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Framework Series: Service Stack with Demis Bellot

Framework Series: Service Stack with Demis Bellot

Show #300 Jan 04 2012 plus show notes

Demis Bellot has put together an open source .NET and Mono REST Web Services framework called Service Stack. It's effectively a WCF replacement for some kinds of webservices. There's no XML and no code-generation. Why do frameworks like this exist and what kinds of things did Demis take into consideration when creating it? How does one balance performance vs. compliance?

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