Web services is a standardized way or medium to propagate communication between the client and server applications on the World Wide Web. This course will give a detailed insight into various components of web services like SOAP,WSDL, REST, and how they operate.
What Should I Know?
This course is designed for beginners having basic knowledge of web services protocols and SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) principles.
|Tutorial||Web service architecture & Introduction|
|Tutorial||SOAP – Simple Object Access Protocol|
|Tutorial||WSDL – Web services description language|
|Tutorial||RESTful Web Services|
|Tutorial||Comparison between Web services|
|Tutorial||Security in Web Services|
|Tutorial||SOA (Service Oriented Architecture) Principles|
|Tutorial||API vs Web Service: What's the Difference?|
|Tutorial||20 Best API Testing Tools: REST & SOAP Web Services|
|Tutorial||Microservices Tutorial: Architecture and Example|
|Tutorial||Best Service Virtualization Tools|
|Tutorial||Top 70 Web Services Interview Questions & Answers|
What is Web Service?
Web service is a standardized medium to propagate communication between the client and server applications on the World Wide Web.
Web services provide a common platform that allows multiple applications built on various programming languages to have the ability to communicate with each other
Popular Web Services Protocols are:
SOAP is known as the Simple Object Access Protocol.
SOAP was developed as an intermediate language so that applications built on various programming languages could talk quickly to each other and avoid the extreme development effort.
WSDL is known as the Web Services Description Language(WSDL).
WSDL is an XML-based file which tells the client application what the web service does and gives all the information required to connect to the web service.
REST stands for REpresentational State Transfer.
REST is used to build Web services that are lightweight, maintainable, and scalable.