Last post Sep 26, 2010 03:53 PM by Rory PS
Apr 12, 2010 02:04 PM|andyscott12|LINK
I wanted to build a service using WCF Rest but it seems that the "Preview 2" has been in beta for a long time ?
What is the update roadmap regarding WCF Rest and when can we expect a RTM ? or an Update etc ?
i.e. my boss wants to use REST but a "beta preview 2" doesn't sound like something we can use ?
Will it work with VS 2010 ? .NET 4 ?
rtm preview 3 update
Apr 14, 2010 04:49 AM|habibs|LINK
I have a system in production using beta preview 2. I am planning to migrate it to .net 4.0 and vs.net 2010.
So it would be nice to hear from dev. team about roadmap for Wcf Rest Starter Kit, so that we can make decision as early as possible.
Thanks in advance.
Apr 27, 2010 07:12 AM|jonhobbs|LINK
I asked the same question on StackOverflow and nobody seemed to know what was happening?
Does VS2010 contain everything needed to create a REST web service? I couldn't seem to find any project templates or anything.
May 01, 2010 11:54 PM|necro_mancer|LINK
as far as I am concerned, VS2010 does contain everything you need and it does support REST Web Service.
May 06, 2010 06:54 PM|nagscreen|LINK
>VS2010 does contain everything you need and it does support REST Web Service.
DO you mean, the "WCF REST Starter Kit" is RTM and built into VS2010?
Does it includes Visual Basic templates?
May 10, 2010 07:54 PM|BorekBernard|LINK
Can't find the "HTTP Plain XML Service" sample anywhere, I guess not all from the Starter Kit has been included with VS2010 / .NET 4?
May 28, 2010 07:26 PM|tevya|LINK
Not only that but there is no Microsoft.Http assembly either in 4.0 nor have I found any other evidence in VS 2010 that the starter kit elements are defined (e.g. WebServiceHost2).
Visual Studio 2010
Jun 02, 2010 07:30 PM|tevya|LINK
I have found the inheritor of the WCF REST mantle:
WCF WebHttp Services. This seems to be the official word on pulling RESTful support into the VS 2010, .Net 4.0 world.
Sep 26, 2010 03:53 PM|Rory PS|LINK
It'd be nice to get an update from Microsoft about the status of this release.
For those of use who need to use .NET 3.5 it'd be good to know if there will be an RTM version, another release, or if this is it.