WCF is the Microsoft model for building services, whereas LINQ to Entities is the Microsoft ORM for accessing underlying data storage. Want to learn both? You would normally have to dig through huge reference tomes-so wouldn’t you agree that a simple-to-follow practical tutorial on WCF and LINQ to Entities is the way to get ahead?
This book is the quickest and easiest way to learn WCF and LINQ to Entities in Visual Studio 2010. WCF and LINQ to Entities are both powerful yet complex technologies from Microsoft-but you will be surprised at how easily this book will get you get up and running with them.
Mastery of these two topics will quickly enable you to create Service-Oriented applications, and allow you to take your first steps into the world of Service Oriented Architecture without becoming overwhelmed.
Through this book, you will learn what’s going on behind the scenes with WCF, and dive into the basic yet most useful techniques for LINQ to Entities. You will develop three real-world multi-tiered WCF services from beginning to end, with LINQ to Entities being used in the data access layer of the services. Various clients including windows console applications, the WCF Test Client, Windows Form applications and WPF applications will be created to test these WCF services. By the end of this book, you will be 100% confident that you know WCF and LINQ to Entities, not only in theory, but with sound real-world experience.
Master WCF and LINQ to Entities in a multi-tier WCF service by completing practical examples and applying them to your real-world assignments
Build SOA applications on the Microsoft platform with this hands-on guide updated for VS2010
* Master WCF and LINQ to Entities concepts by completing practical examples and applying them to your real-world assignments
* The first and only book to combine WCF and LINQ to Entities in a multi-tier real-world WCF service
* Ideal for beginners who want to build scalable, powerful, easy-to-maintain WCF services
* Rich with example code, clear explanations, interesting examples, and practical advice- a truly hands-on book for C++ and C# developers