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I've been staring at the computer for a few minutes now and I honestly don't know what to write. First I thought of writing about myself, where I was born, where I studied, where I am now... but that seems shallow. Now that I thought about it. I'd rather not talk about who I am because it seems irrelevant right now. What I really want to say is..I'm ......

Introduction REST services has been steadily gaining popularity over the past years. While SOAP web services are still being used, (and will not go away), it is no longer the preferred method of providing an online API (application programming interface) to web sites and/or services. Google for example have stopped supporting their SOAP-based API and ......

One of the benefits of using WCF is that you're not required to host it in IIS. Most people create console hosts during development and then just use windows service in production. This is a quick and very easy way of hosting WCF services especially if you just have 2 or 3 services. However, when the number of wcf services gets too high, controlling ......

One of the more common design patterns used in object oriented languages like C# is the Composite Pattern. The main benefit of using this pattern is that it allows us to treat individual objects and composite of objects in the same way. In the UML below, the type Component is abstract and defines the operations (method1 and method2) which are implemented ......

I bought myself an early christmas gift and purchased the book "Functional Programming in the Real World" by Tomas Petricek. The book is available through Manning's early access program. I've been drooling over this book for a long time and finally I have it now! (cue music: Jingle bells, jingle bells jingle all the way..) Sadly though I have an exam ......

A few months ago I've promised that version 1.1 will be released in July. Today I make good on that promise and am happy to announce that version 1.1 is ready for download! A very big thanks goes out to those who not only have purchased WCFStorm but also provided valuable feedback in terms of feature requests and bug reports. Thank you very much guys. ......

If you're not yet familiar on how to add a service and invoke a method, please see Getting Started The short video below shows how to create and execute a functional test case in WCFStorm. Towards the end of the video, it shows one of the main features of functional testing with WCFStorm - which is the ability to visually view the difference between ......

If you're not yet familiar on how to add a service and invoke a method, please see Getting Started The video below shows the steps on how to create and run performance test cases. When a performance test case is executed, WCFStorm captures the responses and displays a graph in real-time the actual and average response times as well the rate at which ......

In order for WCFStorm to invoke a service having a netTcp endpoint, the service must be configured to expose the WSDL via http. A sample config for the WCF service will be, In above configuration, the service is using 3 bindings. mexHttpBindings is used to expose the WSDL, while netTcpBinding and wsHttpBinding are for the actual methods calls. To test ......

EDIT : Please visit www.wcfstorm.com for th updated tutorials. This is a first in a series for post describing the tasks and the features available inWCF Storm. 1. Getting Started 2. Invoking a service having multiple endpoints. 3. How to create and run a performance test 4. How to create and execute a functional test Ok, so lets get started.... Getting ......

During the last few months I've been working on a commercial tool for testing WCF services. The knowledge I learned building STORM really helped alot in building this tool. So here it is my fellow coders, WCF Storm. It has more features than its open source cousin, STORM and the best part is it works on both WCF and Web services! EDIT : www.wcfstorm.com ......

The Goal Simulate a class using the Record type How we'll do this Create a tool that can translate a number into another format. In particular, we'll convert a number into Roman Numerals or multiply it by 10 Why are you doing this? No particular reason. I was just curious. I was just thinking that if F# did not support OOP, how can I still achieve the ......

F# is an awesome language. I'd choose to write F# code any day over any language if my work allows it. The way you are able to concisely and cleanly write code with it is what brought me over. Sure there is an initial overhead (if you we are an OO programmer) in learning all the functional constructs but in the end its all worth it. Even though you ......

One of the commonly used design pattern is the Observer Pattern because its just so easy to use and implement. The classic OO way of implementing it is to have a Subject class having the methods "Attach", "Detach" and "Notify". The Subject class usually stores the observers in an ArrayList and then when it needs to update the observers then iterates ......

To everyone who've either sent me an email or posted a comment asking whether SoapBits can be made into an open source project, well here I am pleased to let you all know that finally it has happened! SoapBits is now open source and is available at codeplex! In line with this change, it have given it a new name,STORM. (I meant "STORM" to be an acronym ......

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