Tag: Service

Consuming a REST Service

THERE are certainly lots of articles around that explain how to create your own WCF REST service. However, I couldn’t find many that explained how to consume a REST service. So this is what I’ll concentrate on in this article… so read on..

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WCF RIA Services Validation

ONE of the annoying aspects with traditional ASP.Net development was that validation logic which seemed well fitted to be in the mid-tier would often be replicated into the UI-tier. One does this to provide instant feedback to application users; increasing user experience and the application’s usability. The drawback is of course the doubling up of this logic. No only that, but quite often you would have the duplication of logic across different languages; for example mid-tier validation would be coded in C# whereas UI-tier validation would be coded in Javascript – causing a myriad of headaches with code maintenance.

So along comes WCF RIA Services and its validation framework. In this article I’ll provide details on how WCF RIA Services approachs validation; and how it has been designed to resolve issues of its predecessors..

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Creating a Windows Service solution

IF you have ever wondered how to create your own Windows Service then you’ve come to the right place! Creating a Windows application is rather straight forward.  You create the Solution, you add the Windows App project, add your Business logic and it is practically there.  With a Windows Service, there are some additional steps that need to be setup that might be somewhat new to developers out there.

In this article I will explain how to create a Windows Solution and the steps needed to deploy the Windows Service…

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