• Can I Move a WCF Project to .NET 6?

    You can't directly port a WCF application to .NET 6. Like .NET 5 the rest of .NET Core, WCF is an unsupported technology and will remain exclusively a part of .NET Framework. But it doesn't mean it's not worth migrating. Here, we review why you should consider migrating anyways, choosing .NET 6 over other versions of .NET Core, and the available WCF alternatives.

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  • Visual ReCode Now Works With .NET 6

    Want to convert a WCF project to gRPC on .NET 6? Our newest update makes that possible. Let's review the changes made for Visual ReCode 2022.1, available for download today!

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  • WCF to gRPC: What Should You Keep in Mind?

    Are you considering moving from WCF to gRPC? There are many reasons to do so. Whether you just want the performance benefits or looking for a WCF stand-in for .NET Core or .NET 5, gRPC will provide a faster, less taxing framework than WCF. But what else do you need to consider before making a switch?

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