My initial thoughts on "Indigo" (Windows Communication Foundation)

Posted by: Mike Christensen: Web Dev Guy, on 04 Apr 2006 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Recently, I took an extensive in-depth course on Indigo, Microsofts new platform for allowing applications to talk to each other easier.  Ive decided to write a blog on this topic, sharing what Ive learned with others.   Indigo is an attempt to replace DCOM, MSMQ, COM+, Web Services, ASMX, Remoting and other technologies designed for inter-application communication.  The Indigo team has incorporated the strengths of these older technologies into this new platform, and designed Indigo...

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