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Microsoft Message Queuing’s (MSMQ) integration with the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is extremely powerful. It enables MSMQ developers to write fault-tolerant, service-oriented applicati...
Microsoft Message Queuing’s (MSMQ) integration with the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is extremely powerful. It enables MSMQ developers to write fault-tolerant, service-oriented applications and provides a robust extensibility model developers can use to improve any system’s capabilities – including MSMQ’s. In this video and corresponding sample we'll convert a System.Messaging application into a WCF Queuing application, enable that application to overcome MSMQ’s 4mb message size limitation with a prototype chunking channel, and integrate it seamlessly with existing MSMQ applications.
Popular tags: WCF, Videos, restful, rest, MSMQ, C#, Chunking Channel
Downloads: 191 | Started: Jan 29 2008  | Contributors: 1
Perseus is a small project designed to explore ways for exchanging graphs of Entity Framework entities over WCF web services. The key piece of the project is EntityBag<T> which stores a graph of e...
Perseus is a small project designed to explore ways for exchanging graphs of Entity Framework entities over WCF web services. The key piece of the project is EntityBag<T> which stores a graph of entities along with change tracking information. Here's hoping no one will use this to store & transport something as nasty as Medusa's head. ;-)
Popular tags: Entity Framework, ADO.NET, Entity Data Model, rest, restful, rss, WCF
Downloads: 24 | Started: Jan 24 2008  | Contributors: 2
Perseus 1.1
Jan 27 2008
When offering services via a Web site, a popular way to attract first time users is to offer a free version of the software that has limited functionality. A good way to convert that non-paying cus...
When offering services via a Web site, a popular way to attract first time users is to offer a free version of the software that has limited functionality. A good way to convert that non-paying customer into a paying customer is to offer more functionality and features beyond what is available in the free version and allow the transition between versions to be seamless. This business model of delivering “basic services for free, while charging a premium for advanced or special features” is known as the Freemium business model. Often developers create custom branches of their core application to enable this type of functionality but this is not the most cost effective solution as maintaining two code-bases is expensive. The migration between different Stock-Keeping Units (SKUs) of the product might also require work on the part of the customer and this is another barrier to adoption. This Web Application Toolkit offers a more elegant and cost-effective way to solve this problem by using a SKU/Features matrix to manage which features are available in certain SKUs. The Toolkit makes it easy for the developer to ascertain which SKU the current user has paid for and also which functionality should therefore be available to them by using standard ASP.NET Role Management features together with WCF REST Services to retrieve the SKU/Features information. The Toolkit also provides reusable ASP.NET MVC views and controllers for developers to create admin experiences for managing the SKU/Feature matrix and page templates to explain to customers about the different SKUs or versions available. Please notice that functionality provided in this Toolkit is mostly oriented for integration within an ASP.NET MVC Web application.
Popular tags: freemium, rest, restful, WCF, Web App Toolkits, WebAppToolkits
Downloads: 0 | Started: Feb 10 2010  | Contributors: 3
Freemium 1.1
Jul 14 2010
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