[Mix06] The Value Of A Partial Message With Indigo

Posted by: youve been HAACKED, on 23 Mar 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I was involved in a 5 AM breakfast conversation (a little late night snack before we all turned in for the evening) with Clemens Vasters, Steve Maine, and some others at Mix06 in which they explained how streaming content works with WCF (code named Indigo). They pointed out (as I mentioned in a tongue-in-cheek context in my last post) that with streaming content such as streaming videos, the consumer of the media is really concerned about headers and start tags, because they plan on using the content...

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