Presenting Microsoft Communication Foundation: Hands-on Programming.
Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: Sams: Beta Ed edition (25 May 2006)
By: Marc Mercuri (Author)
Microsoft developers, get ready for Windows Vista programming! Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation: Hands-on :addresses an unmet need in the marketplace as there are no books, or much documentation at all, of the post-Beta 1 WCF programming model. This book contains the information you will need to :work with this technology upon its release.
You :will gain a comprehensive understanding of how to apply the Windows Communication Foundation to almost any distributed computing problem, from enterprise scale to peer-to-peer. Most importantly, after reading the book and working through the examples, you will actually have considerable experience using WCF, because the book takes you through the steps of actually building Windows Communication Foundation solutions.
Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation: Hands-on :
is the only book to cover capabilities comprehensively, including the facilities for building Representational State Transfer and Plain XML software services, and the extensive management interfaces.
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