Essential Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) : For .NET Framework 3.5 Paperback
"Whether this is the first time or the fifty-first time you're using WCF, you'll learn something new by reading this book." --Nicholas Allen, Program Manager, Web Services, Microsoft Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is the easiest way to produce and consume Web services on the Microsoft platform.
With .NET 3.5, WCF has been extensively revamped--and Visual Studio 2008 gives developers powerful new tools for utilizing it.
Essential Windows Communication Foundation shows developers exactly how to make the most of WCF with .NET 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008. Drawing on extensive experience working with early adopters, three Microsoft insiders systematically address the topics developers ask about WCF.
The authors approach each subject with practical advice and present best practices, tips, and tricks for solving problems.
Throughout, you'll find detailed explanations, solutions for the "pain points" of WCF development, and an extensive collection of reusable code examples.
Coverage includesUsing WCF contracts to define complex structures and interfacesUnderstanding WCF's channel stacks and channel model architectureConfiguring the WCF communication stack to use only the protocols you needUsing standard and custom service behaviors to manage concurrency, instances, transactions, and moreSerializing data from .NET types to XML Infosets and representing Infosets "on the wire" Hosting WCF services via IIS, managed .NET applications, and Windows Activation ServicesWCF security, in depth: authentication; transport and message-level security; and Internet and intranet scenariosImproving reliability: exception handling, diagnostics, and moreWorkflow services: new integration points between WCF 3.5 and Windows Workflow FoundationBuilding client-to-client, peer network-based applicationsUtilizing WCF for non-SOAP Web services: AJAX and JSON examples and .NET 3.5 hosting classes Microsoft's Steve Resnick, Richard Crane, and Chris Bowen are technology experts at the Microsoft Technology Center in Boston.
They specialize in helping customers improve their technical agility by applying WCF and related technologies.
Resnick has specialized in Internet technologies and distributed computing at Microsoft since 1995.
He is a frequent speaker at Microsoft events and is now technology director for the U.S.
Microsoft Technology Centers. Crane has more than 15 years of experience in senior software development roles.
He specializes in large-scale Web sites, distributed computing, transactional systems, and performance analysis.
Bowen has been an architect and developer for more than 15 years at companies such as Monster.com and Staples and is co-author of Professional Visual Studio 2005 Team System. Foreword xxvPreface xxviiChapter 1: Basics 1Chapter 2: Contracts 33Chapter 3: Channels 91Chapter 4: Bindings 111Chapter 5: Behaviors 181Chapter 6: Serialization and Encoding 241Chapter 7: Hosting 287Chapter 8: Security 315Chapter 9: Diagnostics 375Chapter 10: Exception Handling 403Chapter 11: Workflow Services 423Chapter 12: Peer Networking 459Chapter 13: Programmable Web 503Appendix: Advanced Topics 537Index 553
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 608 pages
- Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
- Publication Date: 11/02/2008
- Category: .Net programming
- ISBN: 9780321440068