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How to Make a Free Web Site
How to Make a Free Web Site In the present time the internet craze has swept the nation and these days everything and everyone is online. Everyone having fun on internet and get knowledge from the web site. If you want to know how to make a free web site, the good news is that you've set an easy goal for yourself. Learning how to make a free web site is about more than just getting your web domain for free - you need to know how to put information on that site as well. Many domains offering free web sites also feature free online tutorials that will help you write your web pages. Some sites are so user-friendly; you don't have to write any of your own web code at all! You can select colors and font sizes from the domain's own page editing service. When the domain is willing to write your pages for you, it's very easy to learn how to make a free web site. Once you have decided on the topic of your website, it is time to start writing. The text should flow naturally and be divided into easily read paragraphs. Your first objective is to make sure your visitors can easily navigate your website and quickly access your content. According to the web designer point of view If you try hard enough, you can probably come up with some funky style for a page with for example, a new wacky navigational menu. The problem is that everybody expects to see a web page layout follow certain basic rules; navigation sections have to be arranged in a certain way, links have to look a certain way ... being consistent makes the web site easier for the visitor to use. Your site should have content that changes frequently, encouraging return visitors. And once you know how to make a free web site, you'll have your own space on the Internet that others can visit. It's free, it's easy, and it's your own piece of the World Wide Web. After all, everyone else is on the Internet - why should you be left behind? Sean McGill The author is Business Head for www.webdesigningcompany.net, and is into web-design, development and Search Engine optimization. http://www.webdesigningcompany.net

Type: WebService  #Views: 342  Category: Article    

Extending ISV Applications Utilizing Web Services
XML Web services literally can provide plug-and-play functionality with increased flexibility to adapt to change, more efficient use of reusable components, faster development of new capabilities, and platform independence to enable broader usage. Web services are now commercially available for a broad spectrum of functionality and data access opening up new and faster ways for ISVs to extend their application value and appeal to new and broader markets at a fraction of the previous cost of adding new value.

Type: WebService  #Views: 234  Category: Article    

The Next Evolution of Data Integration into Microsoft Excel
Excel, like many Microsoft Office applications, is one of the premier clients of Web services. Once the data is in the hands of those who know how to harness the power of Microsoft Office, business users are freed from the shackles of data access. Today we can expect a new era of knowledgeable business user productivity to unfold. Now that technology exists to thoughtlessly and effortlessly pull data feeds via XML-based Web services into Excel, the creativity and innovation will be limitless. Productivity and profitability based on this surge of information will in turn provide an incentive for more Web services to be created, reinforcing the Web services and Excel partnership for further exploration.

Type: WebService  #Views: 257  Category: Article    

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Service-Oriented Architecture.
Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) has gained widespread acceptance in the enterprise architecture space over the past five years. The constant pursuit of business logic reuse and application ROI seems to have come with little consideration for the hidden costs. This article will go into detail on what everyone in your company needs to know before planning to implement a SOA. For the full article

Type: WebService  #Views: 391  Category: Article    

Oncoming wave with web services
If you are a technocrat always looking for new trends in web development, you must have already heard of web services. Here, in this article we discuss about the standards in web services and the possibilities of web services to become the future of web development.

Type: WebService  #Views: 448  Category: Article    

Implementing XML Signatures in WSS4J
In the first column of this series, I introduced the WSS4J API. In the second column, I demonstrated the use of XSS4J for XML encryption. In the third column, I implemented the encryption features of WSS4J using the concepts discussed in the second column. And the fourth column of this series demonstrated the use of XSS4J to author XML digital signatures.

Type: WebService  #Views: 850  Category: Article    

Talk to SharePoint Through Its Web Services
Microsoft Office 2003 is very tightly integrated with SharePoint by utilizing its Web services. Windows SharePoint Services comes with sixteen different Qeb services. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 supports an additional five Web services. The Web services provided by SharePoint do provide a vast array of features, but not all SharePoint features are accessible through them. If required, you can build your own Web service on top of SharePoint, thus leveraging the managed SharePoint server API itself. The Web service interfaces make it very easy to integrate SharePoint capabilities right into your application.

Type: WebService  #Views: 943  Category: Article    

Explore Intersection, Merge, and Normalization in WS-Policy
WS-Policy is becoming a crucial component of the Web services framework. It is likely that most Web services programmers will encounter the effects of Web service policy at some level. The newly updated public specification for WS-Policy briefly describes various policy processing models such as Normalization, Intersection and Merge. Learn the meaning of these architected operations and some of the implications and considerations that are not immediately obvious.

