New ASP.NET Dynamic Data Support
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Published: 14 Dec 2007
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Abstract
In this article, Scott examines how to build powerful data driven websites using the new Dynamic Data Support model in ASP.NET 3.5. Scott introduces a screen-cast followed by a series of steps with associated screenshots with emphasis on LINQ. Finally, Scott provides a complete analysis of the output along with a customization tip and a list of useful references.
by Scott Guthrie
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Introduction

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The ASP.NET 3.5 Extensions CTP we shipped this past weekend contains a bunch of great new features.

One of the cool new features is something we call "ASP.NET Dynamic Data Support".  In a nutshell this enables you to really quickly build data driven web-sites that work against a LINQ to SQL (and in the future LINQ to Entities) object model - and optionally allows you to-do this without having to build any pages manually.

The best way to see this in action is to watch David Ebbo's awesome 17 minute screen-cast:

Figure 1

You can also follow the steps below to easily get started and use the dynamic data support:


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