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Getting started with ASP.NET Web API OData in 3 simple steps

With the upcoming ASP.NET 2012.2 release, we’ll be adding support for OData to Web API. In this blog post, I’ll go over the three simple steps you’ll need to go through to get your first OData service up and running: Before we dive in, the code snippets in this post won’t work if you’re using the RC build. You can ...

ASP.NET MVC, Data Access, and Deployment Content Maps Published

We are pleased to announce the publication on the ASP.NET site of three guides to ASP.NET documentation resources: The content maps provide links to good quality up-to-date tutorials, articles, blogs, videos, and forum and StackOverflow threads. The guides exist on MSDN, but we’re publishing updated versions on the ASP.NET ...

Introducing SvcPerf – An End-to-End trace Analysis tool for WCF

Standardizing on ETW In 4.5 we introduced ETW tracing for WCF. In the past couple of months we have been trying to establish some common tools that can be used to debug and analyze ETW traces from WCF. We have a large number of tools that allow ETW analysis and the one aspect we wanted to do was to allow activity correlation which WCF uses ...

XDT (web.config) transform engine released on NuGet

We have just released the XDT transform engine on NuGet, with a license which allows you to redistribute the assembly with your own product. . If you are not familiar with XDT it is a XML transformation engine which drives our web.config transforms in Visual Studio. You can read more about XDT at here. You can now take a dependency on XDT and ...

Real Scenario: folder deployment scenarios with MSDeploy

Hi everyone Sayed here. I recently had a customer, Johan, contact me to help with some challenges regarding deployment automation. He had some very specific requirements, but he was able to automate the entire process. He has been kind enough to agree to write up his experience to share with everyone. His story is below. If you have any ...

Dual Mode Sockets – Never create an IPv4 Socket again

The Problem:If you’ve worked with network programing in recent years you’ve probably had to grapple with the IPv4 vs. IPv6 issue at some point.  In short, IPv6 is a great new technology for the future of networking, but most applications will still have to support IPv4 for several years during the transition. Working at ...

C# is the “Language of the Year”

It’s a great way to start a new year: the PYPL index has named C# the language of the year. This index focuses on the leading indicator of learning a language. It’s nice to see that there’s been increased interest in C# over the past year. In the spirit of learning something new, here’s what we suggest you check out if ...
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