WCF 4.5 Hosting :: Intellisense Support For Config File WCF 4.5

Today, in this article let’s play around with one of the interesting and most useful concepts in WCF 4.5.

Question: What is intellisense support for configuration file?

In simple terms “It provides an easy and friendly way to access the code while working with the config file. The intellisense support is now enabled for the WCF config file”.

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WCF 4.5 Hosting :: Intellisense support for config file in WCF 4.5

Today, in this article let’s play around with one of the interesting and most useful concept in WCF 4.5.

Question: What is intellisense support for configuration file?

In simple terms “It provides easy and friendly way to access the code while . . . → Read More: WCF 4.5 Hosting :: Intellisense support for config file in WCF 4.5

WCF 4.5 Hosting :: One Line of Code to Configure WCF 4.5

The WCF 4.5 beta simplifies configuring WCF, provides better support for code-based configuration, and makes it easier to do code-based configuration in Web sites. Don’t get me wrong: I like the WCF configuration files but, I gather, I may be in a minority. Many developers prefer to configure their WCF services from code where possible. Unfortunately, . . . → Read More: WCF 4.5 Hosting :: One Line of Code to Configure WCF 4.5

WCF 4.5 Hosting :: New Features in WCF 4.5

This post discusses the new features in WCF 4.5. There have been significant improvements in WCF 4.5 on configuration.

Simplifying the generated configuration file in client

A client configuration file is generated when you add a service reference in Visual Studio 2010. The configuration files in earlier version of WCF contained the value of every binding property even . . . → Read More: WCF 4.5 Hosting :: New Features in WCF 4.5

Silverlight 5 Hosting :: Using Custom Markup Extensions in Silverlight 5

In this post, I’d like to present a custom markup extension of my own – one that retrieves RESX localization resources and simplifies the task of adding localization support to Silverlight applications.

In the past, RESX-based localization was usually performed in Silverlight XAML with the help of the built-in {Binding} markup extension. To demonstrate, the following example . . . → Read More: Silverlight 5 Hosting :: Using Custom Markup Extensions in Silverlight 5

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