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Connect to WCF service from different browsers

I've made a WCF service which should be accessible from different web browsers (Chrome, FF, ...) this connector should be easy to implement in different webpages as I plan to sell it with the WCF service to customers..

The WCF Service will connect a business solution (addresses, invoices) to their website. So they can for example add new addresses to their databases..

I have no much experience in this field. What would be the best approach to this? Some kind of webplugin or a webpage? And can this be done in c# somehow?
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käµfm³d 👽Commented:
If it's going to be accessible by browsers, then it sounds like you would have created it in a RESTful style. Is this what you have done?
socom1985Author Commented:
yes. A customer already connected to it through his coldfusion page.. I'm looking for a solution which can be easily implemented in various webpages (PHP, ASP.NET, ColdFusion)

Don't know if this is possible somehow..
Bhavesh ShahLead AnalysistCommented:

If one can accessible to one browser, then it is easily accessible to others too.

please look at the following links, it might give you some idea.



Check and let us know.

- Bhavesh
Silverlight is a IE plug in. You can develop in C# and talk to wcf service. You can interact with asp.net  & silverlight and vice versa. Works in all browsers

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