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Support WCF RIA Services in WPF

Requires support from the RIA Services team as well as some additional support from the Cider (WPF Designer) team

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      • shimmyshimmy commented  · 

        That's the reason I moved to Silverlight, and using WPF just for desktop-only apps.

      • David SmithDavid Smith commented  · 

        This would benefit us, our team, and ultimately our clients.

      • Per EklundPer Eklund commented  · 

        Yes please so we don't need to duplicate our work that we have done.

      • David HowardDavid Howard commented  · 

        We need to provide a WPF application as part of our solution, and the support of WCF RIA Services in WPF (with a Prism-based sample ideally) would make this much simpler.

      • gentledeppgentledepp commented  · 

        WHAT IS THE PROBLEM?! shouldn't be more than re-linking the classes in a full .net class library, or not?

      • AmitAmit commented  · 

        A must need one...

      • N MackayN Mackay commented  · 

        Absolutely, it would benefit the developer into targetting different platforms.

      • MarceloMarcelo commented  · 

        Please implement RIA Services in WPF

      • Howard WeisbergHoward Weisberg commented  · 

        Why would you not support RIA services for WPF? A brain-dead decision by marketeers?

      • SundarSundar commented  · 

        It will be a great help to have common code base

      • ZebraZebra commented  · 

        Sure, it's mandatory!

      • BoboBobo commented  · 

        Yes! Yes! Yes!

      • Sergey DurnovSergey Durnov commented  · 

        I need this to have single service for WPF, Silverlight and Windows Phone

      • MaxMax commented  · 

        it is good thing to implement, but personally silverlight support is enough for making LOB applications.

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