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Byte-Size WCF Episode 1: Default Endpoints in WCF 4.0

WCF 4.0 simplifies the configuration experience significantly by providing a new default endpoint feature. This saves time and simplifies the configuration requirements for hosting a WCF service by providing a File –> New Project –> Code –> F5 hosting experience.

In this episode you’ll learn how to get up and running quickly with default endpoints and how to gain more control over the default bindings for each scheme (HTTP, TCP, MSMQ, etc) you may want to configure using the new protocol mapping capabilities in WCF 4.0.

Print | posted on Saturday, January 23, 2010 6:35 PM | Filed Under [ WCF WF 4.0 NETFX 4.0 VS 2010 ]

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