Sunday, August 03, 2008

July 2008 Richmond Meet and Code Notes

Kevin Hazzard blogs about the recent Richmond .NET meetup, where he presented his 'ProxyGen' tool. This is an IronPython tool for calling SOAP based webservices:

The only magic here is in some dynamic code generation that my ProxyForWsdl class does by downloading the WSDL contract and building classes for services, operations and data contracts.

Python scripts making use of this magic can be embedded into C# applications. The blog entry shows screenshots and example scripts, plus an example that embeds IronPython in C#. All the code is downloadable.
Of course what he should be doing is writing the whole application in IronPython...

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