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WCF NET.TCP Protocol in Silverlight 4 
Silverlight 4 beta has been released and it has many new features. One of the most important features is net.tcp binding support. Now in Silverlight 4 we can communicate with WCF web service using net.tcp protocol.  If I can choose the one most important feature in Silverlight 4 beta that can kill WPF apps I will choose the net.tcp support.

One of the major performance improvements in Silverlight  was the possibility to add binary encoding to basic http binding that serializes and deserializes your messages in binary format. Net.tcp binding uses binary message encoding by default.

Posted by Radenko Zec on Dec 11, 2009       
Tags: WCF , TCP , Silverlight 4

Categories: Learn , Tutorials

To learn in more details go to:

http://www.linkedin.com/news?actionBar=&aIdx=10&articleID=93659434&aogid=93590453&gid=124074&gid=124074&srchType=nws&srchCat=RCNT&trk=news_brkout&goback=%2Envr_124074_2

Posted on Friday, December 11, 2009 9:39 AM Blogs | Back to top


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