Windows Communication Foundation Scenario Samples
The samples in this section demonstrate common Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) scenarios.
In This Section
- Data Binding in an ASP.NET Client
- Demonstrates how to bind data returned by a typical WCF service in a Web Form application.
- Data Binding in a Windows Forms Client
- Demonstrates how to bind to data returned by a WCF service in a Windows Forms application.
- Data Binding in a Windows Presentation Foundation Client
- Demonstrates the use of data binding in a Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) client.
- Intermediary Router
- Demonstrates how to implement a service that provides basic routing and load balancing functionality.
- Federation Sample
- Demonstrates support for deploying federated security architectures through the wsFederationHttpBinding.
- Discovery: UDDI
- Demonstrates how to implement a WCF client that performs basic operations with a UDDI V2 service that is available on the Internet.
- Design Patterns: List-Based Publish-Subscribe
- Demonstrates a WCF implementation of the List-Based Publish-Subscribe design pattern.
- Peer Channel Custom Peer Resolver
- Demonstrates how to implement a custom peer resolver that can be used with Peer Channel applications.
- Peer Channel Chat
- Demonstrates how to implement a multiparty chat application using Peer Channel. Messages sent by an instance of chat application are received by all other instances.
- Trusted Facade Service
- Demonstrates how to flow caller's identity information from one service to another using WCF security infrastructure.
- REST and POX
- Demonstrates how to use HTTP transport in WCF to send and receive “plain old XML” (POX) messages – that is, messages that consist of solely of XML payloads without any enclosing SOAP envelope.
- Workflow Services Scenario Samples
- Demonstrates workflow service scenarios.
- Partial Trust WCF Samples
- Demonstrates how to use WCF within a partially trusted application.
- Weakly-typed JSON Serialization Sample
- Demonstrates a mechanism that enables WCF developers to work with deserialized, arbitrary JSON objects.
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