WCF Extensibility

This course presents to you the many extensibility points in WCF, from the service model, runtime and channel module; with many examples of real problems which can be solved by customizing the building blocks of the WCF framework.
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This course presents to you the many extensibility points in WCF, from the service model, runtime and channel module; with many examples of real problems which can be solved by customizing the building blocks of the WCF framework.
More
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a very powerful framework for building connected systems in the Windows platform. WCF has many building blocks which can be used out-of-the-box to build complex applications. It also has many extensibility hooks where we can customize the framework by configuring or replacing many of those building blocks. This course will look at the extensibility points in WCF, from its description to the runtime to the channel model; also covering the extensibility in the WCF serialization. Most of the extensibility points will be described and presented with code demonstrating how it can be used to solve a real-life scenario.
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Description
Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a very powerful framework for building connected systems in the Windows platform. WCF has many building blocks which can be used out-of-the-box to build complex applications. It also has many extensibility hooks where we can customize the framework by configuring or replacing many of those building blocks. This course will look at the extensibility points in WCF, from its description to the runtime to the channel model; also covering the extensibility in the WCF serialization. Most of the extensibility points will be described and presented with code demonstrating how it can be used to solve a real-life scenario.
Course info
Level
Advanced
Rating
(151)
Duration
3h 9m
Released
27 Jun 2012
Course authors

Carlos Figueira is a Senior Software Design Engineer in Test at Microsoft on the Web Platform and Tools team. Carlos has worked with WCF team for over 5 years, and has been an active member of community forums for WCF.

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