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I was just doing some questions for Web Services certification. I have answer for the below question but I didn't get the logic. Can anybody help?
A company is refactoring an existing website to use Web services clients. The application retrieves lists
of parts and displays them to the users in a browser window. Previously, the data was stored as files on
the web server and, in order to access the files, the user would simply click on a hyperlink. Now the data
must be dynamically generated via a service that another developer has created. They want the easiest
way to refactor their website to use Web services. Which three client-side technologies should they use.?
The answer is given B,C,E. But why? Please explain.
normally web server resources are accessed by HTTP URL. Therefore, for this scenario, REST based web services shall be better (if not best) to implement.
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Thanks for the clearcut explanation. If you don't mind then please look for other queries also.