Oct 252014
 

Nicholas has written a very good blog-post regarding the Google DataTable .Net Wrapper and how it helped him to boost the development. Please check it out here. Additionally in the Related Posts section please check the other blog posts regarding Google DataTable .NET Wrapper. Please contact Nicholas or me with your comments or questions!

Oct 022014
 

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 [… read more]

Microsoft ASP.NET Web API Succinctly

 Posted by on December 15, 2013
Dec 152013
 

Recently I had a pleasure to Technically Review the Microsoft ASP.NET Web API Succinctly e-book , which is part of the Syncfusion’s succinctly series e-books, and finally the book got published and it’s immediately available for download! The book’s author has made a good job and has given a lot of good examples of how to use the technology and I cannot do otherwise than recommend [… read more]

May 072013
 

After quite a long time there is a small update on the Google DataTable .NET Wrapper library. For those who are new to the library please check the two previous posts: How to use the Google DataTable .Net Wrapper Library What’s new in Google DataTable .NET Wrapper v3.0.0 What is new? First of all I would like to thank Tom Ziesmer who has substantially contributed [… read more]

Jan 092013
 

Google DataTable .NET Wrapper library got its third version (v3.0.0). In this post I will highlight the changes. For basic information about the library check a previous post of how to use the Google DataTable .Net Wrapper Library To download or consult the source code please visit the project’s CodePlex page or install directly from Visual Studio by using Nuget PM> Install-Package Google.DataTable.Net.Wrapper Custom object properties [… read more]

Dec 272012
 

In the previous post I’ve described how to use the library and what are the main characteristics. For sure there is more to come and follow up, so stay tuned. In this post, I would like to describe the big performance improvements made in the meantime, as I was not fully happy with the serialization performance in the first version. As I have just submitted a [… read more]

Dec 232012
 

As I have just published the Google DataTable .Net Wrapper project on CodePlex, the following post intends to be a quick introduction on the rationale on why this project has been created and its implementation. Read further What is new in Google DataTable .Net Wrapper 3.1 What is new in Google DataTable .Net Wrapper 3.0 Improving Google DataTable .Net Wrapper Quick Project Background While working [… read more]

REST Web Services with Unity.WCF

 Posted by on November 3, 2012
Nov 032012
 

Microsoft WCF framework is the Microsoft (de-facto) platform for developing SOAP Web Services. Even though in the latest .NET 4 version there are many improvements like: simplified configuration and better support for REST web services type, personally I have a love-hate relationship with it because I believe that is not the easiest platform to work on, especially when it comes to the configuration. Dependency Injection [… read more]

Sep 192012
 

In this short tutorial I will show how to create quickly a RESTful service by using Visual Studio 2012, ASP.NET Web API and Advanced REST Client. Download a fully working example that covers all the code mentioned in the post: FirstAspNetWebApi_20120920.zip If you liked the article, please share this page to your twitter followers . Let’s quickly learn some basic concepts: RESTful service REST acronym [… read more]

Jul 242012
 

Just wondering how many different ways are there for creating Web Services (of any kind) in the Microsoft.NET stack. ASP.NET Web Services Introduced from the beginning of the Microsoft.NET. ASP.NET Web Services technology has given a very easy way of creating Services within the Microsoft.NET stack. Even being so easy to implement, ASP.NET Web Services are good only in simple scenarios. ASP.NET Web Services are [… read more]

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