In this series of tutorials, you ll see how to use WCF to build distributed applications. This first tutorial introduces the basics of building, hosting and calling a WCF service. Along the way, you ll learn the basics of WCF, including the role of endpoints, which consists of addresses, bindings and contracts. You ll also see a variety of techniques you can use for controlling the behavior of your services. (These tutorials assume that you have Visual Studio 2008 installed, along with the .NET Framework 3.5. You can choose to work in either Visual Basic or C#--the steps listed here call out specific differences between the languages, when necessary.)
WCF is a unified programming model for building service-oriented applications. Before you build a WCF service, you will explore what that means.
Build Applications with a Unified Programming Model
Consider the following scenario. You are building a product management system. Basic product information, such as product name, description and price, is stored in a SQL Server database. You have built a front-end application to work with that data.
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