Posted by : Rhyf Ahmad Thursday, May 21, 2015

Over the years there has been an ongoing effort to make communication between distributed components as easy as communication between components and objects within a single executable. WCF is a framework for building services. Originally introduced as part of the .NET 3.5 enhancements, WCF combines support for several different protocols.

Microsoft wanted to provide its developers with a framework that would offer the fastest means to getting a service solution in place, while remaining somewhat agnostic of the underlying transport protocol.
Using the WCF, you can take advantage of a variety of powerful protocols under the covers— everything from binary to basic XML Web Services can be supported with the same implementation. WCF is the successor to a series of different distributed communication technologies.


Web Services
  1. How This All Fits Together
  2. What Makes a WCF Service

The Larger Move to SOA
  1. Capabilities of WCF
  2. Contracts and Metadata
  3. Working with the WS-* Protocols

Building a WCF Service
  1. Creating the Interface
  2. Utilizing the Interface
  3. Hosting the WCF Service in a Console Application
  4. Reviewing the WSDL Document

Building a WCF Consumer
  1. Adding a Service Reference
  2. Reviewing the Reference
  3. Confi guration File Changes
  4. Writing the Consumption Code

Working with Data Contracts
  1. Building the Host
  2. Building the Consumer
  3. Looking at WSDL and the Schema for HelloCustomerService 

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