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Hosting a WCF service in IIS

In previous posts I described how to create a basic web service and connect to it without using a proxy generated by Visual Studio. The next step is to describe how to setup IIS to use WCF through Http and connect to it with a client.

willem | Mar 25 2014 7:23 PM| 3 Comments | more...

Creating a WCF client

In my previous post I showed how to make a simple WCF service. In this post I will show you how to use this service without using a proxy. A proxy is used to connect to the service if you don't have access to the code of the service. Since we created the service ourselves it is sufficient to make a reference only.

willem | Feb 5 2014 2:17 PM| No Comments | more...

Creating a basic service in WCF

For a project I did recently we were using devices that were connected with our server through a TCP connection. Every time we released a new version of the server software we had to restart the service which caused a disconnect event in all devices. Then, when the devices rebooted, they all try to connect at the same time, giving the service a hard time setting up all the connections.

willem | Jan 30 2014 9:40 PM| No Comments | more...

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I'm a web application developer specialising in asp.net. I have skills in asp.net, C#, html5, javascript, asp.net mvc, design patterns and more.

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The Monack Framework

I post articles about the development of my open source web application framework The Monack Framework (MonackFr).

This is a framework that makes it easy to build and develiver custom web applications.

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