Sanjiva says Oh yeah we support both WS-* and RESTful services. However, they won’t meet the RESTafarian fanatics like Tim Bray’s coolaid drunkenness level of REST .. but if you want to do pragmatic work with services and support either or both of WS-* and REST then take a look at Apache Axis2 (Java & […]
I have another exciting milestone to announce for Cyclogz. After several hours of marathon coding over the last few days, I added automatic geotagging support for Flickr photos. Now, I can see my ride photos with the rest of the ride data, conveniently on a map. With this update, geotagging is a simple process of […]
Sergey Beryozkin is wondering about is it what actually defines Web Services ? Not only the actual technology per se but the fact that multiple businesses can do the same technology and successfully interoperate? Will it ever happen with RESTful services ? Will it be possible for multiple companies to interoperate with more sophisticated things […]
What is striking about the WS-Empire striking back (borrowing from Mark’s post) is not the attempt to "standardize" certain new features for SOAP messages, but the apparent lack (or break-down) of a cohesive guiding principle for architecting SOAP-based web services. I’m referring to WS-ResourceTransfer here.