WCF Web APIs Roundup – Volume 1

A little over a month ago we launched our new WCF Web Apis on Codeplex. Since then a bunch of folks in the community (and some internal folks) have been posting about their own explorations / thoughts of the new bits. it’s great to see the work that they are doing! I am going to…

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Streaming over HTTP with WCF

Recently I had a customer email me looking for information on how to send and receive large files with a WCF HTTP service. WCF supports streaming specifically for these types of scenarios.  Basically with streaming support you can create a service operation which receives a stream as it’s incoming parameter and returns a stream as…

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Are you using WCF within your organization?

Do you use WCF within your organization either for internal apis for exposing services and functionality to 3rd parties? We’re looking to connect with customers using our stuff in the real world so we can understand your use cases, the things you’ve liked about WCF and where you’d like to see us improve / go…

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WCF Web APIs, HTTP your way

At PDC in my session  “Building Web APIs for the Highly Connected Web” we announced WCF Web APIs, new work we are doing to make HTTP first class in WCF. In this post I am going to describe what we are doing and why. If you are saying, “just show me the bits”, then just…

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Taking HTTP support in WCF to the next level

If you are building for the web and the cloud, then you know that HTTP is important. WCF is no stranger to HTTP. Since .NET 3.5, we’ve been continually delivering capabilities in the platform to enable developers to expose services as resources over HTTP. Now we’re looking to raise the bar several notches. At PDC,…

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Yet another simplification of Prism’s EventAggregator syntax part II–mocking extension methods

After my last post, I had quite a healthy discussion with Alex Hung (@alexhung) on you guessed it, testability and mocking. Alex’s observation was although my extension methods were easy to use, they were difficult to test. He had gone and implemented a similar user experience but through using a custom wrapper which added Publish…

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Yet another simplification of Prism’s EventAggregator syntax

It’s been quite a while since I worked with Prism’s EventAggregator. Today however I need to use it. As soon as I started to write my code, I heard my friend Jeremy Miller in my head saying how much he hates the ceremony of  GetEvent<> pattern that Prism’s EA introduces. What he is talking about…

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Being fueled by developer passion

Tonite I came across this really nice post from Kelly (@kellabyte) on how passion drives her to continually learn and explore. She also talks about how a simple idea ends up igniting the fires and quickly spawns into putting in a lot of late nights Kelly also talks about the challenge of finding an environment…

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Let’s meet for Dinner in London!

As I mentioned in my previous post, I am in the UK for the week. Sebastian Lambla (OpenRasta) has been kind enough to organize a dinner so I can meet all my geek friends from the Isles. If are in London near Victoria on Thursday eve, 15-Jul-2010 then it would be great to meet! I…

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Bringing MEF and REST love to the UK and at FEST 10

Next week I’m coming to the UK where I’ll be spreading the MEF love at FEST 10 and in events in a few other cities. I’ll also be talking about REST and the new work we are doing in WCF to provide a better experience for building RESTful systems. Below is the event schedule Date/Time…

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