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XML Web services

This chapter looks at the pluses and minues of implementing and consuming Web services in a .NET environment.

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XML Web services

Book description:
Many embrace XML Web services as technology that will spell the end to heavy and complex solutions for distributed communications. At the root of its appeal is the fact that Web services are based on standardized technologies like HTTP and XML that are designed to promote seamless interoperability among different operating systems. This chapter, excerpted from Core C# and .NET, takes a look at the pluses and minues of implementing and consuming Web services in a .NET environment, presenting Web services from both the server and client perspective.

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This was last published in January 2008

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