Tuesday, January 15, 2013

[Publication] New "WCF 4.5 Multi-Layer Services Development with Entity Framework" Book is now available in English

I am happy to announce, that the English book “WCF 4.5 Multi-Layer Services Development with Entity Framework”, which I have technically reviewed, is now available in the Packt Publishing online store. You may buy it as eBook and paper book.

If you are interested in .NET 4.5 and WCF 4.5, this book is for you since it contains everything necessary for you to master those technologies quickly. Examples and explications provide thorough information on all new features. I personally have reviewed all of the examples and I hope they will give you all insights you expect.

WCF 4.5 Multi-Layer Services Development with Entity Framework

Here is the table of contents (look under the “Table of Contents” tab):

Preface
Chapter 1: Web Services and Windows Communication Foundation
Chapter 2: Implementing a Basic HelloWorld WCF Service
Chapter 3: Hosting and Debugging the HelloWorld WCF Service
Chapter 4: Implementing a WCF Service in the Real World
Chapter 5: Adding Database Support and Exception Handling
Chapter 6: LINQ: Language Integrated Query
Chapter 7: LINQ to Entities: Basic Concepts and Features
Chapter 8: LINQ to Entities: Advanced Concepts and Features
Chapter 9: Applying LINQ to Entities to a WCF Service
Chapter 10: Distributed Transaction Support of WCF
Chapter 11: WCF Security
Chapter 12: Extending WCF Services
Index

If you have bought and read it, please let me know what you think.


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1 comment:

Michael Warden said...

I purchased this a few weeks ago as my organization is trying to be more development based. Great teaching!! I've running into some issues with errors occurring when I deploy my own services but I think that is more my lack of understanding then any fault on the books part. I have both the eBook and the hard-copy. I love the attention to not only showing how to make WCF work with Entity Framework but also correct structure of the code. Even when shortcuts are taken, the correct method is mentioned.