Category Archives: HTTP

Getting Fiddler and the .NET Framework to Play (better) Together

I was working on a sample over this weekend and kept running into a wall related to Fiddler that was driving me crazy.  Fortunately, I was able to find a solution thanks to Eric Lawrence and so I want to … Continue reading 

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WebSockets, RIA/JS and WCF Web API at MIX, a whole lotta love for the web

MIX was indeed a busy time for the WCF Team. We delivered several talks, and released several shiny new toys to the community for folks that are building web-based systems. WebSockets Craig Kitterman of our Interoperability group, and Paul Batum, … Continue reading 

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Exploring resources, a resource programming model, and code-based configuration. Disclaimer: Early prototype At Oredev 2010 in Sweden (which btw is an AMAZING conference), I demonstrated a prototype of a convention-based resource programming model for our new HTTP apis. In this post I’m going to discuss a bit of … Continue reading 


WCF Web APIs, HTTP your way

At PDC in my session  “Building Web APIs for the Highly Connected Web” we announced WCF Web APIs, new work we are doing to make HTTP first class in WCF. In this post I am going to describe what we … Continue reading 


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