Developing RESTful services with JSON and POX support in the ASP.NET MVC

Posted by: Pablo M. Cibraro (aka Cibrax), on 17 Apr 2009 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Many of the features shipped out of the box today in the ASP.NET MVC framework are only intended to develop web applications using REST principles. There is not support for accepting incoming messages encoded as JSON or plain old XML (POX), or even support for returning POX from a controller action. Only form-urlencoded data is accepted by default for incoming messages, and JSON/HTML (with support of the view engines) for outgoing messages in controller actions. However, thanks to the different...

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