• October 24, 2001 24 Oct'01

    "Web Services" Building Blocks

    Ed Tittel discusses the building blocks of Web services.  Continue Reading

  • October 24, 2001 24 Oct'01

    XML's challenge is a war of the words

    Dr. Charles F. Goldbarb believes that XML will foment revolution by bridging the gap between document and data processing. For this revolution to succeed, however, XML proponents need to rebel against the computer industry's wayward way with words.  Continue Reading

  • October 24, 2001 24 Oct'01

    Web services: Coming soon, sort of

    The industry has to clearly outline the advantages of Web services if they want the technology to catch on in business.  Continue Reading

  • October 23, 2001 23 Oct'01

    Web Services (Part 1)

    Web services are currently garnering a lot of attention. Some of the attention is good, some of it not so good. In the latter category, Web services are unfortunately being hyped as the next  Continue Reading

  • October 23, 2001 23 Oct'01

    Web Services (Part 2)

    Steve Vinoski continues his article, saying because Web services represent the evolution and convergence of EDI, traditional middleware, and the Web itself, some tend to exaggerate their capabilities. Some describe them as finally providing true ...  Continue Reading

  • October 23, 2001 23 Oct'01

    Quick Takes: Web services catching on

    Nimble Technology has released a software platform to power Web services and Altova has readied a line of software tools for XML application development.  Continue Reading

  • October 23, 2001 23 Oct'01

    More than just a new Interface

    Web services are being hyped by vendors as the latest, greatest, and newest silver bullet to hit IT since sliced components...er, bread. Alas, they do not simplify the lives of software architects and IT managers. Rather, they add yet another new ...  Continue Reading