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So far, we have published 22 Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) tutorials and articles, which have been read by over 1457151 (One Million Four Hundred Fifty Seven Thousand One Hundred Fifty One) developers and architects.

Abstract: WCF and MSMQ can be used to queue messages and also provide secure and reliable transportation of messages.
Abstract: This article will guide you through the steps of accessing WCF REST Service using Angular.js in an ASP.NET MVC app
Abstract: In WCF 4.5, there is a new option available to generate Task based async operations so that the code from the client side can be then less complex. In this article, we will see how to implement it.

What's New in WCF 4.5

Posted by: Mahesh Sabnis , on 2/19/2013
Abstract: This article highlights some new features of WCF 4.5 with significant improvements to setup, configuration and protocol support
Abstract: In this article, we will seen how we can implement Asynchronous Logic in our WCF 4.5 Service and how we can access the WCF methods Asynchronously by generating proxy code using Task-based Programming model.
Abstract: In this WCF 4.5 series, we will see how WCF 4.5 has made configuration much easier in the first part.
Abstract: By exposing a WCF service on REST and SOAP, you can make it more accessible to all types of clients. This is especially useful for the clients who can consume the proxy as well as can understand only HTTP communication with XML data processing. This article shows how to do so.
Abstract: This article demonstrates how to make use of WCF REST service for downloading files.
Abstract: In WCF, callback is used to implement PUSH mechanism, so that delayed or long running operation results can be automatically pushed back to the client application. WCF actively supports callback to its client, over the instance context established. In this article, we will explore the same.
Abstract: WCF data Services provides integration with Data Model built using ADO.NET EF. Since the data received is in the form of XML, any client application built on Open standards can easily consume it. In this article, I will demonstrate how it is done using Silverlight 4.
Abstract: In this article, we are going to discuss protocol bridging mechanism using WCF 4.0 routing features.
Abstract: This article is Part 2 of the two part series where I demonstrate how to create a certificate, create a WCF service that uses this certificate and finally host a WCF service on IIS 7.5 with SSL. In this article, we will see how to host a WCF service we created in Part 1, on IIS 7.5 with SSL.
Abstract: This article is Part 1 of a two part series where I will demonstrate how to create a certificate, create a WCF 4.0 service that uses this certificate and finally host a WCF service on IIS 7.5 with SSL. In this article, we will see how to create a certificate and create a WCF service that uses this certificate.
Abstract: Using WCF REST provides greater flexibility for developing applications. If the device is connected to the internet, then a mobile application can be connected to the service from any part of the world. This article shows how to create and consume WCF REST Services in a Windows Mobile Emulator as well as on a Mobile Device.
Abstract: The Routing mechanism WCF 4.0 provides an excellent feature for developing SOA based application. Now the client application is free to send request to any WCF service based upon filters.
Abstract: By now most of you might have started using VS 2010 Beta 2. In this article we will see how to create a WCF service using Workflow 4.0 Beta 2. This article is based on a Beta version and could possibly change in the future. Assuming you have installed VS 2010 Beta 2, Open VS 2010 and create a Workflow project. Following are the activities provided
Abstract: This article demonstrates that like normal WCF services, WCF REST base services can also be easily configured for security.
Abstract: Most of you might have already started working with WCF for developing SOA based enterprise applications. WCF has provided several benefits for distributed application development e.g. Security, Sessions, Callback etc. One of the nice features with WCF is integration with Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ). In this article, we will see how to integrate traditional .NET MSMQ Application with Windows Communication Foundation 3.5 using MsmqIntegrationBinding
Abstract: By now most of you might have started exploring the new features of .NET 4.0 and have probably read my previous articles on WCF 4.0.
Abstract: In the previous two articles, we have gone through important features of WCF 4.0. In this article we will see WCF service discovery features.
Abstract: WCF REST based services is one of the most important features/usages of WCF services. In this article, we will create a WCF REST service that contains various methods to read data from a database server. The WPF client application will work as dash-board and consume this service.
Abstract: In this article we will see how to develop a WCF service using Workflow 4.0 and how to use workflow procedural and messaging activities.

  
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