Windows Communication Foundation 4 Step by Step (Anglais) Broché – 23 novembre 2010
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Présentation de l'éditeur
Your hands-on, step-by-step guide to building connected, service-oriented applications.
Teach yourself the essentials of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) 4 -- one step at a time. With this practical, learn-by-doing tutorial, you get the clear guidance and hands-on examples you need to begin creating Web services for robust Windows-based business applications.
Discover how to:
- Build and host SOAP and REST services
- Maintain service contracts and data contracts
- Control configuration and communications programmatically
- Implement message encryption, authentication, and authorization
- Manage identity with Windows CardSpace
- Begin working with Windows Workflow Foundation to create scalable and durable business services
- Implement service discovery and message routing
- Optimize performance with service throttling, encoding, and streaming
- Integrate WCF services with ASP.NET clients and enterprise services components
Your Step by Step digital content includes:
- Practice exercises
- Downloadable code samples
- Fully searchable online edition of the book -- with unlimited access on the Web
Biographie de l'auteur
John Sharp is the author of Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation Step by Step and Microsoft Visual C# 2008 Step by Step. He is a principal technologist for Content Master Ltd., where he works on technology and training projects for a variety of international customers.
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This book has some of the best explanations of end point design and message transaction management in any book of the previous 10 years.
The book starts out with a few chapters introducing WCF and Hosting possibilities.
It then contains chapter on securing an enterprise (intranet) as well as what it takes to secure a service exposed to the internet. These are great chapters, but a little confusing when it comes to the certificate deployment to the clients. I also would have like to have seen how to specifically secure Ajax and WPF clients over the internet.
The book then covers transactions, reliable sessions, performance, discovery, routing, REST, asynchronous operations, workflows, state, and data contracts.
The main thing I like about the book is the attempt to show real world situations.
The main thing I thought the book could use was some diagrams (UML or whatever) to help describe the execution of some of the code being explained and to help show some context. I would have also liked to see a complete chapter on just configuration. None of the books I have seen on WCF have very good details on configuration.
The code samples are well organized and very usable.
This is a book that must be read. It is not a quick reference. That is not a bad thing, the explanations are thorough, just not in a quick look up format.
All in all I recommend reading this book. It contains a ton of information and is one of the better WCF 4 books available.
For starters this book is kind of for beginners on WCF but will have other facets on IIS and certificates and do ZERO EXPLANATION of why they did what they did and why.
The chapter on certificates I could not get to work on Windows 7 Pro 64 bit or Windows 8 Pro 64 bit with either Visual Studio 2010 or 2012. It assumes a level of a machine that in many cases will not allow the certificate.
The other issue is sometimes the author will omit things from the next step in the process, not tell you. Then you kind of have to get at his source code to understand: "Oh he removed these endpoints but kept these others and changed the security levels back." Then he duplicated the interface but showed you could do that, but did not mention you should do that.
This book is littered with stuff like this and while the good is that while the author sets up a good repeatable base, the end result is sloppy and many cases you need to jump on Google to see what to do when there is an error. I gave up after Chapter 6 when the author introduced interface versioning and then you create a proxy for Products Version 2. Mine kept failing and stating that the method's return was different than expected in my client method. I found out this was due to a signature change in the method they said to omit but while I got it to work, it was not clear. But overall the book does teach you on security and setting up a service, but you will be expected at times to be on your toes and double check most examples. At first I thought it was me but this happened to other people from what I read so just be leery.
Other than that I will keep the book and go back to it eventually but I did learn a lot on setting up a service and getting it running on a windows service, IIS, or from a proxy. How endpoints work and can be secured, and how you can set security on the message or transport level. So overall I would say about 50/50 on this one and I have read a lot of technical books on C# and SQL. I wanted more from this book but I came away learning what I needed so it was a win overall.
Just have Google at your ready in case you were as unlucky as me.
This book is working great for me to get up to speed on this technology. I have always found that for any subject, the basics and fundamentals are the key to mastery. And those are exactly the focus of this book. Each topic starts with a conceptual overview, and then demonstrates the concepts with concise and WORKING code. I don't know how many times I have conversed with people about programming issues, but it always eventually comes down to "SHOW ME THE CODE".
There is also very good explanation and review of some of the "boilerplate" code generated by Visual studio when using that IDE.
And there are topics for each different method that is used to host WCF services, again with working code that is clear, concise, and very understandable.
Technical books don't get any better than this in my experience. Well done Mr. Sharp! and thank you!
But good part is by facing those problem you will learn a lot. i am still trying to overcome those difficulty. I have to do lots of R&D to fix those issues which are coming because of Windows 8 or 8.1 with VS2012 and MS SQL 2008-12.
If you have no Idea about WCF or you know WCF and you want to learn advance things, please do not buy this book you will waste your money as practical are very much dependent on Windows 7 with VS2010 and MS SQL express addition.