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It's no secret that web services continue to be one of the mort hyped, most touted, and most popular developments in network computing over the last five years. However, with hundreds of specifications emerging, it's still unclear - and almost impossible - to turn REST, RDF, SOAP, XML, and the rest into something that's actuallyuseful. Finally, though, there is a clear, concise guidebook for java developers seeking to leveragethe power of web services, today: Real World Web Services. Real World Web Services dispenses with the idea that just because something is a specification, it must be used. Instead, a practical (and often critical) eye is applied to the problems facing Java developers. This book isn't about theory; instead, it focuses on using working web service APIs, from important industry players such as:• PayPal• Amazon.com• Google.com• CDDB (the database that powers Windows Media Player)• eBay• FedExIf you're a Java developer who wants to write code that works - and works today - this is the book for you. With eight extensive projects combining popular web service APIs, and code on every page, this book is for the Java journeyman. So toss out the 100-page specifications, and start doing real work, with Real World Web Services.
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Those are the answers Real World Web Services delivers.
Prior to Web services, limited integration took place with numerous technologies, vendors, obstacles, and formats that prevented the sharing of data.
There are tons of tutorials on the Internet for creating a Hello World WCF project, like Implementing a Hello World WCF Project, and Implementing a WCF Service in the Real World. This article is to demonstrate how to efficiently and effectively manage WCF service development in enterprise environment through team work in order to rapidly develop and deliver decent Web services.
The term Web services describes a standardized way of integrating Web-based applications using the XML, SOAP, WSDL and UDDI open standards over an Internet protocol backbone.XML is used to tag the data, SOAP is used to transfer the data, WSDL is used for describing the services available and UDDI is used for listing what services are available.