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BidNow is an online auction site designed to demonstrate how you can build highly scalable consumer applications running in the Windows Azure Platform.
BidNow is an online auction site designed to demonstrate how you can build highly scalable consumer applications running in the Windows Azure Platform.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Apr 20 2009  | Contributors: 4
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Many Web applications today are starting to expose data as REST service interfaces, so it can be accessed through APIs by other tiers of the application or even by other applications. A RESTful we...
Many Web applications today are starting to expose data as REST service interfaces, so it can be accessed through APIs by other tiers of the application or even by other applications. A RESTful web service is a simple Web service implemented using HTTP and the principles of REST. REST Services focus on resources; each one is represented by a unique URI, and users interact with them via their URI using the HTTP uniform interface. Existing applications can also benefit from exposing services with REST over HTTP, with an approach that does not require developers to re-architect the entire application. This Web Application Toolkit shows how to easily add REST service interfaces for an existing Web application. The Web Application Toolkit includes a sample of REST services based on a fictitious online auction site. It exposes an API using REST services built with the Windows Communication Foundation that can consumed by client applications. Two sample client applications are included, one using simple ASP.NET pages to consume the REST service and show a list of ending auctions, and a second Web application using AJAX to asynchronously invoke the REST service to show a list of most viewed auctions. The Web Application Toolkit also includes a custom project template for Visual Studio to make it easier to build new REST Services.
Popular tags: WebAppToolkits, Web App Toolkits, rest, DPE, WCF
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jul 26 2009  | Contributors: 2
REST Services 1.2
Feb 10 2010
This Web Application Toolkit is designed to demonstrate how to extend an existing ASP.NET MVC Web application to provide access from mobile devices. To enable mobile access, the Web application sho...
This Web Application Toolkit is designed to demonstrate how to extend an existing ASP.NET MVC Web application to provide access from mobile devices. To enable mobile access, the Web application should have views targeting each of the mobile devices to be supported. The MVC pattern helps you create applications that separate the different aspects of the application (input logic, business logic, and UI logic), while providing a loose coupling between these elements. The pattern specifies where each kind of logic should be located in the application. The UI logic belongs in the view. Input logic belongs in the controller. Business logic belongs in the model. This separation helps you manage complexity when you build an application, because it enables you to focus on one aspect of the implementation at a time. For example, you can focus on the view without depending on the business logic. In this Web Application Toolkit we use the MVC pattern to create several views targeting different kind of browsers reusing the same business logic. For this implementation, we use the ASP.NET MVC framework which provides an alternative to the ASP.NET Web Forms pattern for creating MVC-based Web applications. The ASP.NET MVC framework is a lightweight, highly testable presentation framework that is integrated with existing ASP.NET features, such as master pages and membership-based authentication. For extending the Web application to use mobile specific views, this sample provides a reusable component called MobileCapableViewEngine that enables the Web application to show the appropriate view depending on the device's browser that is performing the request.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jul 26 2009  | Contributors: 2
This Web Application Toolkit is designed to demonstrate how to generate and send dynamic, template-based emails from a web application. There are many common scenarios where notification emails nee...
This Web Application Toolkit is designed to demonstrate how to generate and send dynamic, template-based emails from a web application. There are many common scenarios where notification emails need to be sent to end users. Examples of these common scenarios may involve notifying a user of their newly created account, sending a new password in respond to a forgotten password request, or emailing an alert under specific business circumstances, such as the creation of a order. Typically the E-mails sent from a Web application scenario are formatted as HTML, include CSS stylesheets, and images and need to be generated dynamically with custom or user-specific data. This Web Application Toolkit provides a reusable component named TemplateDrivenEmail that can be used to easily generate and send dynamic, HTML-formatted emails based on templates that you can easily create and customize. The TemplateDrivenEmail component is a .NET Class Library that can easily be included in your solution and used with an ASP.NET Web Application, a background application such as a Windows Service, or any other type of .NET application. The email templates are based on a standard XML technology know as Extensible Stylesheet Language. This Web Application Toolkit also includes an example that shows how to use the TemplateDrivenEmail component.
Popular tags: WebAppToolkits, Web App Toolkits, DPE
Downloads: 0 | Started: Jul 26 2009  | Contributors: 2
Site for materials from the Microsoft DPE East Region Evangelism team: blogs, events, videos.
Site for materials from the Microsoft DPE East Region Evangelism team: blogs, events, videos.
Downloads: 0 | Started: Sep 11 2009  | Contributors: 4
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