Foundations of Programming: Web Services

Foundations of Programming: Web Services

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Web services drive communication on the web and they have been at the core of modern application architectures for many years. Regardless of what language or platform a developer is using, understanding how web services work is a critical skill. David Gassner starts this course with a definition of web services and explores their history and use in distributed computing. He then explores the transport protocols HTTP and SMTP; messaging formats such as SOAP, ATOM, JSON, and Plain Old XML (POX); and service standards like SOAP toolkits, REST, and OData. Plus, learn how to secure your communications across the web with API keys and other security standards. Note: The course includes examples of a variety of server- and client-based implementations and coding excerpts in Java, JavaScript, C#, and PHP.
Publisher: Carpenteria, CA lynda.com, 2013.
Copyright Date: ©2013
Additional Contributors: Lynda.com (Firm)

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