WCF [Windows Communication Foundation] in vb.net

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WCF [Windows Communication Foundation]:

It is a unified programming model for developing service-oriented solutions for the Windows platform.


WPF [Windows Presentation Foundation]:

It is a new framework for developing rich interface applications with the support of animations, media elements such as Audio-Video and data services, etc.  

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  • WPF 3.0 supports only 2D
  • WPF 3.5 has been enhanced with 3D and rich UI support.
  • WPF 4.0 has been enhanced with touch support

 WF (Windows Workflow Foundation):

It is a set of activities that are used to coordinate the people and services.  

CS (Card space):

It is a new Framework provided to build high end secured applications using windows cards.  

LINQ (Language Integrated Query):

It is a new Framework introduced in .Net 3.5 for queering the data present within the collection database or XML.

Note: LINQ can also be used for data manipulations.  

VB.Net 4.0 or VB10:

It is a language with all the greatest features of all the latest languages such as C++, VB, Java, etc, and also the language consists of features that are needed for next-generation application development.    

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