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How to start learning Web Services

 
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Hello Ranchers,

I am totally new to web services. I have knowledge in developing Java based Web applications.

How can I start learning WebServices?

I prefer to learn by doing programs rather than reading theory.

Could anyone recommend me a practical guide(Free E book or tutorial) to learn web services?


Thanks in Advance.
 
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Hello!

If you are using NetBeans IDE, you should first try this official tutorial.
Also look at this resource, this site contains a set of detailed web service tutorials.

If you are using Eclipse platform, perhaps you may find this link useful.

Best regards
Vasily

 
Umashanthi Pavalanathan
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Hello Vasily Kukhta ,

Thank you very much for the very useful resources.

Yes, I am using NetBeans IDE and that official tutorial will be helpful.

The resource on javapassion.com is really useful. This's the first time I am hearing about such a wonderful site.
Many thanks to you for sharing that great site. It will be useful for me for other topics too.

Thank you very much and you kind help is highly appreciated.

Students like me need such good guidance to succeed in our carrier.

Thank You


Regards,
Umashanthi Pavalanathan
 
Vasily Kukhta
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Glad to hear this information helped you.

Happy coding!

Best regards
Vasily
 
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