WCF (Windows Communication Foundation)

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), is a unified programming model or application programming interface in the Microsoft .NET Framework for building connected, service-oriented applications. WCF is designed to support distributed computing. It enables developers to build secure and reliable solutions that integrate across different platforms.

A Windows Communication Foundation Service (WCF) is composed of three different parts such as service class that implements the service to be provided, a host environment and endpoints to which the clients will connect. In Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 (operating systems that include IIS 7), Windows Activation Services can be used to host the WCF service else otherwise the WCF service can be hosted through IIS.

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