WPF & WCF Development Company

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WPF & WCF Web Development Services

Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) is a graphical programming model for rendering the user interface in Windows based applications by Microsoft. It uses DirectX and provides consistent programming model for building applications and separates the user interface from business logic. It uses a markup language known as XAML (derivative of XML). A perfect combination of Visual studio and Expression Blends enables holistic Windows Presentation Foundation implementation. At CMARIX we also have hands on experience in WPF 3D, whereby we have worked with Viewport 3D, Camera, 3D Models and Lights.

Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) is a runtime tool which leverages on set of APIs in the .Net Framework for building connected, service oriented applications. WCF facilitates development of coupled applications and supports distributed application development by providing a layered architecture.

At CMARIX we utilize the combination of Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) to create rich control, design, and development of the visual aspects of Windows programs.

Our WPF and WCF Development services include

  • Creating WCF based secured Web Services
  • Implementing Transaction Support for WCF
  • Enterprise WPF and WCF Implementation
  • Desktop Application Development
  • WPF Performance Optimization
  • WCP Performance Optimization
  • WPF & WCF Maintenance and Support
  • Hire WPF Developers
  • Hire WCP Developers

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  • 22+ WPF WCP Development Experts
  • 9+ years of Experience in WPF WCP Development
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  • 210 Points Process Orientation
  • 260+ Custom software solutions

Benefits of WPF & WCF

  • Declarative Programming and Data Binding
  • Simplifies Modification and easy Deployment
  • Quick Streaming
  • Enables Scalable UI
  • Culturally aware Controls
  • Resolution Independence
  • Rich Composition and Customization
  • Use Triggers for a Reactive Application