Showing posts with label Web Services. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Web Services. Show all posts

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Understanding the Basics of Web Service in ASP.NET


Connectivity between applications is very important. Connectivity in any case is very important for that matter but it specially is very important between applications. Connecting web application used to be a big challenge before the advent of technologies like SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol). The reason it was so difficult was, there were so many technologies people were working in. The applications were hosted on different types of servers, etc. But these things should not be a barrier to facilitate the communication between applications. The only requirement was to have some standards to follow and standard ways of doing things so that the applications become capable of communicating with other applications irrespective of the technologies used.

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Monday, September 10, 2012

Connecting Win8 applications with services: Part 2: Working with REST, oData and RSS from Windows 8 applications


In the first article of this series, we looked at how Windows 8 applications can work in general with services. We saw that the way that Windows 8 apps communicate with a service layer, is similar to how we performed the communication in Silverlight. Without a local database, Windows 8 apps need to talk to a service layer for all their relational data needs. Service communication is asynchronous, but instead of having to write a callback, in Windows 8, we can work with the async/await pattern. Once the data is available locally, we can use it in data binding scenarios.

We've seen how communication with ASMX and WCF services is done. Let's know look at some other common types of services: REST, oData and RSS.

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Connecting Win8 applications with services: Part 1: Using services to get data in our Windows 8 applications


Windows 8's biggest novelty is without a doubt "Apps". Microsoft is entering the world of apps and is for the first time introducing a "real marketplace", named the Windows 8 Store where developers can publish, market and sell their applications. This new (for Microsoft developers at least) way of working requires in many views a change of mindset. We as developers are facing many new things, including a new application lifetime management, a new API (WinRT), a different type of communication between apps (Contracts), a new Start experience (Tiles) and many more.

Since apps are going to be distributed through the means of a store, topics such as accessing data also requires some thought. In many views, accessing data through services is similar to accessing data in Silverlight applications. Although the principles are similar, the implementation tends to differ in many places.

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