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Thumbs up question about chapter 6... (adaptation)

Hello M. Millett,

first: Wonderful book !
continuity with another great book like ".NET domain-Driven Design with c#" of Tim McCarthy.

I have a question about the use of your service layer proxy with a Silverlight App.
I use a M-V-VM for my application and want, for test, consume your servicefacade in my ViewModel Presentation.
I'm facing some problems:

1) Your ServiceFacade over the proxy service have interface Dependency Injection ??
Where do I put the BootStrapper for interface/implementation ? I can't reference implementation library in a silverlight library (silverlight don't have to know it and framework compatibility problem appears. in the HttpHost ?

2) Do you have an example of code to make your proxy service Asynchrone ? (an obligation with Silverlight)

3) maybe do you have another beautiful solution to use your Architecture model with a Silverlight Application ?

Thanks to take time to read me and thanks in advance for your answer.
Patrice
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Thumbs up i found some solutions...

I found solutions for my problems:

1) I use the new Portable Class Library for share my code source to all my different platform. For anyone intereting : Visual Studio Gallery - Portable Class Library for .NET, silverlight, XBOX360 et Win Phone 7

2) I prefer to build the service via the Service Reference Build-in because it create all the proxy's method "ASYNC" for my WCF "SYNC" method !
If anyone have anyway a best solution, please, tell me.

3) here is some very very good info to use StructureMap to do IoC with WCF to anyone: here

4) Finally I have to use NInject in my Silverlight project because StructureMap is not yet Compatible with Silverlight !

I'm waiting for your next book "Real World....." M. Millett ;-)
Have a nice day.

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