Tag Archives: ServiceStack

ServiceStack – Writing C# clients for services

Today lets create a client application for our simple Flight Service using C# code. Writing clients for ServiceStack services using C# is super easy! If you have worked with older  web service related technologies, you may know by experience how … Continue reading

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ServiceStack – more on Routes

In my last post, we discovered Routes in ServiceStack. Today let’s go bit further and find out what’s more we could do with routes in ServiceStack. Remember we specified one route for FlightRequest class of our simple Flight Service. That … Continue reading

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ServiceStack – Use routes to customise service endpoints

Today, let’s further enhance our simple Flight Service example that I have developed during my last two posts. One problem we have with our service is its service endpoint URL. If you could remember, last time we used a JSON specific … Continue reading

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ServiceStack – Testing services with Chrome REST Console

My favourite tool for testing RESTful services is the Chrome plugin, “REST Console”. Since ServiceStack is an ideal framework to build REST APIs, REST Console is an excellent tool to accompany ServiceStack. Let’s see how to use free Chrome REST … Continue reading

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Getting started with ServiceStack – Creating a service

ServiceStack is a powerful platform that allows developers to do lots of different thinks. It is an alternative to popular Microsoft technologies WCF, ASP.NET MVC and WebAPI. It promotes true platform independence, high performance, lesser configuration mess (oh yes!) and … Continue reading

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