Type: WebService  #Views: 451  Category: Article    

Web Services Now and When
One of the most significant changes in the software industry has been the arrival of Web services (define), a truly distributed computing model in which applications "talk" to one another.

Type: WebService  #Views: 432  Category: Article    

Web services link information gap
Web services technology is bringing harmony to the Internet's chaotic collection of databases.

Type: WebService  #Views: 480  Category: Article    

OASIS WSRM TC Releases Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-Reliability) Version 1.1
The OASIS Web Services Reliable Messaging Technical Committee has published a milestone version of its Web Services Reliable Messaging (WS-Reliability) specification, including a prose document and four supporting XML schemas.

Type: WebService  #Views: 433  Category: Article    

Forum XWall provides powerful protection for Web services
Safeguarding Web services is a lot like protecting your Web-based applications from attack. The current crop of application-layer security solutions can look for malformed Web traffic, URL tampering, and the like, but it does not look deep into SOAP messages or scrub XML for malicious content, thus leaving Web services exposed.

Type: WebService  #Views: 400  Category: Article    

Secure Web services a sound business practice
Threats to XML Web services don't follow the conventions of traditional network or e-mail attacks. Therefore, network administrators and developers are forced to think outside the box in order to keep those messages safe as they traverse an enterprise network.

Type: WebService  #Views: 393  Category: Article    

Implement and access stateful Web services using WebSphere Studio, Part 5
The Web Services Resource Framework (see Resources) proposes a model for accessing state using Web services. The WS-Resource Properties specification (see Resources) defines how you can query and change the data associated with a stateful resource using Web services technologies. This article shows how changes in the values of resource properties of a WS-Resource can be sent to a client that has subscribed to it in an IBM® WebSphere® Application Server environment using WebSphere Studio Application Developer V5.1.1.

Type: WebService  #Views: 353  Category: Article    

Tour Web Services Atomic Transaction operations
Explore how transactions work in one common and classic form to preserve data integrity, and apply that classical transaction description to the operations of the new Web Services Atomic Transactions (WS-AT) and related Web Services Coordination (WS-C) specifications. Mapping classical to Web services transactions helps you discover that Web Services Atomic Transactions embodies age-old common industry best practices for one kind of transaction.

Type: WebService  #Views: 364  Category: Article    

Web service with a smile
While the core of the Web services set of protocols has been agreed upon, many supporting protocols are still in the shop. Is there value in implementing Web services right now, and how is it best to implement them?

Type: WebService  #Views: 428  Category: Article    

Ballmer bullish on future, bearish on Linux
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer addressed a gathering of software industry leaders in Boston Wednesday, touting his company's vision for a bright future, while casting doubt on alternatives to his company's Windows operating system - in particular, Linux.

Type: WebService  #Views: 357  Category: Article    

Web Services for DB2 Intelligent Miner
Web Services for DB2 Intelligent MinerTM is a collection of Web services that allow clients to describe and perform basic data-mining tasks using XML, XML Schema, and XPath on top of DB2 Intelligent Miner. It provides simple access to the main functions of DB2 Intelligent Miner Modeling and Scoring without requiring a single line of SQL to be written. In data-mining terms, modeling is the step of developing analytical models based on a set of input data. Scoring allows one to apply these models on large databases or single records to predict values. The Web services allow a client to execute these operations as tasks defined in XML. Modeling and scoring can thereby be executed as synchronous or asynchronous calls. Furthermore, the services interchange models by using the Predictive Model Mark-up Language (PMML), which is an open standard for describing data-mining models in XML.

Type: WebService  #Views: 346  Category: Article    

In-Sights into Web Services - Part 2
In the first part of my article we discussed about the various basic elements of Web Services. In this article let me try and explain the Web Services Attributes and Methods in a simpler manner. As told earlier, in .Net a web service is a ASP.NET application with a file that has <.asmx> extension. The <.asmx> file is like the main function in a C program. In other words it is the starting point of the web service application. It can either contain code within itself or code in a code-behind file <.asmx.cs or .asmx.vb> which is the default style followed in Visual Studio.Net.

Type: WebService  #Views: 361  Category: Article    

Bulletproof Web Services
Web services are gaining industry-wide acceptance and usage. They are moving from proof-of-concept deployments to actual usage in mission-critical enterprise applications. While Web services allow businesses to connect to partners and customers, the same flexibility and connectivity provide an increased opportunity for errors.

Type: WebService  #Views: 305  Category: Article    

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