C# Corner Launches New Learn Series - Learn WCF

C# Corner Launches new Learn series "Learn WCF in 10 Hours"

Adding a new feather to its hat, C# Corner has launched a new learning series, "Learn WCF in 10 Hours".
Learn series is C# Corner's way to teach you cutting edge technologies.
The Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), formerly known as Indigo, is a free, open-source running time which is a collection of APIs in the Net Linked Service Network.
It was designed by .Net Foundation, first released in November 2006. The latest stable version of WCF is 3.1.0 which was released in November 2019. 
Why go for WCF?
  1. It is service-oriented. The ultimate benefit of the service is that it is dynamically connected rather than hard-coded from application to application. Any user generated application on any network can be linked with any service given whose important contracts are fulfilled by loosely-coupled relationships.
  2. WCF implements modern industry standards for Web service interoperability.
  3. WCF support multiple message patterns, and multiple modes of transport and encoding.
  4. With the aid of industry-standard formats, including WSDL, XML Schema, and WS-Policy, WCF facilitates publishing service metadata.
  5. WCF supports Data Contracts. WCF provides an automated framework that makes fast working with data. When you have developed the classes that represent data, the metadata that customers will comply with your built data form will then automatically be provided by your service.
  6. Messages should be encrypted in order to preserve anonymity, and prior to accepting messages, you should ask users to authenticate themselves. Security may be implemented using well-known SSL or WS-SecureConversation standards.
  7. WCF supports durable messages and reliable message exchange.
  8. WCF provides AJAX and REST support.
This series intends to introduce the learners to WCF. You will get hands-on experience working with WCF.
The series provides you with everything necessary to get started with WCF.
The path that we will follow through is as the following:
  1. What are SOA, Services, and Messages
  2. Understand RESTful Service
  3. Create Simple WCF Service
  4. What is Address, Binding, and Contract
  5. Exceptions Handling in WCF Application
  6. Function Overloading in WCF Application
  7. Self Hosting in WCF Application
  8. Observe SOAP message in WCF Communication
  9. Data Contracts in WCF
  10. Attributes of DataContracts and DataMember
To learn more, please visit Learn WCF in 10 Hours.