Web Service Implementation

So far we have only scratched the surface of real-world Web service programming. We still have to cover a number of significant aspects to complete our overview of the Web service development model. I’m not intending to offer you the ultimate book about Web service planning and programming. In spite of this, I want to discuss a few more arguments that become topical issues as soon as you move away from point-and-click Web services.

In the rest of this chapter, I will not delve into the nitty-gritty details of issues such as contract design, user authentication, and asynchronous calls. However, I’ll review the critical aspects of these issues so that you have a head start in finding out more information about them from ...

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