What’s different about the 3 versions of Rx? Part 3: .NET 3.5 SP1


Two days ago I kicked of this 3 part series by describing what is unique to Rx on Silverlight 3.
Yesterday followed that up by I talked about Rx specific features when running on .NET 4

Today I’ll complete the series by talking about what Rx offers on .NET 3.5 SP1

Watch how Rx makes Asynchronous calls over .NET Remoting easier

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Comments (2)

  1. west says:

    Why "alert ProcessNameCalled" display on server side in event case?

    client event handler is excuted on server?

    I have try to write down the code and got the exception at client side event subscription(use VS2008)

    In my experience, remoting event required share code event wrapper class. is right?

    I am really confused.

  2. Events in .NET are implemented by using multicast delegates. these multi-cast delegates are serialized by value, hence when transfered from client to server, are reconstructed on server and upon execution will execute on the server.