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Doug gave an excellent introduction to Indigo at last night's meeting. Any one who missed it will have some catching up to do. I was amazed at the reduction in code to implement security, transactions, and transport. Wow. From 57,300 lines to just 3. What a hoot. Web services may actually become fun. ;-) What really interested me was the Indigo 'pipeline'. What a concept.

I have just two questions:
1. Will there be any support for Indigo in VS.NET 2003 or will we have to wait until VS.NET 2005 is released to the public?
2. Can anyone suggest any Indigo books that they are currently writing? There do not seem to be any listed at Amazon even in the 'Coming Soon' category. Surely some are planned. Posted on Tuesday, March 29, 2005 8:57 AM .NET , XML & Web Services , Methods & Madness | Back to top


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Thanks for the kind words.

As far as I know, there is no support coming for VS.NET 2003. Indigo works with version 2.0 of the framework, which ships with VS2005.

There are several Indigo books being written. I'm not sure which are public knowledge, so I'll just say there are a few industry heavyweights with books underway. Stay tuned, they should appear around Beta 1.
Left by Doug Turnure on Apr 06, 2005 9:26 PM

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