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Web Services is a new paradigm that has evolved with time. With successful demonstration of proof of concept, Web Services are gradually moving towards occupying an important space in enterprise computing. In this book, we will discuss the consumption, development and deployment, description, discovery and security of Web Services in conjunction with the PHP programming model for Web services.
This book is developed keeping in mind two main audiences:
Author Biography: Ken Egervari is a 22-year-old entrepreneur and author from Windsor, Ontario Canada who is a technology enthusiast and software architect. He has written several types of applications ranging from networking to entertainment and the enterprise. He has used various languages such as Assembly, C, C++, Java, SQL, PHP, DHTML, and others. Ken is co-author of Professional PHP4 and Professional PHP4 XML from Wrox Press.
James Fuller has 15 yrs commercial programming experience in a variety of languages. He has been technical director of some large Internet companies and currentlyholds this position at on-IDLE Ltd. He is a regular contributor to the XSL-List. He would like to play chess more and learn the Czech language.
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Table of Contents
Concepts of Web Services and PHP Programming model
XML and the Hyper Text Transfer Protocol
Messaging with XML RPC and SOAP
Consuming SOAP Web Services
Web Services Security
Describing Web Services with WSDL
Discovering Web Services with UDDI
PHP Web Services best practices
Integrating and Interoperating PHP applications
Real life Case Studies using the PHP Web services model and Interoperability