Manage WCF 4.5 Service Configurations from One Location

In an earlier post, I showed how you can configure a WCF 4.5 Web Service in an ASP.NET site with a few lines of code in the beta version of the .NET Framework 4.5; in a later post, I showed how you could configure a WCF 4.5 service both as a TCP-based service and a […]
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Beyond Configuring Web Services in WCF 4.5

In my previous post, I looked at how easy it was to add a basic HTTP Web Service to a Web site in the beta of the .NET Framework 4.5 through code: Just add a shared/static method called Configure to your service and put some code in it to configure the ServiceConfiguration object passed to […]
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One Line of Code to Configure WCF 4.5

The WCF 4.5 beta simplifies configuring WCF, provides better support for code-based configuration, and makes it easier to do code-based configuration in Web sites. Don’t get me wrong: I like the WCF configuration files but, I gather, I may be in a minority. Many developers prefer to configure their WCF services from code where possible. […]
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How to Use ViewModels Without Sacrificing Encapsulation

I have been using ASP.NET MVC extensively over the past year, and the more I use it, the more I like it. However, there remain a couple of things that bug me. One is the fact that the built-in validation doesn’t work with repeating forms. The other is the ”best practice” of placing Data Annotations […]
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Managing Screen Updates When Loading UI Controls Using Ajax

I came across an interesting problem recently while working on www.cocktailsrus.com. I was adding a new rating system allowing members to rate cocktails on a scale of 1-5. I wanted to do something that was accessible, but also visually appealing and appropriate, so that this: could easily and accessibly be converted into this: The answer, […]
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