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TechnologyAug 16, 2011

Using jQuery and WCF To Build A Better User Experience

Jeff Hewitt

Last Saturday I spoke at the Dallas Techfest in Richardson at the University of Texas, Dallas campus.  From all I saw and heard, it appears to have been a successful event.  For my session, not only was it Saturday morning at 9:00 AM, it was also raining.  Dispite this, there were quite a few faithful technologists who made it in.  So thank you to everyone who turned out – I hope it was educational.

My session was entitled Using jQuery and WCF To Build A Better User Experience.  In addition to the topics highlighted in the title, we also looked at jQuery databinding, jQuery templating, jQuery UI and a simple framework for handling the flow of data from the lowest levels of the stack all the way to the presentation on the client.

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As promised, here is the presentation, and here is the Visual Studio solution that we looked at during the demonstration.

I would welcome any recommendations or feedback.  So, please don’t hesitate to shoot me a quick message – jhewitt@credera.com