Visual Basic NET Web services
- December 15, 2010
Open Data Protocol, OData, is rapidly evolving. This Web protocol used for querying and updating data gives users a way to unlock data, freeing it from silos in today’s applications.
- December 10, 2008
Book publisher Simon & Schuster successfully modernizes legacy mainframe systems by porting COBOL applications to Microsoft .NET.
- October 21, 2008
With common Web 2.0 interfaces, SOA, and BPM, Epicor ERP business users and managers can make changes to business processes. In the past, that kind of customization had to be hand coded, requiring IT involvement.
- October 06, 2008
After several years pursuing a modeling tool strategy focused on Domain Specific Languages (DSLs), Microsoft is broadening its approach to include more UML-related modeling tools. How these tools will work under the umbrella of the company's ...
- July 09, 2008
Microsoft plans support for UML in its planned Oslo platform for model-driven SOA, but is not basing its new tools on that modeling language, explains Burley Kawasaki.
- April 16, 2008
An integration expert at Deutsche Post finds a way to bring .NET applications into a CRM system that is part of a Java-based service-oriented architecture (SOA).
- October 30, 2007
Microsoft is unveiling Oslo, its SOA product roadmap, which includes model-driven development tools in Visual Studio to allow users to design and deploy composite applications without coding.
- June 27, 2006
It was a dark and stormy night, 52,000 Austin Energy customers lost power and an SOA application that had just gone live came to the rescue.
- June 01, 2005
The provider of hosted project management software rewrote its site in .NET technologies and is beta-testing a Web services interface.
- April 07, 2005
Health care software provider IDX recently implemented JuggerNET to bridge the gap between Java-based middleware and .NET clients.
- June 08, 2004
Developers can control access control for ASP.NET applications through Tivoli Access Manager.
- May 27, 2004
There is no "I" in team -- just ask Microsoft. Redmond announced at Tech Ed this week the Visual Studio 2005 Team System, development tools that support development teams and not just the individual programmer.
- May 25, 2004
At its TechEd conference, Redmond takes the wraps off new technology designed to ease the creation of Web services and enable service-oriented applications.
- May 11, 2004
Mono is out in beta, and its creator Miguel de Icaza hopes it reaches epidemic proportions.
- March 25, 2004
Integration vendor WRQ joined the Visual Studio Industry Partner program, giving .NET developers access to legacy data via WRQ.