WCF runtime exposes a few stop points at various stages of execution where the interceptors can be plugged in. These interceptors can help in validating the given parameters, implementing custom serialization, choosing an operation at runtime, etc,. Read through this article to learn about creating and implementing an interceptor for a WCF service.
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CAT.NET is a Microsoft tool to identify potential security loop holes in an asp.net framework application. In this article I will be explaining about the some important security issues that CAT.NET reports and the effective ways to resolve them.
In .NET Framework 4.0, Task class is part of the Task Parallel Library and is used to create asynchronous operations. Read through this article for an insight into the Task class and the different things that you can do with it.
Concurrent collections in .NET Framework 4.0 allow developers to create type safe collections as well as thread safe collections. These collection classes form an essential part of the parallel programming feature and are available under the namespace System.Collections.Concurrent. V. N. S. Arun examines the different concurrent collections.
Nowadays ADO.NET Entity framework is mostly used in developing data driven applications. Entity Framework 4.1 has been released to market with the code first development capability. Read this article to learn about implementing the validation on data models created through the code first development pattern.
Parallel LINQ (PLINQ) has been introduced in .NET Framework 4.0, as part of the parallel programming features. In most scenarios Parallel LINQ is supposed to increase performance but in some cases a sequential operation would be a better option. Read on to learn more...