WCF Simplified Series

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is Microsoft’s platform for building service-oriented applications. In essence, it can be used for any type of inter-process communication, from processes on the same machine to processes on different machines across the network, written in different languages/runtimes. WCF supports legacy standards like ASMX and also newer ones like WS-*. It is quite robust and extensible, and has support for security, durability, interoperability,  transaction, REST, and service-orientation. We’ll look at some WCF concepts using WCF 4 and Visual Studio 2010.

WCF Simplified Part 1: Getting Started with WCF 4 and Visual Studio 2010

WCF Simplified Part 2: Message Exchange Patterns (MEPs)

WCF Simplified Part 3: Using the WCF Duplex MEP

WCF Simplified Part 4: Comparing the Request/Reply and One-Way Patterns

WCF Simplified Part 5: Handling Exceptions and Faults

WCF Simplified Part 6: Hosting a WCF service using IIS

WCF Simplified Part 7: Hosting a WCF service using WPF

WCF Simplified Part 8: Sessions, Instance Management and Concurrency

WCF Simplified Part 9: SOAP, WSDL, and REST

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About soumya chattopadhyay
I live and work in Seattle, WA. I work with Microsoft technologies, and I'm especially interested in C#.

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