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Comparing ASP.NET Web Services to WCF Based on Development

by brianwaustin (via)
Outlines the basic differences between the two. Gives a developer a better idea of when to use WCF and when not to.

Exposing a WCF Service With Multiple Bindings and Endpoints

by brianwaustin (via)
Windows Communication Foundation (henceforth abbreviated as WCF) supports multiple bindings that allows developers to expose their services in a variety of ways. What this means is a developer can create a service once and then expose it to support net.tcp:// or http:// and various versions of http:// (Soap1.1, Soap1.2, WS*, JSON, etc). This can be useful if a service crosses boundaries between intranet and extranet applications for example. This article walks through the steps to configure a service to support multiple bindings with Visual Studio 2008 and the .Net 3.5 framework. For those that want to jump directly to the sample solution it can be found at the end of this article.

Fixing the Windows SDK is not installed correctly WCF Service Configuration Editor Error

by tadanderson
I have seen a lot of posts about the error "Windows SDK is not installed correctly" when trying to open the WCF Service Configuration Editor in Visual Studio 2008. To fix it...


Le blog de L'ami S'ami - Apollo, le PHP du RDA

by nhoizey
Une critique de Adobe Apollo/Flex par Sami Jabber, avec comparaison avec Microsoft WPF WCF

Clemens Vasters and the WS Stars : So how much faster is it really and is it? WCF performance in comparison.

by nhoizey
To summarize the results, WCF is 25%—50% faster than ASP.NET Web Services, and approximately 25% faster than .NET Remoting. [...] in one case WCF is nearly 100% faster but in another scenario it is nearly 25% slower.

Migrating WSE 3.0 Web Services to WCF

by brianwaustin
MSDN official guide to service migration under the WSE 3.0 architecture.

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF)

by brianwaustin
Good document describing new features and backwards compatibility

Station-service: Services Web BizTalk Server 2006 -- MSDN Magazine, March 2007

by nhoizey
Ce mois-ci, je vais vous présenter l'univers passionnant de BizTalk Server 2006 et sa prise en charge pour les technologies de services Web d'aujourd'hui. Vous apprendrez à utiliser les adaptateurs SOAP et WSE (Web Services Enhancements) déjà disponibles et je vous parlerai du nouvel adaptateur Windows® Communication Foundation (WCF) inclus dans BizTalk® Server 2006 R2.


En attendant Windows Vista, la version 3.0 du framework .NET donne plus de visibilité à WinFX - Weblog - Clever Age

by nhoizey
Ayant déjà pris plusieurs fois du retard, la sortie de Windows Vista se précise néanmoins, au travers notamment de la mise à disposition anticipée de plusieurs de ses composants techniques.

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