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Links 1 through 10 of 33 by Atif Aziz tagged sample

WPF sample application that creates an interactive, 3D model of a Rubik’s cube.

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Stephen Toub presents a class that can be used to retrieve the XML documentation for a given method at run-time.

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A sample tool that allows one to enter XAML and have it converted to HTML, or enter HTML and have it converted to XAML.

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Easy to use drag 'n drop controls including 10+ Windows Vista APIs and 8+ Web Service wrappers. Comes with complete source code in both Visual Basic and Visual C# for all controls and samples.

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101 samples that demonstrate use of LINQ using C#.

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Sample projects built using Microsoft Research's F# functional programming language to aid adoption of the F# language.

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DinnerNow is a fictious marketplace where customers can order food from local restaurants for delivery to their home or office. This sample is designed to demonstrate how you can develop a connected application using several new Microsoft technologies.

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This sample demonstrates how to use HTTP transport in Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to send and receive “plain old XML” (POX) messages – that is, messages that consist of solely of XML payloads without any enclosing SOAP envelope.

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The WCF RSS Toolkit is a Windows Communication Foundation-based framework for generating RSS 2.0 and Atom 1.0 content feeds. Using this toolkit, developers can easily expose a service as an RSS or Atom feed.

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This sample demonstrates how to use the Windows Communication Foundation to enable run-time discovery of services within ad-hoc networks using the WS-Discovery protocol.

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