Oct 022014
 
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Today Syncfusion published the ServiceStack Succinctly e-book of which I’m (the proud) author. If you are interested in using the ServiceStack framework for building RESTful services, then this e-book is a great start.
Check It out by downloading it for free from the Syncfusion web site

I would like to thank Ricardo Peres for the great contribution and the whole Syncfusion team for the fantastic support.

Soon there will be new articles about ServiceStack published on agile-code.com, so keep tuned!

ServiceStack Succinctly

ServiceStack Succinctly

ServiceStack is an open source framework designed to be an alternative to the WCF, ASP.NET MVC, and ASP.NET Web API frameworks. It supports REST and SOAP endpoints, auto configuration of data formats, inversion of control containers, object-relational mapping, caching mechanisms, and much more. With ServiceStack Succinctly by Zoran Maksimovic, you’ll learn the basics by creating and implementing a simple order management system, and in no time you’ll see why so many web developers rely on it.

Table of Contents

01. ServiceStack Overview
02. ServiceStack Basics
03. Order Management System
04. Solution Configuration
05. Service Implementation
06. Pagination
07. Authentication
08. Caching
09. Logging
10. Profiling
11. Extending ServiceStack
12. Documenting Web Services

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      7 Responses to “ServiceStack Succinctly – free e-book”

    1. Thank you for the book. I have a question. I want to write a Windows Forms application (yes…!) and have it use a hosted database using a public hosting company. The Winfoms client would communicate with the database on the server via the ServerStack service. I could not find an example showing a Winform example. Could you kindly point me to a link? Also, in this scenario, why would one choose a ServerStack implementation insted of MVC API 2? Thx much.

      • Hi Emma,
        There is virtually no difference calling your Web Service from the WinForms. WinForm in this case would be as any other client.
        There are examples in the book showing wow to call the Web Service by using c#.
        Zoran

    2. Thanks, for posting Free Ebook of latest technology

    3. Great post, thanks to share free e-book with all. We will contact you soon.

    4. Hello Zoran, Thank You & syncfusion for the ebook do you have the code for this example hosted on github?

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