I've got a service WSDL at an endpoint generated by - I think - GLUE. For some reason the proxy class I created for it fails to return objects properly. The results array always contains null values in each dimension. If you think you could look at WSDL and C# and assimilate wtf, drop me a note via the contact form.
Like I said, I've been tooling around with the AJAX.Net implementation recently. Here's - what I think to be - a nifty little implementation that uses Michael's AJAX.Net implementation and the Flickr API together in a simple-to-use (yet not quite full-featured yet) interface. Catchilly referred to as FlickrJax
, it works in Firefox and IE (but that's all I've tested so far). Feedback appreciated...
I've been tooling around with M.Schwartz's AJAX.Net implementation
. First off, let me say that I've been very impressed with the framework and have felt for the past few days that its surprising no one has touched on this implementation as an inclusion to the next release of .Net. In fact, I feel that Microsoft should look around - AJAX is exploding. Though the technology is nothing new (I implemented an application which made use of the XmlHttp object as early as 1999), the widespread adoption of it in the non-IE world is a recent interest.*
This morning I came into the office to find that Michael has submitted his implementation as an idea to the Microsoft Product Feedback Center. Hats off, Michael! I have to say that of all the newest things I've seen bounce up in the .Net community, this implementation is one of the more important items on the agenda for the future, and I feel that it must be taken seriously.
* I'll rant about this topic in a later post, so stay tuned.