Every now and then, I have to Google for something that I’ve Googled before numerous times because I forgot. Because this is a time consuming activity, I’ll bundle them all into one post. In other words, this is a post that will be often updated.
In this blog post we’ll take a look at NServiceBus, a popular open-source service for .NET. With an easy to follow tutorial, you’ll have a working service bus up and running within minutes.
For the last couple of weeks I have been working with client-side frameworks such as Kendo UI and Sencha ExtJS a lot. One of the requirements of my clients was server-side filtering, grouping and ordering of several grids and other components. The challenge here is that you don’t know exactly what information might be coming in: which field do you have to filter or sort, which direction, what operator do you have to use, etc. There is only one proper way to do this in C#: Expressions.