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Blog Archive for stoicflame during January 2008

The first part of this tutorial walked through the development of a Web service API that exposes its endpoints via SOAP, REST/XML, JSON, GWT-RPC, and AMF. In this second part of the tutorial, we intend to prove out this API. We will walk through building a rich AJAX application with an embedded Flash component. The AJAX application will use GWT-RPC to access the API while the Flash movie will...
So you've got a web application that needs to expose a Web service API. Maybe you're going to be writing a Rich Internet Application (RIA) using Flex or some AJAX Framework. Or maybe you'll be developing a desktop application that needs to interface with your online data. Or perhaps you've got a few business partners that want to integrate with your application. Whatever the reason, you need...
If you haven't checked out the Enunciate project recently, you may want to give it another look to see how it can improve the development, deployment, and consumption of your Web service API. Enunciate 1.6 was just released with support for mounting your JAX-WS endpoint classes via AMF (thanks to Adobe's release of BlazeDS). This should be really interesting to Flex developers. Not only will you...