WCF RIA services tips: Using resource files

When you’re using RIA services you may have already come across the possibility to use data annotations to enrich entities exposed by your RIA service to modify the way fields are rendered an validated. One of the things that’s supported is the use of resources to make error messages and other string literals localizable. In this post I will show you a handy trick to make working with resources to format your error messages a breeze.

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Our Geeknight11 presentation on Youtube

Marcel, Roy and I did a Geeknight session last week on building cross-platform apps using C#. We had a full room with more than 400 people checking out or handy work.

It was a blast doing it and we got really lucky with someone in the audience that took the trouble of filming us talking iPhone, Android and Windows Phone 7 development.

Thanks Tony Thijs for filming the whole thing.

You can find the different parts of the presentation here:

Fizzy logic behind the scenes: How I build my weblog

People that know my old weblog may look at this and ask themselves, what the has he been up to. Others that don’t know my old weblog may not have that question. But I think it’s a good thing to show a little about how I build this website.

In this article I will show you how I build this weblog and at the same time give you a glimpse of a great CMS called Orchard on which this site is build.

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