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Windows Communcation Foundation - Simple Example, Step by Step

, 20 Feb 2009 CPOL
This article demostrates a very basic example, can say simplest, of client/server design using Windows Communication Foundation(WCF)
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Adil Mughal
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Adil is an aspiring software craftsman. He is currently working as Senior Developer at Nintex and has extensive experience on designing and developing enterprise scale applications on Microsoft .NET Framework. Lately he is into cross platform mobile app development on Windows, Android and iOS.
Besides, day to day job, he is active in offline and online technical communities and often participates as speaker in technical events.
He blogs about his experience at http://www.AdilMughal.com

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