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VINE VOICEon 14 January 2003
This is a good overview of the design ideas of web services. Covering all of the ground you get to visit all parts of web-services and get an idea of how they might be used thanks to a nice running story about a company trying to implement a web services ordering system. However, the book concentrates on the design issues and if you are the type of developer who likes to see code and know what to type in order to get it going you might need another book as well.
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on 25 June 2002
Brilliant explanation of the 'web services' concept that is not directly loyal to any one particular development package. When choosing 'web services' the goal can become clouded by trying to fit to a particular technology rather than keeping to a set strategy. This book covers the core development tools (XML, ebXML) and the shared functionality (SOAP, UDDI) that is common to .Net, e-speak or Sun One. Not everybody wants to follow the Microsoft route.
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on 20 December 2012
This is a really great book which talks about web services. A lot of commonly-used techniques are mentioned here to help building web services.
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