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Silverlight 4 with WCF RIA architecture applying DDD


Silverlight 4 with WCF RIA architecture applying DDD

By : Therapyx
Date : January 10 2021, 01:49 PM
it should still fix some issue I took a look at RIA during a Silverlight 3 prototype. I was initially excited, but ultimately ditched it. I, too, was using DDD on the server-side. I felt like RIA was very data-oriented and CRUD-oriented which, in my opinion, flies in the face of domain-oriented methods and operations. While it does seem possible to make your own custom methods to expose on your RIA Domain Services (I hate that they called them "domain services" -- again in conflict with DDD), I felt like I was carrying a lot of RIA baggage for very little benefit once I ditched their default CRUD/query support.
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Silverlight Design Architecture

Silverlight Design Architecture


By : user471634
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps . There is Prism it was originally designed for WPF but there is now a Silverlight release.
Asp.net + Silverlight + WCF and n-tier architecture

Asp.net + Silverlight + WCF and n-tier architecture


By : KJT
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need Indeed you dont have to duplicate classes (with DataContract attribute) from WCF service in Silverlight, they will be simply created automatically when you create a ServiceReference to your WCF service.
Howether they will be very simple basicly store-data-in-fields-classes so I can understand that you might want to create some functional duplicates in Silverlight if you will need some logic behind them. I am using same model in my project and have this issue too.
silverlight in soa like architecture

silverlight in soa like architecture


By : user2873196
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I prefer case 2. As you said, you avoid the need to tailor all of your services to make them Silverlight accessible. An extra layer is not hard to create, doesn't incur that much overhead, and introduces a nice layer of decoupling- for example, what if the addresses of one of your services changes? With an extra layer, you can store and control that information purely server-side.
Applying the REST architecture outside of the web: resource identification

Applying the REST architecture outside of the web: resource identification


By : user3810419
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
With these it helps You are correct that REST is independent of HTTP and URIs. Here is an example of a RESTful system that uses HTTP and JMS (RESTful ESB), while not a direct map to your application, but it might give you some ideas.
Think of an identifier as an opaque text value that can resolve within an address space to an endpoint that can provide a representation of the resource and you have what you need. When I give presentations on REST I demonstrate a system using identifiers such as:
Using silverlight without services architecture

Using silverlight without services architecture


By : amnon
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do Silverlight applications cannot read / write from the local machine (except for an isolated storage folder which is unique per application). So unless the SL application doesn't need any data from an external source or from a database, you'll need somehow to fetch the data from a separate machine. You don't really need a service (such as WCF), you can do the data transfer manually using primitives such as WebClient or HttpWebRequest, but in this case you'll end up having to deal with bytes on the wire instead of abstractions such as operations, proxies and "normal" CLR types. In most of the cases, using a service helps the application, but if you don't want to use one, nothing prevents you from creating your own data transfer layer yourself.
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