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    How to learn WPF and WCF?

    Are you looking for information on WPF and WCF study material? Want to know how to learn WPF and WCF ? Read this thread to learn more about WPF and WCF with examples.

    Hi Friends,

    I am new to learn WPF and WCF ,
    please provide some ideas.
  • #727486

    Check the below links about WCF

    Check the below links about WPF

  • #727492

    Better to join in any institute there itself you learn all the basics related that, if you want to learn in through online then refer Mahesh posted links may be that links helpful to you and one more thing wherever you learn that is online or institute the common thing is you must and should practise on everyday. Then only you are expert in that domain.

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  • #727523
    First we need to compare and difference in both WPF and WCF.WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) is the latest framework from Microsoft while WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) is a Framework for creating User Interfaces
    For more information on WPF and WCF use below links.

  • #727563
    Get your first WCF service implementation and test it using WCFTestClient


  • #727895
    Hai Raahmankhan,
    There are various websites from where you can learn these technologies. But I would like to commend two of them-
    One for the WCF and other for WPF.
    for WCF:

    For WPF:

    There website links are best if you are begineer in these technologies as here they have explained each and every thing with the example and details, how to use them with the pictorially.
    Hope it will be helpful to you.

    Pawan Awasthi(DNS MVM)
    +91 8123489140 (whatsApp), +60 14365 1476(Malaysia)

  • #730451
    To learn WCF John Sharp : Learn WCF step by step is an awesome book with clear concepts.
    Miss. Jain
    Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist in .Net

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