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I am born in Bangladesh and currently live in Melbourne, Australia. I am a Microsoft Certified Application Developer MCAD Chartered Member (C# .Net)and born in Bangladesh.
I am founder and Chief Executive Officer of
Simplexhub, a highly experienced software development company based in Melbourne Australia and Dhaka, Bangladesh. Co-founder and core developer of Pageflakes
Simplexhub, is on its mission to build a smart virtual community in Bangladesh and recently launched beta an ASP.NET MVC application written in C#.NET.

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Shahed Khan blog

ADO.NET Data Services enable applications to expose data as a data service to be consumable via web clients. The data service which can be easily accessible via regular HTTP requests. CRUD operations are performed using HTTP verbs - GET, POST, PUT and DELETE. The data service responses open formats such as JSON and Aop/APP which are idal back-ead for AJAX-style applications, Rick Interactive Applications and other web clients. ADO.NET client libraries  and developer tools works with both on premises services created using ADO.NET Data Services and also with hosted CLOUD services.

Some useful links

  • Data Platform Developer Center - Data Services page
  • Data services conceptual documentation on MSDN
  • Data services API reference documentation on MSDN
  • Data services team blog
  • Data services online forum (a place to ask us your data services related questions)
  • Whitepaper: Using ADO.NET Data Services V1
    Technical Articles

    Overview: ADO.NET Data Services
    The ADO.NET Data Services framework consists of a combination of patterns and libraries that enable the creation and consumption of data services for the web. This article will discuss the key elements of the ADO.NET Data Services framework at a high level and the motivation behind its design.

    Using ADO.NET Data Services
    Learn how to create and use ADO.NET Data Services, and get documentation on the various details around the URI and payload formats.

    Expose and Consume Data in a Web Services World
    What is a data service? The ADO.NET Data Services framework consists of a combination of patterns and libraries that enable the creation and consumption of data services for the web. This article will discuss exposing and consuming data using Data Services, describing data with the Entity Data Model, and securing your service.

    MSDN Reference Documentation

    MSDN API Reference Documentation – Server
    MSDN API Reference Documentation – Client

    ADO.NET Data Services (Silverlight)

    Data Services Futures

    Offline-Enabled Data Services and Desktop Applications
    Learn how to create offline-capable applications that have a local replica of their data, how to synchronize that replica with an online data service when a network connection becomes available, and how replicas can be used with the ADO.NET Entity Framework.

    Transparent Design Process

    Design Notes
    See the teams feature design notes online and give your comments on the design.

    How Do I … Deep Dive Videos

    Developing Applications Using Data Services
    See how to use common libraries and tools when building applications using on premises and/or cloud services (Windows Azure services, SQL Data Services, etc.).

    Programming Windows Azure Tables Using Data Services Client Libraries and Tools
    Learn how to use the highly scalable, available and durable Windows Azure table storage service. This session presents a deep dive with demos (using ADO.NET Data Services clients & interaction conventions) showing in detail how to work with cloud storage.

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