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October 27, 2008  12:53 PM

Microsoft PDC: First keynote focuses on Microsoft’s Cloud OS, Windows Azure



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), General Microsoft news, Web applications

LOS ANGELES -- In unveiling its Web-based development platform today at PDC, Microsoft has fired a salvo at Amazon EC2, the company's hosted development platform.  Microsoft's version of the cloud computing platform, dubbed

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August 13, 2008  1:49 PM

Getting down with WCF security



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation)

By Andrew Horne Authentication and authorization are key areas of focus in the "Improving Web Services Security" guide published by Microsoft’s Patterns and Practices Team. The guide leads you through SOA security, WCF security, and useful application scenarios for both internet...


March 21, 2008  11:04 AM

Using WCF to Build a REST App



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation)

Dino Chiesa, who previously wrote about how not to write a REST app, finally spills his guts on how to go about doing so. The basic metaphor in WCF is that services receive and respond to incoming communication, and clients initiate those communications. The REST service is an application that...


February 27, 2008  11:57 AM

Microsoft releases .NET Micro Framework Version 2.5 updates



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), Mobile applications

Microsoft updated the .NET Micro Framework, releasing Version 2.5 with improvements in Web Services and TCP/IP support. .NET Micro Framework Version 2.5 includes a Web Services on Devices implementation compatible with Windows Vista and supported by the other Microsoft Windows Embedded...


February 21, 2008  10:07 PM

Microsoft again vows to promote interoperability – shares new API info



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), Client applications, General Microsoft news

Microsoft said Thursday it will provide extensive documentation for APIs covering its major software products, including Office 2007, the Windows client and server, and the .NET Framework. Much of this information had been closely held, available only along with trade secret licenses or only within...


February 19, 2008  12:16 PM

WCF Certificates, by example



Posted by: Brein Matturro
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), C#

We bought into .NET Remoting early and have quite a few products in place that exploit the .NET Remoting lifestyle. Did I say lifestyle?  Yes. It seems that, once you go remoting, you don't want to go...


February 8, 2008  10:10 AM

Interactive Builds with TFS



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), Methodologies (Team Development, Agile and so forth)

Steve Porter at Imaginet Academy has been working to get Team Foundation Server (TFS) up and running, and one of his tasks was to take an existing project and migrate it over. His former build was using a couple of tasks from the MSBuild Community Tasks Project (specifically the StopServices and...


January 21, 2008  2:36 PM

Custom password validators in .NET Framework 3.5



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation), VS 2008 and .NET 3.5

In its first incarnation, Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) did not support custom validators with transport-level HTTP security. That changed with .NET Framework 3.5. But how do you make it...


January 2, 2008  10:43 AM

Top of the Pops: WCF blog rundown for 2007



Posted by: YuvalShavit
.NET Web services (Windows Communication Foundation)

It is list time. WCF blogger extraordinaire Nick Allen put together his yearly review of his most popular posts.  Among the most-read Allen articles written in the year just past are tips on Preventing...


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