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WCF versus ASMX

We are engaged in a battle that pits the “old way” of creating web services versus the “new way.” In the video series, two fighters go toe-to-toe, or rather keyboard-to-keyboard to highlight the benefits of using Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) to build robust web services. Take a tour of what WCF has to offer by exploring the pillars below.


You may find yourself saying, “Finish Him!”

Print | posted on Thursday, April 09, 2009 4:52 PM | Filed Under [ WCF ]

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