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So I have been doing preliminary work for my iOS talk for a while, but did not get into the meat of the project until recently. One day I envision my talk uploading pictures from a camera on an iPhone or iPad into SharePoint and telling people how I did it. As you know with my Silverlight talk and any new technology, building new talks with new technologies always ends up with some pain points that you must jump over just to grab data. So step 1 always starts out with how do we even access a webservice ...
I found this great article that tells you how to do testing for WCF services exposed as web services, especially REST services (like the ones we create in my company for the project I work on now). What’s the problem ? Typically, for HTTP GET services, you can just put a URL that matches the URI template of the service (the template of the URLs that call the service) in the browser, and simply see what comes back in the browser itself However, when you want to test a service with other HTTP verbs ...
This is the email I sent to SilverKey Tech. Egypt dev team yesterday, sharing here as usual. Article: Info Q: Don't Let Consumers and Service Providers Communicate Directly Just because someone is developing with Web Services does not mean they are following SOA principles Just because you're using HTTP and HTML doesn't mean you get into that camp and vice versa Weblog: "Making IT work" - Musings of a Holistict Architect Weblog: Udi Dahan Article: Autonomous Services and Enterprise Entity Aggregation ...