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UTN Mobile Mall
UTN Mobile Mall is a services platform built on top of .NET framework desktop and mobile infrastructure. This sample shows dynamic generation of WCF web services and .NET Compact Framework applications by using high level graphical designers. UTN Mobile Mall enables non-technical users to design and implement web services and mobile applications using simple designers implemented on WPF and Silverlight.

This sample shows a broad range of Visual Studio 2008 and .NET technologies including:
  • WPF applications
  • WCF Web services and clients including SOAP and REST services.
  • ADO.NET on desktop and mobile
  • Windows Mobile applications using .NET Compact Framework
  • Dynamic generation of .NET assemblies for desktop and mobile
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008/2005 and Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Mobile
  • Microsoft Silverlight 2.0 application
  • ASP.NET web sites

Requirements
You will need Visual Studio 2008 SP1, Silverlight SDK and SQL 2008/2005. Detailed requirements are provided in the documentation.

Screencasts and Quick Reference Guide
There is a short, five-minute introductory screencast in the dowload section that shows some of the most interesting features of the sample. There is also a longer screencast available for download, which provides more detail. Also, you may wish to first review the Quick Reference walkthrough included in the documentation package.

Installation
Download the source and documentation .zip files and unzip it into any folder. Follow the instructions in the Quick Reference walkthrough, and in the detailed walkthroughs and screencasts.

About
This sample application was developed in cooperation with Microsoft Corporation, at the National Technical University – Córdoba Regional Faculty from city of Córdoba in Argentina.

To see other academic samples, please visit http://archive.msdn.microsoft.com/ddicpe.
Last edited May 22 2009 at 9:35 PM  by ddicpe, version 36
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