Monday, April 29, 2013

WCF 4.5 Services Development with Entity Framework and MVC 4

In this article, I'll be covering the implementation of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) with Entity Framework (EF) and MVC 4. As far as prerequisites are concerned, I assume you have some familiarity with basic Web service and Web application concepts. However, I don't expect you to have any concrete experience using WCF or .NET 4.5. This will cover some of the basics around what it takes to build a simple application using WCF 4.5, with Entity Framework and present the data in the front-end using MVC 4. This application will be using a sample database (Northwind database), which is widely available on the Internet. The development environment used is Visual Studio 2012. The end result of this application will be displaying the data on an ASP.NET MVC. The service will be exposed and returns a list of ten most expensive products.

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