Showing posts with label Protofub. Show all posts
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Working with Protobuf WCF Services

Protocol Buffers are a serialization format, developed by Google, that is fast and easy to use. Frequently referred to as "Protobuf," the technology consists of a language- and platform-neutral, extensible, binary format for fast data exchange that relies on an interface description language, which is compiled to native code. This article explains how to work with Protobuf technology. In addition, I'll show how to pair Protobuf with Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), which is Microsoft's unified programming model for building service-oriented apps. And I'll demonstrate the benefits of using Protobuf this way.


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