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iControl isn’t just SOAP anymore… No, iControl isn’t getting lazy. While taking it easy is an important part of life, I’m talking about the other kind of REST. Joe Pruitt - PowerShell ABCs
This is a great series and gave me a great jump start on building a WCF REST service. I just wanted to post a few gotchas that I encountered when deploying to IIS 6. These mostly pertain to using routes (no svc file) so if you're using a svc these may not apply. 1. If you use routes you won't have an extension so you need to use a wildcard application map. - IMPORTANT: Make sure you select the 4 version of the aspnet_isapi.dll Introducing WCF WebHttp Services in .NET 4 - The .NET Endpoint
Hate Add-Member? (PowerShell's Adaptive Type System to the Rescue) - Windows PowerShell Blog Do you hate Add-Member as much as I do? Wait - maybe you aren't familiar with Add-Member or the glory of PowerShell's Adaptive Type System. (ATS). When I looked at the .NET type system, my reaction was "....almost".
Updated: January 2011 Topics in this section describe the purpose of Team Foundation version control commands and provide usage examples. Tf Command-Line Utility Commands
Threading in C# Joseph Albahari Last updated: 2011-4-27 Translations: Chinese | Czech | Persian | Russian | Japanese