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  • AngularJS Fundamental Concepts for Building Web Applications: Part 2
    Magazine/Issue: Online CoDe Magazine, Book Excerpts
    Release Date: Tuesday, August 19, 2014
    Quick ID: 1410004
    In Part 2 of this series, programming expert Jesse Smith continues his discussion of AngularJS by exploring modules and services.

  • 2 - Making Software a Service

    Magazine/Issue: Online CoDe Magazine, Book Excerpts
    Release Date: Monday, June 20, 2011
    Quick ID: 1105063
    “This excerpt is from the book, ‘Building Applications in the Cloud: Concepts, Patterns, and Projects’ by Christopher Moyer. (Pearson/Addison-Wesley Professional, April 2011, ISBN 0321720202, Copyright 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. For more information, please visit the publisher site: www.informit.com/title/0321720202)

  • SharePoint Applied: Enterprise Content Types

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2010 Nov/Dec
    Release Date: Friday, October 22, 2010
    Quick ID: 1011031
    This article is excerpted from Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Building Solutions for SharePoint 2010 by Sahil Malik, published by APress, copyright 2010 and is printed with the publisher’s permission.

  • Five Steps Closer to Five Nines with WCF & Windows Azure

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2009 Sep/Oct
    Release Date: Monday, August 17, 2009
    Quick ID: 0909091
    Delivering applications and services that are highly available is expensive.

  • Twitter Programming Using WCF & REST

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2009 Sep/Oct
    Release Date: Sunday, August 16, 2009
    Quick ID: 0909061
    Along with an easy site with which you can access your account, there are many really cool Twitter clients out there. This is thanks to an exposed API that you can use to access all of Twitter’s features. The great thing is that this API uses a technology that WCF has embraced completely; I’m talking about REST. Though you can certainly use straight network programming to access and update your Twitter account, why not use the technology that Microsoft has put all their eggs into as far as communications programming is concerned? Twitter is, after all, all about communicating, right?

  • Silverlight Enabled Live Search

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2009 Mar/Apr
    Release Date: Friday, February 27, 2009
    Quick ID: 0903051
    Tapping the full potential of RIA applications means involving remote Web services. In this article, I’ll present techniques that demonstrate how to communicate between Silverlight and Live Search using Silverlight’s services infrastructure.

  • Programming Twittering with Visual Basic

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2009 Mar/Apr
    Release Date: Friday, February 27, 2009
    Quick ID: 0903071
    Social networking has reached critical mass. One unique social networking platform, Twitter, launched in March of 2006 and took the world by storm with its social networking and microblogging platform.The developers of Twitter had the forethought to provide a REST -based API. Numerous developers have used the REST-based API to build Twitter clients on dozens of different platforms. In this article I’ll demonstrate how to access Twitter using the .NET platform.

  • The Baker’s Dozen: A 13-Step Crash Course for Learning Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2007 - May/Jun
    Release Date: Thursday, April 26, 2007
    Quick ID: 0705041
    This article will present a crash-course in the basics of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). WCF is one of the exciting new capabilities in the .NET 3.0 Framework. It provides a unified and uniform programming model for building distributed applications. Those who previously built multiple code bases to deal with Web services and .NET remoting will surely come to appreciate the power standardization that WCF offers. WCF, like any other new technology, requires research and experimentation to become productive. This article will assume no prior experience with WCF, and will walk you through some basic exercises and steps to show WCF’s capabilities.

  • Manage Custom Security Credentials the Smart (Client) Way

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2005 - Nov/Dec
    Release Date: Friday, October 28, 2005
    Quick ID: 0511031
    Both Internet and intranet applications often require a custom store for user accounts and roles. ASP.NET 2.0 provides an out-of-the-box provider model as well as a SQL Sever database just for that propose. Unfortunately, the only way to administer the credentials databases is via Visual Studio 2005, and only for local Web applications. This article presents a full-blown custom security management application that administrators can use. The application wraps the ASP.NET 2.0 providers with a Web service and even adds missing features. This article presents the design approaches, challenges, and techniques involved in developing such an application. The article also walks you through some powerful yet useful techniques such as interface-based Web services, reflection-based Web service compatibility, advanced C# 2.0, Web services security, and Web services transactions.

  • Introducing Contract First

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2005 - Jul/Aug
    Release Date: Monday, June 20, 2005
    Quick ID: 0507061
    So much of the literature about writing application now involves Web services.Many publications and blogs consider Web services to be the silver bullet because they are so easy to implement in .NET and do very easily interoperate with disconnected systems. But are people really using Web services the way they should be used? I beg to differ on that point.

  • Service-Oriented Architecture

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2005 - May/Jun
    Release Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2005
    Quick ID: 0505081
    Service-Oriented Architecture, or SOA, is the newest acronym to become a buzzword among developers, IT Managers, and CTOs.It seems that everyone is talking about making an SOA and how much it will improve their operations, yet most people are hard-pressed to define not only what an SOA is, but also to quantify what specific value it might provide to their organizations. Many simply assert that their SOA architecture comprises a group of Web Services through which they can expose business logic over the Internet.

  • Remote Object Models In .NET

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2003 - Jan/Feb
    Release Date: Sunday, December 15, 2002
    Quick ID: 0301091
    Modern applications are no longer isolated, stand-alone applications, limited to a single process or machine. Distributed applications allow you to put components in close proximity to the resources they use, allow multiple users to access the application, enable scalability and throughput, and increase overall availability and fault isolation. Component-oriented programming is especially geared towards distribution because it is all about breaking the application into a set of interacting components, which you can then distribute to different locations. .NET has a vast infrastructure supporting distributed applications and remote calls. This article focuses on just a single aspect of .NET remoting: the different object activation models available to a distributed application.

  • Introducing .NET My Services

    Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2002 - May/June
    Release Date: Monday, April 15, 2002
    Quick ID: 0205061
    .NET My Services is Microsoft's first attempt at creating a professional, commercial and widely available Web Services platform.The .NET My Services umbrella hosts a number of different Web services, such as a Calendar service, a Contacts repository, and much, much more. These services are major building blocks for the "Everywhere, Anytime" vision, but best of all, they are relatively easy to implement and use in your own applications and Web sites!



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