RIAServices.Server provides the System.ServiceModel.DomainServices.Hosting and System.ServiceModel.DomainServices.Server assemblies in place of the GAC references, making bin-deployment easier.
The web.config.transform adds the necessary configSections, HTTP modules, and system.serviceModel elements to make your Domain Services available at runtime.
The package also includes a targets file and tools assembly that provides build-time validation of your DomainService classes.
This package can be used instead of going through the Add New Domain Service wizard to prime your ASP.NET web application with the configuration necessary to utilize WCF RIA Services on the Server.
Some users have experienced duplicate web.config entries getting created as a result of installing this package. To resolve this issue, simply eliminate one of the duplicate entries -- they vary only by character case.
Install-Package RIAServices.Server -Version 4.2.0
dotnet add package RIAServices.Server --version 4.2.0
<PackageReference Include="RIAServices.Server" Version="4.2.0" />
paket add RIAServices.Server --version 4.2.0
This package has no dependencies.
NuGet packages (3)
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RIAServicesContrib.EntityFramework provides the DbDomainService<T> class which can be used to create Domain Service classes for use with a DbContext from the EntityFramework package. This package supports versions of EntityFramework starting with EF 6.0.1.
RIAServices.EF4 provides the LinqToEntitiesDomainService<T> class which can be used to create Domain Service classes for use with an ObjectContext from Entity Framework 4.0. This package can be used in place of a GAC reference to the System.ServiceModel.DomainServices.EntityFramework assembly, making bin-deployment easier. The dependency on RIAServices.Server provides the other assemblies that are needed for the server-side runtime of RIA Services.
The SIPSorcery project is an experiment into the depths of the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP). The project is a combination of the source code available here on CodePlex and a live service hosted at https://www.sipsorcery.com/sipsorcery.html. The project has its roots in a previous mysipswitch project which has now been deprecated. At its heart the project consists of a C# SIP protocol stack that implements all the required UDP, TCP and TLS transports. In addition to the SIP stack a number of related protocols: STUN, SDP, RTP & RTCP are implemented to varying degrees, usually only insofar as they are required for operation of the sipsorcery.com service. The SIP Proxy and SIP Application Server make heavy use of the Microsoft Dynamic Language Runtime with the IronRuby engine being heavily used in dialplan processing and the IronPython engine being used for the SIP Proxy control script.
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Performance comparison of .NET IoC containers