WCF is a framework for building service-oriented applications. The flexibility of the framework makes it very powerful, but that power requires some wisdom in the implementation. In this post, there will not be many answers, but I hope to help you determine what questions to ask.
Many developers like to do things such as override ToString(). Not surprisingly, that code will not survive being sent over WCF. It is…Continue
Posted on October 15, 2012 at 1:00am
Last week we made the basic WCF service, based on the template from VS2010. A set of defaults that can be built on. To make your own service, the assumption would be to make another interface, implement it, and then copy the app.config. For the most part, that is correct. What is less obvious is where those values come from, and what do they mean. This week we will create our own service, and modify the app.config to expose it. Everything we will do this week builds on the project from…Continue
Posted on September 30, 2012 at 10:15pm
Windows Communication Foundation is a framework for building service-oriented applications. Over the next several weeks, I intend to write about WCF and share some of my experience working with it. This specific post covers a very simple getting started scenario. It does not assume you know anything about WCF, or have ever seen it before. It is a step-by-step guide to creating a service and a test case for it. I do assume that you have a version of VS2010 that includes the test…Continue
Posted on September 23, 2012 at 8:42pm
MVC, MVP, and MVVM are some of the common patterns to guide programmers toward creating decoupled solutions. Learning about these is not a trivial task, picking the one that is best for a specific problem is a challenge, and implementing it correctly based on the descriptions I found on the internet would be even more challenging. I have gone back and pulled out the earliest references I could find to these patterns for the definitions and explanations, but then put them in a modern…Continue
Posted on September 16, 2012 at 10:52pm — 3 Comments
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