Create Image Server using WCF WEB HTTP Service

Last post I wrote on WCF Web HTTP Service: why and how. This post was for beginners in which I discussed how to get it started and write your fist WCF WEB HTTP Service. In this post we will go one step further and learn to work with streams or to be precisely images. Service … Continue reading Create Image Server using WCF WEB HTTP Service

WCF Web HTTP Service: why and how

Very often I talk on WCF to user groups and find developers confused on various forms of WCF. For example some of the questions I get are as follows How to create REST Service Can we create REST and SOAP Service together What is WCF Web HTTP Service How Web HTTP Service and WCF REST … Continue reading WCF Web HTTP Service: why and how

CRUD operation on ASP.NET Web API from .NET client

In this post we will learn to work with CRUD operation on ASP.NET Web API. We will learn To create CRUD operation on ASP.NET Web API Using Entity model to create model Creating repository to perform CRUD operation Consuming service in .NET Console Client I can draw architecture of this blog post as following, Let … Continue reading CRUD operation on ASP.NET Web API from .NET client

ASP.Net Web API Service in Windows Phone: Part 4 of Many

Creating First HTTP Service using ASP.NET Web API: Part1 of Many Consuming ASP.NET Web API Service using HttpClient: Part2 of Many How to Self-Host ASP.Net Web API: Part 3 of Many In this post we will consume ASP.Net Web API HTTP Service in Windows Phone Application. If you do not specify header information in HTTP … Continue reading ASP.Net Web API Service in Windows Phone: Part 4 of Many

How to Self-Host ASP.Net Web API: Part 3 of Many

Creating First HTTP Service using ASP.NET Web API: Part1 of Many Consuming ASP.NET Web API Service using HttpClient: Part2 of Many In this post, we will step by step walkthrough that How to Self-Host ASP.Net Web API. We are going to host Web API in a console application. To do that creates a Console Application. … Continue reading How to Self-Host ASP.Net Web API: Part 3 of Many

Consuming ASP.NET Web API Service using HttpClient: Part2 of Many

Read Part 1 Here I am in love with ASP.NET Web API hence I started writing on the same. In first part of this blog series I have written Creating First HTTP Service using ASP.NET Web API: Part1 of Many. In this post I will show you how you could consume service created in previous … Continue reading Consuming ASP.NET Web API Service using HttpClient: Part2 of Many

Creating First HTTP Service using ASP.NET Web API: Part1 of Many

In this post I will give you basic understating of creating HTTP Services using ASP.NET Web API. Here I am assuming that you are aware of basic ASP.NET MVC. To work with ASP.NET Web API, you need to install ASP.NET MVC 4.0. Download ASP.NET Web API from here and install it from Web Installer. After … Continue reading Creating First HTTP Service using ASP.NET Web API: Part1 of Many

How to create WCF REST Service and host in Windows Azure

In this post, we will create a WCF REST Service and host in Windows Azure. We will learn following things in this post Working with WCF Web Role Enabling REST on WCF Web Role Returning XML and JSON from REST service Deploying WCF Service Web Role to Windows Azure We need to host WCF Service … Continue reading How to create WCF REST Service and host in Windows Azure

WCF REST Service with JSON Data

In this post I will show you working with WCF REST Service with JSON type of Data. I will discuss both POST and GET operation on data type JSON . Creating Service I have written much post on creating basic WCF REST Service. Please refer them if required. WebGet Method Let us create a Get … Continue reading WCF REST Service with JSON Data

Hosting WCF REST Service in IIS with HTTPS

In earlier post I discussed Exposing WCF REST Service over HTTPS. Major limitation on service created in last post was its self-hosted nature. In this post, I will take same service forward and host in IIS. So at the end of this post, you would able to host WCF REST Service in IIS with HTTPS. … Continue reading Hosting WCF REST Service in IIS with HTTPS