Content tagged with: WCF
Learn a couple of techniques for achieving call monitoring and call authorization with WCF services. This video shows how to write parameter inspectors, operation behaviors, and service behaviors; and how to install and reuse them easily. If you’ve been writing WCF services for a while, you know that this technology gives you superior flexibility for providing and consuming services. There are many permutations with which you can configure your services but this flexibility is not the only thing that makes WCF an incredible technology. You can also hook into …
This tutorial explains how to extend WCF to create custom Message Interceptors. We will first take a look at how we can create our custom interceptors and hook them into the WCF pipeline. We will then take a look at how we can intercept both inbound and outbound messages to allow us to perform some sort of actions against the messages.
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This video presents how developers can build RESTful solutions using Microsoft’s technologies, especially with WCF and .NET.
This video looks at how you can use Visual Studio 2010 to perform load testing on your WCF services. When you build any WCF services, it is very important to understand how they will handle under load and stress. You want know that your services will respond well under peak load in order to allow your users to have a solid experience. Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate has tools built in which will give you this ability.
This tutorial shows how BDD can be done from early requirement collection stage to late integration tests. It explains breaking user stories into behaviors, and then developers and test engineers taking the behavior specs and writing a WCF service and unit test for it, in parallel, and then eventually integrating the WCF service and doing the integration tests. It introduces how mocking is done using the Moq library. Moreover, it shows a way how you can write test once and do both unit and integration tests at the flip of …