Thom Robbins .NET Weblog

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  • Blog Post: Check out the Web Developer Learning Series

    Choose from more than 60 learning modules—organized by track—including Virtual Labs and both live and on-demand webcasts for PHP, JSP, and ColdFusion developers. Complete just two Virtual Labs and/or webcasts—including our webcasts featuring design tools—and receive a free Microsoft Web Development Kit...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Building XML Web Services with ASMX

    Download PDF Version Download Samples The Web Service standards define how to build application functionality that is made available to remote machines using generally available Internet protocols. The Web part defines how application functionality is accessed. The services relate to the idea...
  • Blog Post: An Introduction to Building XML Web Services with ASMX

    An Introduction to Building XML Web Services with ASMX By Thom Robbins ( trobbins@microsoft.com ) Download PDF Version Download Samples Overview The Web Service standards define how to build application functionality that is made available to remote machines using generally available...
  • Blog Post: How To: Hosting a WCF Service in IIS

    How To: Hosting a WCF Service in IIS In this article we looked at the basics of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and how it can be used to host a service within a Windows Form. In reality, many applications today already take advantage of IIS to host HTTP based services like ASMX Web Services...
  • Blog Post: How To: Building a WCF Service and consumer

    How To: Building a WCF Service and consumer Do you see service everywhere? Alright I admit that may not be an original. However, with Windows Communication Foundation and the .NET Framework 3.0 you can.WCF is the unified programming model for building service oriented applications. It is designed...
  • Blog Post: How To: Building a WCF Service and consumer (Article)

    How To: Building a WCF Service and consumer Do you see service everywhere? Alright I admit that may not be an original. However, with Windows Communication Foundation and the .NET Framework 3.0 you can.WCF is the unified programming model for building service oriented applications. It is designed...
  • Blog Post: Just Released: Web Service Software Factory

    The Web Service Software Factory (also known as the Service Factory) is an integrated collection of tools, patterns, source code and prescriptive guidance. It is designed to help you quickly and consistently construct Web services that adhere to well known architecture and design patterns. If you...
  • Blog Post: World’s Easiest Windows Communication Foundation Service

    A great simple screencast by Charles that shows how to build a WCF service. Not sure about everyone but I really like the simple short examples to learn from. Check it out here .
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