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Ritesh Singh's Programming Blog .Net and more September 2013 Entries
OData in WebAPI
If you've used ASP.Net MVC then you may be aware of Web API which is Microsoft's preferred framework for developing restful web services. It is far superior to something half baked like the WCF REST Starter Kit. WebAPI even has an HttpClient class with a 'self host' to run integration test scenarios. For instance if you're writing a service to get a list of products it might look something like this... mysite/myservice/products Now what if you wanted to filter the results to all products whose id ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 17, 2013 5:21 PM

Blogs I Follow
The following is a list of blogs and miscellaneous websites that I follow. Most of them are technical and I’ll update the list periodically. http://www.hanselman.com/blog/ – Scot Hanselman’s blog is by far one of the nicest blogs for news about dot net as well as nuggets of code on asp.net and last but not least… techie humour. http://weblogs.asp.net/scot... – Scott Guthrie’s blog was an excellent source of news on ASP.Net complete with demos of new features but these days it is mainly about azure. ......

Posted On Tuesday, September 17, 2013 11:14 AM

CLR via C# Review
I stumbled upon the second edition of this excellent book back in 2006 when I was looking for an in depth explanation of delegates in .Net. What I discovered was a book with an immense amount of detail across a vast array of topics such as Events and Delegates, Garbage Collection, Threading as well as an excellent introduction to types in .Net. This is one of those books where certain sections are quite simple to understand and some portions cover such fine detail that it's difficult to grasp everything ......

Posted On Sunday, September 15, 2013 5:33 PM

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