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.NET 3.5 Windows Communication Foundation
WCF Unleashed
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Communication-Foundation-Unleashed-WCF/dp/0672329484/ref=sr_1_18/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1191434488&sr=1
Windows Communications Foundation Unleashed, by Craig McMurtry, Marc Mercuri, Nigel Watling, and Matt Winkler (March 2007). Discusses partial types, generics, nullable value types, the lightweight transaction manager, the service model, data representation, exception handling, reliable sessions, session management, queued delivery, transactions, activities, workflow models, workflow hosting, rules engine, consuming services, security, Windows CardSpace, information cards, identity metasystems, securing applications with information cards, advanced security, legacy integration, interoperability, custom behaviors, custom channels, custom transports, publish/subscribe systems, peer communication, representational state transfer and plain XML services, manageability, versioning, and guidance.
A Simple Example of the WCF
http://blogs.msdn.com/markprenticems/archive/2007/03/27/introduction-to-windows-communication-foundation-for-the-net-compact-framework-messaging-stack
Blog: "A simple example of the WCF messaging stack in .NetCF 3.5," by Mark Prentice. Discusses the new features of the WCF for the .NET compact framework messaging stack, messaging "Hello World" client code, and messaging "Hello World" server code.
Windows Communication Foundation (Compact Edition)
http://blogs.msdn.com/romanbat/archive/2006/10/21/windows-communication-foundation-compact-edition-and-the-story-of-the-lunch-launcher.aspx
"Windows Communication Foundation (Compact Edition) and the story of the Lunch Launcher," by Roman Batoukov. Discusses the Lunch Launcher application, Windows Communication Foundation APIs, the Message object, channel layer messaging, and transport channels.
Setting HTTP Headers in WCF (.NET 3.5)
http://blogs.msdn.com/justinjsmith/archive/2007/08/22/setting-http-headers-in-wcf-net-3-5.aspx
"Setting HTTP Headers in WCF (.NET 3.5)," by Justin J. Smith. Discusses REST architecture support in WCF, HTTP headers, HTTP verbs, URIs, content-type services, cache-control response header, debugging, Fiddler and the fiddler proxy.
Calling WCF services from NetCF 3.5
http://blogs.msdn.com/andrewarnottms/archive/2007/09/13/calling-wcf-services-from-netcf-3-5-using-compact-wcf-and-netcfsvcutil-exe.aspx
"Calling WCF Services from NetCF 3.5 Using Compact WCF and NetCFSvcUtil.exe," from Andrew Arnott (a member of the .NET Compact Framework team). Discusses the .NET Compact Framework 3.5, Windows Communications Foundation (WCF or "Indigo"), smart devices, the svcutil.exe tool, the NetCFSvcUtil.exe.tool, the Power Toys for .NET Compact Framework 3.5, and the Add Web Reference in Visual Studio.
Pro WCF: Microsoft SOA Implementation
http://www.amazon.com/Pro-WCF-Practical-Microsoft-Implementation/dp/1590597028/ref=sr_1_12/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1191432420&sr=1-12
Pro WCF: Practical Microsoft SOA Implementation, by Chris Peiris, Dennis Mulder, Amit Bahree, Aftab Chopra, Shawn Cicoria and Nishith Pathak (January 2007). Discusses the WCF from the SOA architecture perspective, the unified programming model, reliable messaging, security, peer-to-peer programming, moving DCOM and .NET remoting applications to WCF, queue management, and implementing transaction support.
Inside Windows Communication Foundation
http://www.amazon.com/Inside-Windows-Communication-Foundation-Developer/dp/0735623066/ref=sr_1_13/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1191434488&s
Inside Windows Communication Foundation, by Justin Smith (May 2007). Discusses service orientation, message exchange patterns, topologies, messages, channels, channel managers, bindings, contracts, dispatchers, and clients.
MS WCF Step-by-Step
http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Windows-Communication-Foundation-Developer/dp/0735623368/ref=sr_1_14/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=119143448
Microsoft Windows Communications Foundation Step-by-Step, by John Sharp (January 2007). Discusses what the Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is, building a WCF service, building a WCF client, service-oriented architectures and the WCF, hosting a WCF service, making applications and services robust, protecting an enterprise WCF service, protecting a WCF service over the Internet, maintaining service contracts and data contracts, maintaining state and sequence operations, supporting transactions, implementing reliable sessions, controlling configuration and communications, implementing OneWay and asynchronous operations, performance, routing messages, using callbacks, managing identity with Windows CardSpace, and integrating with ASP.NET clients and enterprise services components.
WCF Prerequisites
http://www.amazon.com/Windows-Communication-Foundation-Unleashed-WCF/dp/0672329484/ref=sr_1_18/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1191434488&sr=1
Sample chapter: “Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Prerequisites,” from Windows Communications Foundation Unleashed, by Craig McMurtry, Marc Mercuri, Nigel Watling, and Matt Winkler (March 2007). Discusses partial types, generics, and nullable value types.
Sample Chapter from Inside WCF
http://www.amazon.com/Inside-Windows-Communication-Foundation-Developer/dp/0735623066/ref=sr_1_13/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1191434488&s
Sample chapter: “Chapter 1: The Moon is Blue,” from Inside Windows Communication Foundation, by Justin Smith (May 2007). Discusses the universal requirement, the universal concept, a business example, and an introduction to the Windows Communications Foundation (WCF).
Introducing Windows Communications Foundation
http://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Windows-Communication-Foundation-Developer/dp/0735623368/ref=sr_1_14/104-7417785-3164700?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=119143448
Sample chapter: “Introducing Windows Communications Foundation,” from Microsoft Windows Communications Foundation Step-by-Step, by John Sharp (January 2007). Discusses what the Windows Communication Foundation is, the early days of personal computer applications, inter-process communications technologies, the web and web services, using XML as a common data format, sending and receiving web service requests, handling security and privacy in a global environment, and the purpose of Windows Communications Foundation.

 

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