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Programming Microsoft(r) .Net XML Web Services (Pro-Developer) e-book

Author:

Damien Foggon,Chris Ullman,Daniel Maharry,Karli Watson

Language:

English

Category:

IT

Subcategory:

Programming

ePub size:

1117 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Microsoft Press (August 27, 2003)

Pages:

720

ISBN:

0735619123

Programming Microsoft(r) .Net XML Web Services (Pro-Developer) e-book

by Damien Foggon,Chris Ullman,Daniel Maharry,Karli Watson


This exhaustive resource cuts to the heart of developing XML Web Services and their clients-offering expert insights on the relevant standards,. NET classes, and key design and development techniques.

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Description: 25-Word Description This book breaks new ground by providing a hands-on exploration of XML Web services to help programmers design, build, and consume best-of-breed Web services. 75-Word Description With this guide, the authors set an ambitious course to help professional programmers understand the architecture of XML Web services and implement the right solutions by creating and consuming best-of-breed XML Web services. The book provides a hands-on exploration of how to design, build, and use XML Web services to help developers break new ground with their Web applications. Topics covered include generic Web services, Microsoft ASP.NET-based Web services, the Simple Object Application Protocol (SOAP), Microsoft ADO.NET, .NET Remoting, and more. Positioning Statement: The comprehensive resource for any developer who wants to create great solutions based on XML Web services
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This is a total disaster. The authors don't know how to present material for readers to understand. Examples are half cooked and mixed up between soap 1.1 and soap 1.2.
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The book is very confusing. Not clear and concise. Several of the chapters seems to be rehash of documentation meant to increase the size of the book.

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