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  • Chapter 1. Introducing Web Services
  • The Problem: Sharing Data
  • The Solution: Distributed Application Development
  • The Web Architecture
  • Modular Design
  • Message Passing
  • Error Handling
  • The Web Service Architecture
  • The Baseline Specifications of Web Service Architecture
  • Summary
  • Chapter 2. XML Web Services Standards
  • The Basics
  • Standards for XML Web Services
  • Discovering Services with UDDI
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  • Chapter 3. Creating Web Services with ASP.NET
  • Roadmap to ASP.NET Web Services
  • Building Servers
  • Web Services

    The underlying software and hardware that provide the connective tissue for the Internet represent some of the most complex technology of the past few decades. Just a few years ago, the Internet was a simple network that relatively few people used for e-mail. Seemingly overnight, HTTP- and HTML-based Web pages emerged.

    HTTP (Hypertext Transport Protocol) is an application-level protocol that is relatively easy to implement and debug. Web pages based on HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) are easy to author using a human-readable format that Web browsers have been liberal at interpreting.

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