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Building Microsoft ASP.NET Applications for Mobile Devices, Second Edition [Electronic resources] - نسخه متنی

Andy Wigley; Peter Roxburgh

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Chapter 15: XML Web Services


Overview


XML Web services offer an exciting new way to provide remote access to software components. If you're a traditional Web developer, you'll need to undergo a paradigm shift to really understand XML Web services. If you're a programmer who uses existing forms of remote procedure calls, you're in for a pleasant surprise. You can think of an XML Web service as a special kind of Web site; one designed for programmatic access rather than interactive access through a browser.

This chapter is a brief introduction to how you can use XML Web services in mobile Web applications. You'll learn how to create an XML Web service using Visual Studio .NET and how to consume an XML Web service from a .NET application. We'll also explain how to create and modify Web service description documents and work with DataSet objects. And finally, we'll present some design considerations for using XML Web services in applications for mobile devices.

For a detailed analysis of XML web services, readers are advised to consult books dedicated to this subject, such as Microsoft .NET XML Web Services Step by Step by Adam Freeman and Allen Jones (Microsoft Press, 2002), or Building XML Services for the Microsoft .NET Platform by Scott Short (Microsoft Press, 2002).

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