I’m working on a messaging system in .NET. It’s purpose is to allow you to use reliable (and transactional) messaging inside your application without the need of an external server. This post is about the persistence layer (i.e. file storage). It can handle somewhere between 100 000 and 300 000 messages per second depending on the configuration.
Do you want to generate a homepage from Markdown files? Like the wiki pages at github, but in your own web site?
I’ve created a small example project that uses the data mapper in Griffin.Framework to work with SQLite.
Are you using log4net in an existing application and feel that you got no control over your errors? We’ve now created a seamless log4net integration. That means that we will automatically report all exceptions that you are logging.
You have probably created a windows service or other types of applications where you have code which need to be run in the background to not block the main thread. To do that you have different types of solutions in .NET, for instance Threads, Timers and Tasks. However, you need to construct them manually, make sure that they do not throw unhandled exceptions etc.
Griffin.Framework provides a simpler solution where you only need to implement a small interface. The library also have full support for your favorite inversion of control container, which enables to to use dependency injection in your application services.
ProtoBuf is Googles open serialization format which can be used to serialize objects in a standardized way. With it, different platforms can communicate with a format that is much more efficient than XML. Combine the most popular implementation if it, protobuf-net, with Griffin.Framework and you get an easy and fast way of sending information between processes.
Griffin.Networking was my attempt to create a Netty inspired library. The library is working pretty well but the internal architecture became a bit complex which I am not really satisfied with. Griffin.Framework can now be considered to be a stable replacement of Griffin.Networking.
This article explains how you can automatically proxy CORS requests (Cross-origin resource sharing) in jQuery without changing your existing code. The proxy is integrated in ASP.NET and works with all ASP.NET libraries like WebForms, Mvc and WebApi.
As you might know I’m running a .NET exception service called OneTrueError. When I moved from a NoSQL db to SQL Azure I had to be able to work with the database in some way. I’m not using OR/Ms any more. They might significantly reduce the bootstrapping, but in the long run they always tend to make you struggle as the application grow. To me, ORMs is a bit like ASP.NET WebForms, but for data. i.e. it tries to make something what it isn’t. I therefore wanted something that did not take away the control from me nor hide the underlying layer. I still want to work with my domain entities though.
OneTrueError is a new startup which also is a member of Microsoft BizSpark. This post is about the client library for WinForms/WPF. It will catch and handle all uncaught exceptions automatically. The errors are also uploaded to our site for analysis to enable us to suggest possible solutions