Trust me, I’m a
Last week I gave you a method that, using SOAP and HttpWebRequest, allowed you to invoke a Web Method without a WSDL or a Web Reference. Well today, I’ll give you an improved version of that method. In fact I’ll give you a whole ready-to-use class with additional functionality.
Once I had to test in C# a dozen of web services developed by a third-party. However they provided no WSDL and no ASMX – therefore it would be impossible to use Web References. They only provided the name of the web methods, their urls, calling credentials and an XML request example.
Because no one will remember
As I promised in a previous post I finally found the
courage plot to write a fantasy novel. I don’t know if I’ll be able to finish it but I’ll sure give my best at it.
The challenge? To write 50.000 words in 30 days. This month is all about quantity. Later on I’ll revise and publish the final product. I’m looking for an illustrator, so if you’re interested or know someone that could be drop me a message. I’ll update my Twitter with the novel’s progress.
As you may have guessed during this month I’ll be absolutely focused on writing all those words. Meanwhile, you won’t be empty-handed, I’ve scheduled posts for the whole month. By the way, is anyone else going to participate on this year’s National Novel Writing Month?