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JavaScript client for talking with WCF server with WebSockets binding

This blog entry is a repost of an answer I wrote at programmers.stackexchange.com. SignalR has a JavaScript API. SignalR helps build asynchronous scalable web applications with real-time persistent long-running connections. Scott Hanselman wrote a great blog post about this. If that’s not your speed, you may be looking for something more like WCF Support for jQuery, which seems to … Continue reading

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JavaScript client for talking with WCF server with WebSockets binding

This blog entry is a repost of an answer I wrote at programmers.stackexchange.com. If you are looking for a JavaScript client for talking with WCF server with WebSockets binding, you might take a look at these two: SignalR has a JavaScript API. SignalR helps build asynchronous scalable web applications with real-time persistent long-running connections. Scott Hanselman wrote … Continue reading

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nServiceBus

So, now that I have a firm grasp of what’s good and bad about WCF -> MSMQ, I’m going to take the evening out to review nServciceBus.  It’s website isn’t down, and I have a pot of tea and a stack of old CD’s, so lets see how much I can figure out.  The inherent pub/sub async … Continue reading

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WCF: A Better Web Service?

According to Microsoft: Windows Communication Foundation is… a part of the .NET Framework that provides a unified programming model for rapidly building service-oriented applications that communicate across the web and the enterprise. If you’ve talked to me about technology or read my blog, you’ll know I’m a big fan of asynchronous, queue based messaging architectures. … Continue reading