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Representational state transfer (REST) is a style of software architecture. REST is an “architectural style” that basically exploits the existing technology and protocols of the Web. RESTful is typically used to refer to web services […]

What is REST?

Representational State Transfer (REST) is an architectural style consisting of a coordinated set of constraints applied to components, connectors, and data elements, within a distributed hypermedia system. REST ignores the details of component implementation and […]

Why SOAP, not HTTP?

Before SOAP when two different applications talk to each other there are some proprietary protocols available like RMI/IIOP (Internet Inter-Orb Protocol) which obviously works well only with java (though there are ways you can work […]

There is huge difference between REST and SOAP. Comparing SOAP and REST is not just right as they are different things. Both approaches work, both have advantages and disadvantages to interfacing to web services, but […]

What is soap in web services

What is SOAP? “Simple Object Access Protocol” – a lightweight XML-based messaging protocol used to encode the information in Web service request and response messages before sending them over a network. It is used to […]

RESTful services is used for creating, maintaining, retrieving, and deleting resources. A resource can be anything of potential interest that is serializable in some form like a file, query, calculation, or concept. This form is […]

Stateless means the state of the service doesn’t persist between subsequent requests and response. Each request carries its own user credentials and is individually authenticated. But in stateful each request is known from any prior […]

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