Last time I provided a sample implementation of a PollingDuplexBinding service that could publish messages. Note that as with the server side, a reference must be added to System.ServiceModel.PollingDuplex assembly. I’m now going to give the client side implementation to show how to consume the service. In the previous post I showed the callback interface. […]Read more "PollingDuplexBinding Sample Implementation Part 2"
Part 2 of post, the client implementation. I’ve been playing around with PollingDuplexBinding a bit lately. The application that I’m building communicates with a number of external web services from partners of the organization I work for. The partner companies require a good deal of configuration in order to enable and authenticate the services and […]Read more "PollingDuplexBinding Sample Implementation"
I’m going to post a 2 part series on the basics of WCF services. In this first post I’m going to go over how to host a WCF service and how to manually create a proxy to execute against that service. I’ll say right off the bat, I’m not a huge fan of the “Add […]Read more "Basic WCF Services"
I’m finally going to jump into the var keyword debate. This has been nagging me for a long time and now I’m going to say it. I hate ‘var’ for the simple reason that it makes code significantly less readable. I understand it’s strongly typed and I’m not against it’s functionality. The problem is I […]Read more "Implicitly typed variables in C# using var"