Monthly Archives: October 2010

Taking HTTP support in WCF to the next level

If you are building for the web and the cloud, then you know that HTTP is important. WCF is no stranger to HTTP. Since .NET 3.5, we’ve been continually delivering capabilities in the platform to enable developers to expose services … Continue reading 

Posted in HTTP, REST, WCF | 9 Comments

Yet another simplification of Prism’s EventAggregator syntax part II–mocking extension methods

After my last post, I had quite a healthy discussion with Alex Hung (@alexhung) on you guessed it, testability and mocking. Alex’s observation was although my extension methods were easy to use, they were difficult to test. He had gone … Continue reading 

Posted in EventAggregator, prism | 11 Comments

Yea another simplification of Prism’s EventAggregator syntax

It’s been quite a while since I worked with Prism’s EventAggregator. Today however I need to use it. As soon as I started to write my code, I heard my friend Jeremy Miller in my head saying how much he … Continue reading 

Posted in EventAggregator, prism | 4 Comments