData in an Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 Application”. As promised, here is the Slides / Code / Resources to my talk.

Slides – The query slide in this deck was taken from a slide in Mike Taulty’s talk.

This is the first time that I used Prezi in a talk and it worked out wonderful! I want to apologize in advance for embedding a flash player in my blog. It is all that Prezi supports at this time. =(

Free Tools

Silverlight OData Explorer – Special Thanks to Adam Ryder for bringing it up.

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Odata Viewer Tool

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Articles

You can read any of the parts by clicking on the links below.

  1. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 1) – Creating our first OData Data Source and querying data through the web browser and LinqPad.
  2. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 2) – Consuming OData in a Silverlight Application.
  3. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 3)  – Consuming OData in a Windows Phone 7 Application (pre-Mango).
  4. Producing and Consuming OData in a Silverlight and Windows Phone 7 application. (Part 4)  – Consuming OData in a Windows Phone 7 Application (Mango).

e-Book:

The e-Book is available on SilverlightShow.net. It includes a .PDF/.DOC/.MOBI of the series with high resolution graphics and complete source code. See below for a table of contents:

Contents:

Chapter 1

Creating our first OData Data Source.
Getting Setup (you will need…)
Conclusion

Chapter 2

Adding on to our existing project.
Conclusion

Chapter 3

Testing the OData Data Service before getting started…
Downloading the tools…
Getting Started
Conclusion

Chapter 4

Testing and Modifying our existing OData Data Service
Reading Data from the Customers Table
Adding a record to the Customers Table
Update a record to the Customers Table
Deleting a record from the Customers Table
Conclusion

Thanks to all for attending my talk and I hope to see you all next year.

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