.NET Web Services: Architecture and Implementation: Architecture and Implementation with .Net (MICROSOFT NET DEVELOPMENT SERIES)

NET Web Services Architecture and Implementation Architecture and Implementation with Net MICROSOFT NET DEVELOPMENT SERIES This guide shows the reader how to get the most out of s powerful tools for building Web services Readers will be able to learn not just how to use to build Web services but why was built and works t

  • Title: .NET Web Services: Architecture and Implementation: Architecture and Implementation with .Net (MICROSOFT NET DEVELOPMENT SERIES)
  • Author: Keith Ballinger
  • ISBN: 0321113594
  • Page: 289
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  • This guide shows the reader how to get the most out of s powerful tools for building Web services Readers will be able to learn not just how to use to build Web services, but why was built and works the way it does.

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    1. This book is an explanation of the Web Service Architecture.The first part explains the basic technologies concerning Web Services Further parts are about their implementation in the ASP package of the framework.All main features of a remote service are described in detail A special chapter is dedicated to securing Web Services with the current technology offered by the Framework These chapters do not describe the actual implementation of a special service feature, but offer some ideas for the r [...]


    2. Having already read another book on Web Services, most of this was not new However, that does not mean that I found the book to be a redundant addition to my collection The author does an excellent job of drilling down to the core technologies, XML, SOAP, WSDL, and offers ground level explanations of the technology as well as how they contribute to Web Services.This is an Architecture and Implementation book not an Applied book, so don t expect detailed practical examples, that give you the deta [...]


    3. First things, Keith Ballinger is extremely knowledgable when it comes to web services This book contains a lot of valuable information about designing and building web services using the framework So why only 3 stars This book was published in 2003 some specs from April 2003 are mentioned to confirm that , but it reads like a 2001 2002 book I was really looking for some information about how and when to use WSE instead of standard ASMX Unlike most books I own, this book really needed technical [...]


    4. This book is a must have if your are just getting you feet wet with Web Services It also provides great insight into interop and the direction of Web Services and the technology that makes it possible The authors insight is helpful in navigating the domain and helps with insightful suggestions on how to avoid some of the pitfalls of implementing Web Services.


    5. Too many books talk about web services and spend time on hype and nonsense then showing you how to build and use them This book however, does not have that shortcoming.The thing about this book that is so compelling is that you really get into building web services and consuming them, and its done in a way that is very practical and useful.There s the standard explanation of the things, but he never gets all into the hype at the expense of content.I think it s geared toward people with a basic [...]


    6. If you re just consuming a web service, and you don t need any low level details regarding what Microsoft is doing with its generated code, then this book is overkill But if you want to be able to build and consume web services without using generated code, or you need in depth knowledge of how web services work at the code level, then this book is a winner I ve given it only 4 stars because it s a little out of date now I wouldn t buy Ballinger s book just for WSE information since at least one [...]


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