Implementing a custom Route Attribute for Web API that considers Content-Type. This allows for routing based on the data encoding being supplied by the HTTP Request, not just the path and parameters it was sent to.
The Mono Project has hit 2.0. They seem to have done a lot of work around ASP.NET, Windows Forms, and ADO support.
It has been a while since I’ve poked around with Mono. Maybe it is time for me to take another look. Time to steal my children’s Mac for a few days I think. 🙂
I was looking at the .NET 3.0 site today and noticed something I had previously missed. Under Supported Operating Systems it lists the following:
- Microsoft Windows 2003 Server Service Pack 1 (SP1)
- Windows XP SP2
- Windows Vista Release Candidate
The removal of 9x and NT from the mix was expected. But the removal of Windows 2000 SP3 surprised me quite a bit.
A lot of people are just now starting to cycle out their Windows 2000 servers. I wonder if rather than leading to faster server replacement this lead to slower adoption of .Net 3.0.
I fully understand why they want to focus on the new platforms but I was a bit surprised by it. Especially when you consider that .NET 3.0 is – from my understanding of it – really just 2.0 with WinFX support.