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.NET Core launched without support for WCF. Which is fine for new projects, but what about projects that already utilize WCF? Is there any way to interop with these from .NET Core projects?

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You're right that for newer projects, you shouldn't be starting fresh with WCF services. But there is 20+ years of legacy systems out there that already expose WCF web bindings, and sometimes you just can't avoid it.

Recently, "CoreWCF" which is a community project supported by Microsoft was given an official release. You can find it here : https://github.com/CoreWCF/CoreWCF

Importantly it works with both .NET Framework and .NET Core, and you can use it to slowly ween away from existing WCF services as you see fit.
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