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Creating Web Services for the iPhone with .NET and WCF

Recently, I’ve been writing iPhone applications. The iPhone development tools are great and Objective-C is fun. Sooner or later though, an iPhone app will need to get data from a server. That’s where .NET and WCF come in. WCF is a full-featured, highly automated way of creating Web services that run on Windows servers. However, […]
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Making WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) Services Simpler and More Efficient

This week, I was teaching Learning Tree course 2620: .NET 4 Programming for Existing .NET Developers. This course covers many of .NET’s new features and how they can be used to simplify development. In one chapter we talk about taking advantage of some WCF features WCF Configure-less Services There are a number of things that […]
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Optimizing Windows Azure Services using WCF, REST and JSON

When XML was first proposed it must have been a spoof.  The problem is, nobody got the joke.  Let’s say we had a database of pets and we wanted to export some data.  One choice could be a comma-separated file.  The data might look something like this: The first row is for the headers.  If someone […]
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