MSDN Magazine May 2007
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The Windows Presentation Foundation application model distinguishes between standalone and browser applications and between menu driven and hyperlink driven navigation, resulting in a more satisfying experience for your users.
MSDN Magazine October 2006
The Windows Presentation Foundation provides new techniques for UI-based developing applications and makes better use of current hardware and technologies. In this article, Ian Griffiths and Chris Sells explain 10 of the most significant advances that make WPF superior to its Win32 predecessors.
Ian Griffiths and Chris Sells
MSDN Magazine January 2006
Schema- first contract-first modeling of Web Services gives you the ability to model your contracts with an XML-centric mindset. This process keeps you focused on universally acceptable types and the hierarchical data structures that can be represented in XML.
Christian Weyer, Buddhike de Silva
MSDN Magazine October 2009
Late last year Microsoft released Calendar and DatePicker controls for WPF in the WPF Toolkit. We'll show you how they work, and how you can customize them.
MSDN Magazine June 2009
The heart of Windows Workflow Foundation is its declarative programming model. Here are some best practices to consider when using WF to realize software solutions in the real world.
MSDN Magazine December 2008
State Machine workflows represent a different way of visualizing program logic. Rather than flowing from activity to activity like sequential workflows, State Machines transition from state to state. Learn about uses for State machines and see how to design and build a State Machine workflow with Windows Workflow Foundation.
MSDN Magazine February 2008
MSDN Magazine March 2007
Windows Communication Foundation supports several serialization mechanisms and provides a simple, interoperable foundation for future service-oriented applications. Here Aaron Skonnard explains it all.
MSDN Magazine August 2006
Windows Communication Foundation provides three major protections- confidentiality, integrity, and authentication. This month Keith Brown explains what they can do for you.
In last month's column, I presented a helpdesk workflow sample that focused on WindowsÃÂ® Forms client applications. This month I'll discuss ASP. NET workflow applications and the ability to expose a workflow as a Web service and invoke a Web service from a workflow.
MSDN Magazine April 2006