Silverlight 4 Beta Networking. Part 5 - HTTP Methods/Stacks

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A set of short screencasts providing a "tour" of the network capabilites in the Silverlight 4 beta. We'll look at raw HTTP access, socket access and WCF capabilities.

In this video, we take a look at using HTTP methods beyond GET/POST and introduce the idea of the other HTTP networking stack.

The next video in this series is here and the previous videos are;

Part 1 - WebClient and HTTP GET, XML
Part 2 - WebClient and HTTP GET, RSS, ATOM, JSON
Part 3 - WebClient, HttWebpRequest and HTTP POST
Part 4 - Cross Domain and Cross Scheme

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    illuminus

    I am really liking this series so far - I watched the first 4 videos yesterday, this one today, and am looking forward to any more you will be doing on this topic.

     

    If Silverlight 4 Beta was supported for VS2010 RC, I would be following along, but alas.

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    mtaulty

    illuminus,

     

    Thanks for the feedback - much appreciated. I take your point about VS2010 RC - I'm in the same place myself and have stuck with the beta for the moment. Hopefully, this will get sorted out soon Smiley

     

    By the way - there's around another 6 of these videos to publish yet, working my way through and will publish 1 or 2 a day for the next few days.

     

    Mike.

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    opposumgarou

    i like these videos . do you have some videos and tutos , about Channel Model in WCF.

     

    (excusez l'anglais , je suis français).

     

    jean-luc

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    opposumgarou

    i have a question ,

     

    i would like use WCF4 (Channel object model) , and WF4  , in order to build , a custom transaction object (an activity). and use it with a workflow (scheduled workflow IHE , for example).

     

    i continue in french -> d'une manière plus générale , j'aurais une application qui ferai différents Workflow de transactions avec d'autres applications , avec différents types de messages (HL7 , DICOM,... ). et en utilisant différents mode de transports (TCP , HTTP , SMTP/POP3 , web service ...). 

     

    J'avais pensé utilisé les possibilités qu'offre le couple WCF4/WF4 (re-hosting du designer ,Channel ...), pour construire une infrastructure de communication et d'orchestration qui me permettrais de faire tout ce que je veux.

     

    do you have an idea for this ?

     

    Jean-luc

     

     

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