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  • This course is designed to help you learn and practice implementing contract-first web services using Apache CXF. We will focus on Java's JAX-WS specification as it is mature and accepted as a standard approach for web service implementation. This course has several objectives. Upon completion, you will be able to describe the Apache CXF architecture in detail. You will see the benefits of using CXF and understand the drivers for using it in your applications. You will be able to create a CXF web project using Maven. You will be able to use CXF for implementing a contract-first web service endpoint with a JAX-WS front-end. You will be able to implement unit tests, error handling, and interceptor logic for a CXF web service. Finally, you will be able to implement a web service client using CXF. This course is primarily intended for Java developers looking to implement web services. It will also be useful for technical and solution architects who are investigating technologies to leverage for implementing web services. It is recommended that you are proficient with Java and have an understanding of the Spring Framework core project. To best understand the drivers for using Apache CXF for your web service implementation, we will cover a brief history of the Java specifications, including JAX-RPC, JAX-WS, and JAX-RS. While the course will not cover CXF's capabilities around JAX-RS, we will cover the key architecture components that back the JAX-RS front-end. While viewing the course, you will be able to follow along with the many demonstrations it includes. Each demonstration will build on the previous demonstration to assure you a fluid experience.

  • Workflow changed quite a bit in the SharePoint 2013 release from previous versions of SharePoint. The new workflow platform is implemented with a new product called Workflow Manager 1.0. This course builds off what you learned in the SharePoint 2013 Workflow - Fundamentals and the SharePoint 2013 Workflow - Advanced Topics courses. In this course you will learn how to work with web services in your SharePoint 2013 workflows to meet today's business requirements. You will learn how to read and write to anonymous web services and how to authenticate and interact with the SharePoint 2013 REST API from both SharePoint Designer and Visual Studio when the provided activities don't provide the necessary tools to complete the task. Finally you will also learn how to communicate with secured web services including third party OAuth secured services and how to deploy, and interact, with your own custom secured web services.

  • With the new-found popularity of single-page applications, smartphone applications, and multi-device experiences, web services are becoming increasingly important in the infrastructure of the web and applications. This course will present a few different ways that web services may be created within the .NET framework, ranging from ASMX web services all the way to MVC4 Web API. We will also look at a handful of options available to connect to those web services from a client application. Both Microsoft.NET framework as well as open source options will be explored.

  • ASP.NET Web Services have been around for a long time, but this technology is still widely used today. If you have existing ASP.NET Web Services you are trying to support, you may have realized that it can be difficult to find good information about using them today. In this course you will learn the basics of ASP.NET Web Services and how to use them. We'll start off by talking about the technology and learning about how ASP.NET Web Services work. Then, we'll dive in and create our own simple ASP.NET Web Service and learn about how the technology works. Once we have a web service built, we'll learn how to use .NET's proxy generating utilities to create a consumer for our web service without writing much code. After that, we'll learn how to use ASP.NET Web Service in an existing ASP.NET application to provide AJAX functionality and even see how we can embed service methods in ASPX page. Finally, in the last module, I'll take you through the process of converting a legacy ASP.NET Web Service to newer technologies like WCF and Web API. So, if you need to maintain an existing legacy ASP.NET Web Service application or you are looking to learn enough about ASP.NET Web Service to feel confident in migrating to a newer technology, you'll want to check out this course.

  • This course demonstrates the fundamental techniques used for downloading, reading and writing data in iOS apps. You’ll learn how to download data from an XML web service, parse it and display it in your app. You’ll also see how to perform the same task with a service that serves JSON data. Techniques for storing data locally on an iOS device are covered. These include archiving custom objects as well as reading and writing objects to and from property lists. You will also learn how to use the NSUserDefaults class to read and write simple data such as user preferences. All apps use data of some kind and this course will teach you the fundamental skills you need to get started working with data on the iOS platform. Follow along as we build an iPhone app from scratch and add new functionality in each module.