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European BizTalk Convention - Service Bus with Message Broadcasting

This download contains the power point slides and code from the Azure Platform AppFabric session at the...
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    Create a Custom Object with .NET using the Force.com Metadata API ... and No Proxy Classes!

    Recently I've written a lot about using the Force.com REST API with .NET. I've also created a Force.com Toolkit for .NET , a Chatter Toolkit for .NET , and a set of sample applications that make it easier for developers to interact with these APIs. Using the REST API you can write custom integrations with your applications in Salesforce, interacting with all of your metadata through simple HTTP calls using JSON. There are, however, a few limits to what the REST API can accomplish. In particular...
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    Unit testing AngularJS HTTP requests in the RAW Stack

    In the previous blog post we created some basic unit tests for the AngularJS movies controller. As I mentioned there was one set of tests missing and that was around the controller doing HTTP requests to the WebAPI backend. In a unit test typically don't want to do those test for real. First of all we don't want to take a dependency on some external state and equally important we don't want the overhead of those requests. Fortunately AngularJS makes it easy to fake those requests and...
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    Unit testing the AngularJS code in the RAW Stack

    In the previous post we refactored the JavaScript code for our AngularJS controller a bit to make it more testable. However we didn't actually start writing any tests yet so lets create a few tests.   The AngularJS controller under test Just as a quick reminder the AngularJS controller in our previous code was as follows 1: ( function () { 2: 'use strict' ; 3: var module = angular.module( "myApp" , []); 4:   5: module.controller( "moviesCtrl" , function ...
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    Refactoring the AngularJS code in the RawStack

    In the previous post I created a minimal skeleton app to pass some movie data from RavenDB through a WebAPI endpoint to an AngularJS frontend and also to save new movies back to RavenDB. The code was, as I mentioned in that post, really minimal and by no means a good way of writing it. So in this post I am going to improve on the AngularJS part. It still will not be perfect but better.   Inline JavaScript There are cases where inline JavaScript mixed with you markup makes sense but as a general...
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    Creating a basic skeleton with the RAW stack

    When I start with a new stack one of the first things I always do is create a really simple app to do something sort of meaningful. So lets do that with the RAW stack.   Just as a reminder the RAW stack is a combination of RavenDB , AngularJS and WebAPI . These three technologies combined make a pretty awesome combination for a developer wanting to make smart client side web applications and is using .NET on the server.   As the demo application I will be building is all about movie reviews...
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