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Latest development in web services

Nila dhan
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Can anyone let me know about the latest development in web services.Any links would be helpful
Masoud Kalali
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Standards related to Web service can be found in www.ws-i.org and http://www.oasis-open.org/ but in case that you want a brief overview then http://www.ws-standards.com/ could be a very good start as it has some samples too.

In case that you are looking for latest implementation you can take a look at htt://metro.dev.java.net which is latest implementation of JAX-WS with several of WS-I standards.


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William Brogden
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I would say the most interesting development in "web services" is the rise in the last few years of developers who feel that the SOAP approach is overkill and that the REST approach is a better match to most problems.

Here is part 1 of my survey article on the topic.

These days there is a rather astonishing movement toward support for RESTful web services in toolkits, standards, languages, etc.

Bill
 
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