Posts Tagged ‘REST’

OData and Windows Azure

This post discusses about building a service using CLOUD platform that can reach various devices. What is OData and Where it fits in? OData is a specification that makes very easy to exchange and interact with data on the web. So OData is all about connecting up devices to the CLOUD. This post also discuss […]


Which is better SOAP or REST? One of the most common discussions. Both REST and SOAP are different approaches in writing the service oriented applications. REST is an architectural style for building client-server applications. SOAP is a protocol for exchanging data between two endpoints.
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REST Based WCF Service in ASP.NET 3.5

This post explains you about building a REST-based service using Windows Communication Foundation(WCF) and ASP.NET 3.5. We develop this service without using the SOAP.You can read the REST Overview to get an understanding of what REST is? In simple tetchier statement we can say REST is WCF Web programming model.

1. Create a new web […]


WCF is the Microsoft framework for building applications that communicate over network using different protocols. WCF allows the developers to build distributed applications using SOAP. WCF also had the ability to expose and consume REST services.This post explains how to build REST service using WCF.

Note: To build REST Service new infrastructure was added to WCF […]

REST Overview

REST stands for Representational State Transfer,is an architectural style where you can build the software system in which clients(user agents) can make requests to the services[end points]. REST one of the way to implement the client\server architectural style. REST can be used to build software applications in which clients can make requests of services.

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