• Web service technologies primer

    A Web service is a self-describing component (large-scale piece of code) that can discover and communicate with other components using Web-based communications in a standardized way.

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  • Which is more secure: RESTful or SOAP based web services?

    I am new to web services and want to learn about it. I have tried both SOAP and restful webserviuces. I have following queries: SOAP or Restful: Which is more secure? Can we have HTTPS based URLs for Restful web services? Do we have any inbuilt support for security for web services in any...

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  • Differences between Web services and Web applications

    Web services are services with standard interfaces that just expose a behavior. Web applications are full blown browser-based applications that also include an interface. Web services are granular (specific well-defined functions). Web applications are complete holistic functions that are bound...

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  • More firms using Web services to integrate legacy apps

    More firms are using Web services to make their business-critical data available to a new generation of applications. But be careful; there are risks as well as rewards.

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  • Eight ways Web services will change administrators’ lives

    What's up with Web services and .NET? Not too much so far. Though .NET info is lacking, sWM offers this checklist of eight ways a Web server administrator will be affected by these mysterious Web services.

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  • MS offers early look at Longhorn, Web services, DB plans

    Microsoft plans to offer developers and others an early look at its vision for Web services, database management and the next version of Windows at this week's Professional Developers Conference.

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  • Look before you leap into Web services, part 2

    Web services can help some companies increase productivity and cost-savings. But it's not for everyone. Find out why the hype surrounding Web services threatens to overshadow its benefits.

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  • Paul Kimmel: .NET and Web services: What they mean for the enterprise

    Paul Kimmel's ".NET and Web services: What they mean for the enterprise" session from Enterprise Windows Decisions 2003.

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  • Yahoo! unveils Ajax Web services

    Leveraging its 2004 acquistion of Oddpost Inc., Yahoo! has released four new Ajax-based Web services APIs.

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  • Implementing your first Web service

    Hands on establishment of a simple Web service.

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