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  • Blog Post: Was ist neu bei WCF 4.0?

    Das .NET Framework 4.0 bringt auch für dieWindows Communication Fundation (WCF) einige wichtige Änderungen. Im direkten Vergleich mit der Workflow Foundation4.0 fallen die Änderungen der WCF allerdings nicht revolutionär aus. Die gute Nachricht ist, das Entwickler nicht umdenken müssen und trotzdem einige...
  • Blog Post: WCF 4.0 – einfacher konfigurieren

    Zu den Verbesserungen bei .NET 4.0 gehören auch Vereinfachungen bei der Konfiguration von WCF-Anwendungen. Mehr können Sie im Artikel „Konfigurationsvereinfachungen bei WCF 4.0“ von Developerworld lesen: http://www.computerworld.ch/aktuell/news/49928/index.html .
  • Blog Post: SHAPE – The Web Conference, 27. Oktober 2009, Swissôtel Zürich

    SHAPE – The Web Conference Alles, was Sie über die neusten Web-Technologien wissen müssen. 27. Oktober 2009 Swissôtel Zürich-Oerlikon Wir freuen uns, Sie zur zweiten SHAPE - The Web Conference einzuladen! Während einem Tag erfahren Sie in drei Themen-Tracks alles über neue Web-Technologien...
  • Blog Post: Become a WCF Master with Juval Lowy !!! (June 29 - July 3, 2009, Zurich)

    Don't miss on this unique opportunity to learn WCF from Juval Lowy who has been part of the strategic design effort for WCF from the beginning, and who offers a profound insight on the technology and its applications. You will see how to take advantage of built-in features such as service hosting...
  • Blog Post: WCF REST Starter Kit Preview 2 Available

    Since yesterday evening the WCF REST Starter Kit Preview 2 is available!!! The goal of this Kit is to simplify the process of building RESTful services with WCF, without having to wait for .NET 4.0. Just to be clear there is no guarantee that what you can find today in the starter kit will end up...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2: Tunneling a PUT through POST with RESTful WCF Services

    During my last post I point you to some resources in order to start to work with the WCF REST Starter Kit . Looking around I found another great sample where the WCF REST Starter Kit is used to tunnel a PUT through POST with RESTful WCF Services. This is really useful when you want to expose a REST interface...
  • Blog Post: Building RESTFul services with the REST Starter Kit

    The goal of the REST Starter Kit is to simplify the process of building RESTful services with WCF, without having to wait for .NET 4.0. Just to be clear there is no guarantee that what you can find today in the starter kit will end up in the .NET 4.0! The REST Starter Kit is out since November 2008...
  • Blog Post: REST vs. SOAP

    Recently more and more Microsoft technologies are exposing REST API. WCF 3.5 added REST support, ADO.NET Data Services creates a REST interface over your Entity Framework / Database and many Azure Services are REST based. So the question that naturally arise is: should I use REST or should I use SOAP...
  • Blog Post: Serving Silverlight applications on client PCs without a web server using WCF 3.5

    There are scenarios where you don’t want to have IIS installed on a machine and you still want to serve a Silverlight application for local or remote users. One of this scenario is an embedded machine that controls some machinery that needs to have a local UI and a remote UI. I have lately run in...
  • Blog Post: Patterns & Practices WCF Security Guide

    If you haven't seen it, Microsoft's Patterns and Practices team has released a beta version of their new WCF Security Guide. It's a wonderful collection of guidelines with scenarios, checklists and how-tos. So if you are planning on building SOA applications, this is exactly what you need to have...
  • Blog Post: Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Hands-on Lab

    Encouraged from the positive feedback in terms of number of participants and attendees’ comments, this week the Swiss MSDN Team hold once again another Hands-on Lab here in Wallisellen. This time the topic was Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), the powerful Microsoft technology to built service...
  • Blog Post: Scrolling through large resultsets with Silverlight 2 Beta1 and LINQ to SQL

    In this 15 minutes video blog I will show you how you can scroll through large resultsets using the SL DataGrid and LINQ to SQL. I will show: - paging server side using .Skip and .Take methods in LINQ to SQL - templating the DataGrid for adding the paging vertical scrollbar You should watch first...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Silverlight 2 (Recording of the TechDays 2008 Basel Session)

    This is the recording of the session “Silverlight 2” that I did last month atTechDays 2008 Basel. In this 1 hour video blog I show how to build a picture gallery showing some of the powerful capability of Silverlight 2 like: Blend 2.5 Layout controls WebClient (RSS requests) LINQ...
  • Blog Post: CRUD operations with Optimistic Locking using Silverlight 2 Beta1, WCF and LINQ to SQL (inserts, updates and deletes)

    Update 17.4.2008: I have found a bug on the LinqToSqlClientHelper.LinqHelper class. I have attached the new corrected project. In this 30 minutes video blog I will show you one approach on how to do insert, update and delete operations with optimistic locking in a 3 tier environment. As you may know...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 2 Beta1 + WCF + LINQ to SQL = a powerfull combination

    In this 15 minutes video blog I will show to you how to use the combined power of Silverlight, WCF and LINQ to SQL to create a simple application. double click the player to play in fullscreen Attached you can find the final solution.
  • Blog Post: IIS 7 : Support for non-HTTP Protocols

    Yesterday we hold here in Wallisellen an IIS7 Event where the main features (with plenty of demos) of this fresh new release were presented from a developer point of view. As in the last time I'm diving into Windows Communication Foundation, one of the demo I particularly liked (which I want now to...
  • Blog Post: Office Business Applications (OBAs) Hands-on Lab

    Diese Woche haben wir in Zürich und Yverdon einen MSDN TechTalk und anschliessend ein MSDN Hands-on Lab (HOL) zu OBA durchgeführt. An den Hands-on Labs haben knapp 100 Personen teilgenommen und wissen nun, was 2007 Office in Ergänzung mit Visual Studio 2008 zu bieten hat! Download Falls Sie nicht...
  • Blog Post: LINQ to SQL: the good, the bad and the ugly

    Let’s start with the good : I was never a big fan of O/R mapping technology nor to do all the work by hand in populating objects. So I tend to chose typed DataSet in project where the speed of development is a key driver. Of course DataSets are big on the wire and .NET only, so it is not the right...
  • Blog Post: WCF und WF beleuchtet

    Christian Weyer, Microsoft MVP für “Solution Architecture", hat eine 11-teilige Webcast-Series über WCF & WF produziert. Zu finden unten http://www.microsoft.com/germany/msdn/webcasts/serien/MSDNWCS-0704-02.mspx . Viel Spass!
  • Blog Post: WCF WebCast

    On http://www.dasblonde.net/2007/06/24/WCFWebcastSeries.aspx you can find a WCF Webcast serie hold by Michele Leroux Bustamante (1 hour in length each), touching the fundamentals and practical approaches for your WCF development efforts. It's really a good source of information for the WCF world! Have...
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