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- Access Control Service: Passive/Active Transition Sample
Here you can find my updated ACS2 sample. In addition to the existing front ends (web [WS-Federation], console [SOAP & REST], Silverlight [REST]) and error handling , it now also includes a WPF client that shows the passive/active transition with a SOAP service as illustrated here. All the ACS interaction is encapsulated in a WPF user control that: retrieves the JSON feed. displays a list of supported identity providers. triggers the sign in via a browser control. retrieves the token response. All you need to supply is the ACS namespace and the realm. Have fun! Azure IdentityModel
www.leastprivilege.com - Thursday, June 23, 2011
- HTML5 Slides and Samples
The slides and samples from the HTML5 talk I did yesterday at the DevelopMentor office in London. HTML5 from Maurice Beijer Enjoy! Futures HTML5 Modernizr WebSockets WebWorkers Video IE
The Problem Solver - Thursday, October 18, 2012
- Download My Web Apps Have HotKeys Too Sample App
and a sample application. I recently blogged about how web apps have hotkeys too. To encourage more developers to add hotkeys to their web applications, I created a jQuery plugin called jQuery.hotKeyMap.js just added a download link for the source code: WebAppsHaveHotKeysTooSample-MichaelKennedy-v1.zip. It’s an ASP.NET MVC 3 web app. Hope you find it useful! Cheers, @mkennedy. Filed under: jQuery Tagged: NET , ASP.NET , MVC , Open Source , Plugins , web. jQuery.NET ASP.NET MVC Open Source Plugins web
Michael C. Kennedy's Weblog - Thursday, August 30, 2012
- Simple MVVM Toolkit Improvements: Documentation, Features, Sample Apps
I’ve released a new version of my Simple MVVM Toolkit for Silverlight that has improved documentation, a bunch of new features and additional sample applications. And many of those other toolkits are woefully lacking in the way of documentation and code samples. Sample applications with step-by-step instructions. have spent quite a bit of time fleshing out documentation for the toolkit, and the download includes several sample applications. Other sample apps demonstrate features such as enum lists, associated properties, and async support.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Sunday, January 23, 2011
- Online Workflow 4 presentation
Attached are the PowerPoint sheets and samples from my online Window Workflow Foundation 4 presentation today. Let me know if you have any questions. WF4Demo.zip www.TheProblemSolver.nl Wiki.WindowsWorkflowFoundation.eu.
The Problem Solver - Tuesday, December 1, 2009
- Building rich HTML 5 clients using REST services
You can download the slide from my session on Building rich HTML 5 clients using REST services here and the sample application using the WCF Web API here. The slides are also available on SlideShare. Enjoy! www.TheProblemSolver.nl www.dotnetevents.nl.NET WCF webcast ASP.NET REST dotnetmag HTML5
The Problem Solver - Wednesday, October 26, 2011
- WF and ASP.NET - A Few Gotchas
See the sample code referenced at the end of this post for an illustration of the issue, and one potential solution using thread events. Again, see the sample code for an illustration of the issue and one possible resolution. Here's the sample code I refer to above, that illustrates what I'm describing here (requires VS.NET 2008 beta 2). ASP.NET as WF host is an important and useful scenario for WF adoption, but there are some interesting details that are worth understanding before you tackle this yourself. But there's the rub. Enter ManualWorkflowSchedulerService. Enjoy!
There Must Be Some Mistake - Monday, October 1, 2007
- Understanding Map - Reduce
Running the sample code produces output like this. Quite a few people seem to be intimidated by the concept of Map-Reduce. As it turns out Map-Reduce is actually quite simple and straightforward when you get to understand the basic principle. Basic principle The basic Map-Reduce consists of two steps. guess you are not going to be very surprised when I tell you that these steps are called Map and Reduce. Simple right? And the Reduce process takes the output of the Map process and combines/discards data to produce the result. Again pretty simple right? simple example. 3: public Order().
The Problem Solver - Monday, December 3, 2012
- Flowcharts in Workflow 4 and the Switch activity
When I ran the sample I would only get Default printed to the console. Flowcharts are a nice addition to Windows Workflow Foundation 4. They allow for a lot of pretty complex behavior that is hard to do in a sequential workflow. In WF 3 we used to model these complex behaviors as state machine workflows. That worked but they weren't really state machines or event driven and things could get a bit tricky. Enter the flowchart in Windows Workflow Foundation 4 One of the good things is that a flowchart is not another workflow type. No it is just another activity to drop in a workflow.
The Problem Solver - Tuesday, October 27, 2009
- ASP.NET WebAPI Security 1: Introducing Thinktecture.IdentityModel.Http
Before I start digging into the gory details, all the sample code and concepts I will show are implemented in the newest incarnation of Thinktecture.IdentityModel : https://github.com/thinktecture/Thinktecture.IdentityModel.Http. Over the course of the next posts I will describe the security options you have when writing services using the new ASP.NET WebAPI. Stay tuned! IdentityModel
www.leastprivilege.com - Tuesday, March 6, 2012