WCF and Publish Subscribe– A Full Example: Introduction

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series WCF Publish Subscribe - A Full Example in C#, Step by Step

Imagine that you are a magazine publishing company. Your revenue depends on subcribers – in particular, happy subscribers. To ensure that your subscribers stay happy, one of the foremost services you need to provide is timely noticification whenever a new issue is out.

What do you (the magazine publisher) need to do?

You need to implement the publisher side of the publish-subscribe pattern.

What do your customers (subscribers) need to do?

Each customer needs to implement the subscriber part of the publish-subscribe pattern.

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