WCF is the acronym for Windows Communication Foundation. It is Microsoft's latest technology that enables applications in a distributed environment to communicate with each other.
In this article by, Mike Liu, author of WCF 4.0 Multi-tier Services Development with LINQ to Entities, we will create and test the WCF service by following these steps:
- Create the project using a WCF Service Library template
- Create the project using a WCF Service Application template
- Create the Service Operation Contracts
- Create the Data Contracts
- Add a Product Entity project
- Add a business logic layer project
- Call the business logic layer from the service interface layer
- Test the service
Here ,In this article, we will learn how to separate the service interface layer from the business logic layerRead Implementing a WCF Service in the Real World in full
The previous article, The Grails Object Relational Mapping (GORM) by Fergal Dearle, author of the book Groovy for Domain-Specific Languages, provided us with an overview of the Grails Object Relational Mapping (GORM).
In this article, we will take a look at how GORM helps in modelling different types of relationships between objects.Read Modeling Relationships with GORM in full
The Grails Object Relational Mapping (GORM) is a core component of the Grails web application framework and uses DSL- style techniques to apply persistence to regular Groovy classes.
In this article by Fergal Dearle, author of the book Groovy for Domain-Specific Languages, we will take a look at the Grails Object Relational Mapping (GORM). We will also see how a GORM model is built.Read The Grails Object Relational Mapping (GORM) in full
Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 is a very complete ERP package, but unlike other ERP packages it has a design capable of providing an open structure and a development platform. The idea is to provide 80% of the solution out of the box and allow the other 20% to be designed by qualified business application developers.
In this first article of the three part article series, by, Mark Brummel, author of Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Application Design, we will learn :
- how to to reverse engineer the standard application to look and learn how it works
- how to reuse the structures in our own solutions.
In this article by Prabhakar Chaganti and Rich Helms, authors of Amazon SimpleDB Developer Guide, you'll see the differences between SimpleDB and a traditional RDBMS, as well as the pros and cons of using SimpleDB as the storage engine in your application.Read Amazon SimpleDB versus RDBMS in full