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Cross-Platform Web Services Using C# & JAVA (Programming Series)

by Brian Hochgurtel

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As the need for application-to-application communication and platform interoperability continues to grow, Web service developers need to be skilled in the technologies and languages that make this communication possible. Web services provide a language and platform independent standard for creating and connecting code that allows software applications (remote objects) to communicate with each other and users, via a network or the Web. Rather than focus on one specific technology or language, Cross-Platform Web Services Using C# and Java teaches how to integrate the various technologies of Web services using the two languages expected to dominate this growing area.… (more)
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As the need for application-to-application communication and platform interoperability continues to grow, Web service developers need to be skilled in the technologies and languages that make this communication possible. Web services provide a language and platform independent standard for creating and connecting code that allows software applications (remote objects) to communicate with each other and users, via a network or the Web. Rather than focus on one specific technology or language, Cross-Platform Web Services Using C# and Java teaches how to integrate the various technologies of Web services using the two languages expected to dominate this growing area.

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