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  • Out of memory issue when Silverlight Application talks to WCF service using System.Net.Socket via Duplex Channel

    0 comments  /  posted by  Silverlight Show  on  Jan 29, 2013 (more than a year ago)
    Tags:   wcf , silverlight
    Read original post at WebApps Blog We worked on a recent case where WCF is hosted as windows service. Data is Pushed from WCF Server to Silverlight client via Sockets every 2 sec. Processing WCF-pushed data is the bulk of the task that this Silverlight Application does. The app just sits idle most of the time and processes pushed-data from WCF. App exhibits increased memory consumptions even if th ...
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  • author  Brian Noyes  /  released on  Jun 29, 2011
    WCF RIA Services Product Description This e-book collects all 10 parts of the series WCF RIA Services together with source code. Explore WCF RIA Services with the convenience of a fully offline resource! In order to build serious business application in Silverlight (and other client technologies), you have to work with a lot of data. And that data is usually not resident on the client machine, it is usually distri ...
  • author  Gill Cleeren  /  released on  Jul 22, 2011
    Duplex Communication in Silverlight Product Description This e-book collects all 3 parts of the series 'The Duplex Story: Looking at Duplex Communication in Silverlight', together with source code. Silverlight offers us many choices to work with services to get data into our applications. Supported technologies include WCF, ASMX, REST, WCF RIA Services etc. Through the use of any of these, it’s quite easy to get data from the server ...


  • posted by  Adam Berent  on  Jul 23, 2009 (more than a year ago)
    Tags:   WCF , Applications , gaming , Chess
    GeeksWithChess.com hosts a Silverlight Online Chess application that uses WCF Services to connect the various Silverlight clients and allow people to login, chat and play chess against other users. URL: http://www.geekswithchess.com/
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