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About the WCF & WPF

WCF stands for Windows Communication Foundation. It is a framework for building, configuring, and deploying network-distributed services. Earlier known as Indigo, it enables hosting services in any type of operating system process. This tutorial explains the fundamentals of WCF and is conveniently divided into various sections. Every section of this tutorial has adequate number of examples to explain different concepts of WCF.

A WPF application requires the .NET framework to run, just like any other .NET application type. Fortunately, Microsoft has been including the .NET framework on all versions of Windows since Vista, and they have been pushing out the framework on older versions through Windows Update. In other words, you can be pretty sure that most Windows users out there will be able to run your WPF application.

Course Syllabus

WCF - 20 Hours
  • Introducing WCF
  • WCF Concepts
  • Contracts & Types
  • Address And Binding
  • Message Exchange Patterns
  • Instance Management
  • Data Contracts & Error Handling in WCF
  • Transactions in WCF
WPF - 20 Hours
  • Introducing WPF
  • Introduction to WPF Controls
  • Layout & Container Controls in WPF
  • Menus, Toolbars & Status Bars in WPF
  • Dialogs & Multimedia Content in WPF
  • Deployment in WPF
Soft Skill - 8 Hours
  • Basics of Communication
  • Importance of Effective Communication
  • Prepare & Deliver an Effective Presentation
  • Interview Question
  • How to prepare for an Interview
  • Resume Writting Tips
  • Identify Common Questions Asked in an Interview
Project Internship - 14 Hours