- Taschenbuch: 908 Seiten
- Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates; Auflage: 3 (20. September 2010)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0596805489
- ISBN-13: 978-0596805487
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 4,5 x 23,3 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 2 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 122.521 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Programming WCF Services: Mastering WCF and the Azure AppFabric Service Bus (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 20. September 2010
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Juval Lowy is a software architect and the principal of IDesign (www.idesign.net), specializing in .NET architecture consulting and advanced .NET training. He is Microsoft's Regional Director for the Silicon Valley, working with Microsoft on .NET and cloud adoption. Juval participates in Microsoft internal design reviews for future versions of .NET and related technologies. Juval publishes numerous articles regarding almost every aspect of .NET development, and is a frequent presenter at development conferences. Microsoft has deemed him a Software Legend, and one of the world's top .NET experts and industry leaders.
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Leider fehlen jedoch Konzepte, wie man z.B. mit .NET-fremden Technologien am besten mit einem WCF-Dienst interagiert. Die Kommunikation per HTTP(S) kommt meiner Meinung nach zu kurz.
"Programming WCF" bietet einen guten Überblick über die Struktur von WCF.
Im Buch werden auch viele Beispiele gegeben, wie z.B. die Konfigurationsdatei eines WCF Services auszusehen hat.
Kann das Buch daher, ruhigen Gewissens empfehlen.
Was mir persönlich noch fehlt, ist die Verknüpfung von WCF mit anderen .NET Technologien wie z.B. dem "Managed Add-In Framework" oder dem "Managed Extensibility Framework".
Aber trotzdem sehr empfehlenswert!
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I would have liked to have seen more guidance from the authors on the patterns for using the book. "once your app is working, then look at security in this way..., then look at transport considerations in this way...". That would make the book more of a directive tool and less of a reference-only tool.
With the second application, I began with this book. My confidence level was much higher by the time I began coding and testing. The application uses DLL injection and both ends are in Windows forms. I surmounted all problems with the rich detail in this book. It's rare to find a book that you prefer over all the data that can be obtained from search engines. My book has many, many highlighted sentences I refer to during development. It is indispensable.
I've been surprised and disappointed to find little of practical use in Programming WCF Services.
Every time I have a problem and I turn to this book for guidance, I quite often find that the topic I'm researching isn't even covered. My area in WCF is security, and the security chapter is maddeningly abstract and off the mark. I don't need a lecture on the high-level requirements of various security models, I need to know what to use in WCF to make those models actually work.
There is also a preoccupation with the wonders of his ServiceModelEx that distracts from the task at hand: understanding WCF itself.
I'm hoping I've missed something, and I'm going to try for the third time to dig deep and see what this book has to offer.
However, my first two passes and a variety of task-specific lookups have left me thinking that this book promises a lot more than it delivers.
Seriously, if I suddenly get it on this pass, I'll come back and revise my review.
1.This is a comprehensive book on WCF for people who want to have a thorough understanding of WCF.
2.Beginners should avoid this book because it may make WCF so intimidating that, I am afraid, some may seek alternatives to WCF after a look at this book. Microsoft has done a great job in making WCF so easy to implement that some simple use of web services can be implemented literally in minutes both on the server side and the client side. This book is great for advanced users who want a deep understanding of WCF. One may never need such a book if he only has some light use of web services.
A great strength of WCF is that it allows the consumption of general SOAP based web service to be as easy as consuming WCF services. This is one of significant advantages making .Net stand out as a superior framework. Unfortunately, this book does not elaborate on this. Just one or two pages explaining SOAP, WS1.2, Addressing 1.0, etc. would be very beneficial to readers.
Liked the format of the book. Starts explanation from a basic level and then gets into more details, but not too much to bore you.
Definitely recommend it.