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| | Spring 3.0 and the Enterprise Training
This course provides coverage of the concepts and practices for interacting between Spring and relational databases, security components, distributed resources, web services, messaging, EJB3, and other components. Web Services Interoperability Organization XML and Java APIs at a Glance J2EE and Web Services Web Services Stacks at a Glance SOAP in a Nutshell SOAP and HTTP SOAP Specification Why do I need SOAP? Students who attend Spring 3.0 Please see below for additional information about the hands-on lab work. DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
Essential Windows Communication Foundation 4 Training
Because it incorporates web service standards, WCF enables interoperability with other platforms such as Java/Unix. Discover the fundamental tasks of designing and building services & contracts, master error handling, serialization, instance and concurrency management and bend hosting, security, identity management, and reliability to suit your needs. You'll get answers to these questions: How do I design services using contracts? How can I model services in a pure Web style? What's the best way to host and expose services? DevelopMentor Courses - Tuesday, March 1, 2011
13 Articles match "Restful","Web Services"
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| | Need WIF Training?
The course includes extensive lab material where you take standard application and apply all kinds of claims and federation techniques and technologies like WS-Federation, WS-Trust, session management, delegation, home realm discovery, multiple identity providers, Access Control Service, REST, SWT and OAuth. Externalizing Authentication for Web Applications. The authentication part is called identity provider or in more general terms - a security token service. Externalizing Authentication for SOAP Services. Or contact me directly! Day 2. www.leastprivilege.com - Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Digging into WCF REST
Last Thursday evening I presented a talk to the Dallas.NET User Group on support in WCF 4 for building REST-ful services. Here is a summary of the talk: To REST or Not To REST? Building REST-ful Services with the WCF Web Programming Model REST is defined as an architectural style for building services that embrace the principles of the web. Tony will provide concrete examples of where it makes sense to implement REST-ful web services. REST White Paper. But what’s it good for? WCF 3.5 WCF 4.0 Tony and Zuzana's World - Saturday, September 10, 2011
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- RESTful Web Services with WCF Screencast
I recently got the chance to record a screencast discussing REST-oriented web services in WCF. If you're interested in WCF you should definitely check it out because WCF and REST make an awesome combination. WCF-REST-Kennedy-Peepleocity.wmv 35 MB (WMV HD). cover building WCF services using REST princples, the WebGet and WebInvoke attributes, working with the SyndicationFeed & Rss20FeedFormatter classes, and configuration-free WCF hosting in IIS. You can also download the source code of the project built in the screencast. Kennedy.
- Digging into WCF REST
Last Thursday evening I presented a talk to the Dallas.NET User Group on support in WCF 4 for building REST-ful services. Here is a summary of the talk: To REST or Not To REST? Building REST-ful Services with the WCF Web Programming Model REST is defined as an architectural style for building services that embrace the principles of the web. Tony will provide concrete examples of where it makes sense to implement REST-ful web services. REST White Paper. But what’s it good for? WCF 3.5 WCF 4.0
Tony and Zuzana's World - Saturday, September 10, 2011
- Tony Sneed: Build Async Services with ASP.NET Web API and Entity Framework 6
If you are building web services that interact with a database, chances are they are not written in a scalable fashion. Web services based either on WCF, which supports both SOAP and REST, or on ASP.NET Web API, which exclusively … Continue reading →
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- WCF Data Services versus WCF Soap Services
Someone recently asked me this question: When a company that has been using 2 tiers wants to move to n-tier, what are the considerations for choosing WCF and STEs [or Trackable DTOs] vs. WCF Data Services? This is a great question because it relates to a recent re-alignment of what used to be called “ADO.NET Data Services” (code-named Astoria) under the umbrella of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), as well as the renaming of.NET RIA Services to WCF RIA Services. And if we were only talking about a service programming model, you might be right. Sweet.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Tuesday, April 13, 2010
- Using Silverlight to Access WIF secured WCF Services
An example would be that the user first authenticates with the web application and then starts the Silverlight app from there. In this case the.XAP comes from some server down to the client (in or out-of-browser) and wants to communicate with some back-end service on a different machine. This back-end service requires an issued token from a STS. Thanks to WIF this is not hard to do when you control the token service. You could add a simple REST or SOAP head that returns tokens. Sending the token to the Service. Hopefully this will be a non-issue soon.
www.leastprivilege.com - Wednesday, October 28, 2009
- Thinktecture StarterSTS 1.0 RTW
started to work with what’s now called WIF approximately two years ago – and built various security token services for customers, demos and internal use. The idea behind StarterSTS was to have a non-trivial security token service sample that demonstrates the typical tasks of an STS (where it turns out that issuing tokens is by far the smallest part) and at the same time is real world enough to be directly used in specialized situations like development STSes. Federating your first web application. Federating with web services. Using the REST endpoint.
www.leastprivilege.com - Saturday, April 3, 2010
- Who is Improving LINQ to SQL? Plinqo by Code Smith!
Nevertheless, I have a consulting client, Credit Solutions , that uses LINQ to SQL for their line-of-business web application and has had a very favorable experience working with it. Actually, Plinqo creates two files: one for the code-generated entity, and another for your own custom metadata that will not be overwritten by the code-generator (for example, attributes that can drive a dynamic data web site ). And to top it off, Plinqo has templates to create an ADO.NET Data Services layer that exposes entities via a REST-ful web service.
Tony and Zuzana's World - Tuesday, August 4, 2009