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Review of Web Services in .NET, outlining some of the differences between SOAP and REST

Review of Web Services in .NET, outlining some of the differences between SOAP and REST

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  • 1. Or “How I learned to stop worrying and love HTTP”
  • 2. A service that is accessed using web- standard methods HTTP Consumers of a web service don’t need to know anything about the platform, object model, or programming language used to implement the service, they just need to know how to HTTP
  • 3.  Remote Procedure Call • Basically calling the methods of an object located on a server instead of in memory • uses Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP)  Standard used to represent method calls and return values  Uses Web Service Definition Language (WSDL) to communicate what is expected for input and output
  • 4. • Soap is kind of complicated• Proxy class generators were created • see: Add (Service) Reference
  • 5.  Relies on event-driven message passing for communication Other fancy words include “enterprise service bus”, “event driven architecture” Almost all solutions are vendor-specific or home-brewed, terribly expensive and complicated I will not be showing an example of this today :P
  • 6. A service that doesn’t require any of the SOAP stuff Data usually returned in XML or JSON format Structured so that multiple web services can be combined into single applications “aka mashups” Resource focused as opposed to action focused (nouns over verbs)
  • 7.  aka REST Uses HTTP Verbs to perform actions with resources • Create = PUT, Read = GET, Update = POST (or PATCH), Delete = DELETE Focus on stateless resources and clean URLs • i.e. server.com/customers/5/invoices instead of server.com/customers?id=5&show=invoices
  • 8.  HATEOAS Restafarianism OData

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