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Service Bus Programming Lifecycle

Updated: June 18, 2014

The following topics describe general programming lifecycles for creating an application that uses Microsoft Azure Service Bus. These topics also include optimized lifecycles for creating a Service Bus application that is hosted on Microsoft Azure, and also to a lifecycle for creating Web-based Service Bus applications that comply with the REST standard.

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Basic Service Bus Programming Lifecycle
This topic describes building a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web service, configuring it to register itself with Service Bus, and creating a client that calls the service by using Service Bus.

Azure and Service Bus Programming Lifecycle
This topic describes building a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) Web service hosted in Microsoft Azure, configuring it to register itself with Service Bus, and creating a client that calls the service by using Service Bus.

REST and Service Bus Relay Programming Lifecycle
This topic describes building a REST-style Web service that registers itself with Service Bus.

REST and Brokered Messaging Programming Lifecycle
This topic describes the basic lifecycle of an application that uses the brokered messaging pattern.

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