2008 Volume I Issue XII
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We are back here with the June 2008 special issue of
Java Jazz-up. This current June edition is designed as ‘Web Services’ special issue. From some previous issues
we decided to release our magazine as special issue on
a single technology. Our last issue was designed as ‘Web Services’ special issue. The issue really proved
very popular and valuable among our readers. The current issue extends ‘Web Services’ initialized from the
last issue. We hope the issue will be more popular and
valuable for all readers.
Web Service is one of the most popular and useful
techniques in the landscape of software development.
Web Services allows different applications to talk to
each other and share data and services among them.
Other applications can also use the services of the web
services. For example VB or .NET application can talk to
java web services and vice versa. So, Web services are
used to make the application platform and technology
independent. In the issue, our readers will learn about
web services providers, RESTful web services, SOA and
web services, open source web services tools, web
services and ajax, WS-Security etc.
In addition as per the growing popularity of Web
Services we have included four relevant tutorials on
Web Services published in IBM developerWorks with
consent. We are thankful to the team of IBM for
granting permission regarding the same.
To make it interesting for readers we have categorized
each section with different colors and images that
would certainly lure readers while reading technological
stuffs. We are providing it in PDF format that you can
view and even download it as a whole or a part. This
PDF version provides you a different experience.
Please send us your valuable feedback about this issue
and participate in the reader’s forum with your problems
and issues concerned with the topics you want us to
include in our next issues.
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