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# Tuesday, 10 August 2004
WS-Addressing makes its way to W3C
Tuesday, 10 August 2004 20:23:12 UTC ( Architecture | Indigo | Security | WSE )

WS-Addressing, a vital piece of XML Web Services infrastructure, has just been submitted to the W3C.

With WS-Security being an official OASIS standard, and WS-Addressing entering the W3C standardization process, we may soon be looking at the first stable set of advanced web services infrastructure.

These two specifications form the foundation of the Microsoft Web Services Enhancements toolkit's functionality. Perhaps we will soon say goodbye to backwards incompatibility and short support lifecycles in this particular area.

As always, it is great fun to follow the advances.

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# Sunday, 08 August 2004
Gtk# and Glade# VS.NET 2003 SDK
Sunday, 08 August 2004 15:18:14 UTC ( General | Mono )

Paco Martinez over at Mono has created an easy to use Gtk# and Glade# installer that not only installs all the required files, but also includes a VS.NET 2003 compliant SDK with project templates, documentation and samples.

The ultimate goal of this installer is to provide the best development experience when creating Gtk# applications in a Windows development environment.

So if you are looking to develop cross platform .Net Windows applications, or you simply want to give a WinForms alternative a try; head over to this blog posting for download information and additional resources.

It’s really cool to see how the CLR platform is catching on.

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