Combining Web-centric communication with SOAP and WS-* standards into one service stack and object model is one of the features that makes WCF in the .NET Framework 3.5 so compelling.

In the January issue of MSDN Magazine, Justin Smith explains some of the new Web-centric features of WCF in the .NET Framework 3.5. He starts with a level-setting discussion about some of the important architectural principles in HTTP and the Web, then moves to the new HTTP programming model in WCF, and, finally, to the new syndication API.

Don't forget to check out the other WCF development information available in MSDN Magazine, as well as the .NET Framework Developer Center.

 

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