MIX06: From HTML to Services: Building a Site for REST, POX, AJAX, RSS, SOAP, and WS-*

Posted in Conferences, Frameworks, Web Technologies, Companies, Development on March 26, 2009

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Your site is more than a collection of pages; it's a programmable platform that your users are leveraging in innovative new ways. Scraping, mashups, and RSS mean that your site is already a service, and the fastest, most flexible way to build that service is with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF). With WCF you can expose your site over a whole host of different transports and formats, ensuring that clients of all kinds can access your content. Use WCF to take your site to the next level and provide an optimized experience for all of your users.

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