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comment WCF Data Services (OData) Vs ASP.NET Web API? Hypermedia?
Are there any online examples of how to implement this using Web API?
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comment WCF Data Services (OData) Vs ASP.NET Web API? Hypermedia?
Another good description of hypermedia with respect to REST. timelessrepo.com/haters-gonna-hateoas
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comment WCF Data Services (OData) Vs ASP.NET Web API? Hypermedia?
Basically, hypermedia in the context of REST mean "lazy load". For example, if your request to a REST service returns an object that has a reference to another object, that references is represented as a link in the XML document as oppose to including the referenced object in it's entirety. If you want info about the referenced object, simply follow the link. dret.net/lectures/ppos-spring11/reading/…
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comment WCF Data Services (OData) Vs ASP.NET Web API? Hypermedia?
Good answers for question 1 so far. Anyone have any insight into my second question?
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comment Mentoring Millennials
@Kevin, excellent point. And like I said, this is a gross generalization. I worked for three companies in my twenties and have seen this in wildly varying degrees. I don't see it at all in my current job which is refreshing. Not sure if that's because I'm working with like-minded individuals or because I'm turning 30 soon and have lost my new-developer smell.
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comment What other patterns can I use for this singleton?
It sounds like the biggest problem might be that the config file of the first Core created determines everything. You might need multiple configuration files, one for global configuration and one for core specific configuration. This way the Server has what it needs with out relying on any Cores and the Cores can still enrich the Server's configuration as they're loaded since the Server is a singleton.
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comment What other patterns can I use for this singleton?
So if the Logger and Parser are not singletons and the Server and Cores each have their own instances with different configurations, what problems does that introduce?