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ASP.NET- Web Services tutorials

  • Web Services are essentially methods that you can call over the Internet and that can optionally return data to the calling code.


  • Web Service is an application that is designed to interact directly with other applications over the internet. In simple sense, Web Services are means for interacting with objects over the Internet.

  • The Web serivce consumers are able to invoke method calls on remote objects by using SOAP and HTTP over the Web. WebService is language independent and Web Services communicate by using standard web protocols and data formats, such as

    1. SOAP

    2. HTTP

    3. XML

  1. SOAP: SOAP (Simple object access protocol) is an XML-based messaging framework specifically designed for exchanging formatted data across the Internet, for example using request and reply messages or sending entire documents.

  2. XML: XML (Extensible Markup Language) provides a standards-based method for describing data (also known as metadata). XML has the ability to describe data using a simple grammar that is highly interoperable among the many heterogeneous systems that are connected to the Internet. Using the basic elements of the XML language, you can describe simple as well as complex data types and relationships.

  3. HTTP: (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) HTTP is the protocol to exchange or transfer hypertext.


Examples for Web Services

  • News Headline: You can display latest news update by using News Headline Web Service in your website.

  • Weather Reporting: You can use Weather Reporting web service to display weather information in your personal website.

  • Stock Quote: You can display latest update of Share market with Stock Quote on your web site. You can make your own web service and let others use it. For example you can make Free SMS Sending Service with footer with your companies advertisement, so whosoever uses this service indirectly advertises your company. You can apply your ideas in N no. of ways to take advantage of it.


Advantages of Web Service

  • The following advantages of web services are such as:

  • Web Service messages are formatted as XML, a standard way for communication between two incompatible system. And this message is sent via HTTP, so that they can reach to any machine on the internet without being blocked by firewall.

  • Significantly reduce the costs of enterprise application (EAI) integration and B2B communications.


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