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Pro ADO.NET Data Services: Working with RESTful Data (Expert's Voice in .NET) 2009th Edition
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If you currently use ADO.Net Data Services, part three is a cool addition to aiding the development of new technologies -- this is the coolest part. What are Ajax, Silverlight, Popfly Mashups and Biztalk? You gotta know, cos if you don't, you can't be cutting edge. Biztalk is the bet covered here, but the others get attention -- I would just recommend it for biztalk the most.
What's the downside of this book? Hard to see. The prices are always tricky with these books when the tech. market moves so fast. I'd say here is a surprise though...I looked up John Shaw...he seems to be a 'chipmaster' in the US (whatever that is) but as this is a UK publication, I think it's a good addition to the market, and would sell in the US (I am writing from Washington, DC).
The book talk about all these tecnologies as the reader don't know them, starting at the beggining of each one and going directly to how to use the technology with ado.net data services.
About data services, the book explain the details about the protocols used by data services, REST and the methods PUT, GET, DELETE. The book show the architecture of data services in a protocol level, because that this book will became a good reference for a long time.
I searched in the book for the most critical points of data services, like security, bussiness rules and so on, it's all there with samples and practical information to create real applications with data services.
Then this book came out! How the authors explain the concepts is great, and make it easy to understand. The code samples are concise and work. And there are enough real life examples to make it a very good book to learn from.
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