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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, and is into web-design, development and Search Engine optimization.

Type: WebService  #Views: 359  Category: Article    

Altova MapForce 2006
Altova MapForce 2006 is the premier data integration and Web services implementation tool. This award winning visual data mapper converts data on-the-fly and also auto-generates data mapping code in multiple programming languages for royalty-free use in your applications. With the power to convert any combination of XML, database, flat file, and/or EDI data, and to build Web services by mapping data sources to WSDL operations, it is the definitive tool for data conversion and Web services development. MapForce is the first and only product to let you choose between XSLT 1.0, XSLT 2.0, XQuery, Java, C++, or C# code generation from your mapping designs. Simply open information source(s) and target(s), drop in data processing functions from the customizable libraries, and drag connecting lines between elements you wish to associate. MapForce 2006 automatically connects matching child elements. Popular function libraries come standard, and you can create and save your own complex data processing functions. MapForce 2006 now integrates with Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and Eclipse, so you can use its advanced functionality from within these leading IDEs. It supports all major databases, including Microsoft Access, SQL Server, MySQL, Oracle, IBM DB2, Sybase, and others. Its unique FlexText feature provides a versatile utility for parsing arbitrarily structured text files and incorporating legacy data in mapping designs. Now, you can also modify EDI configuration files with ease. Once a mapping is defined, you can instantly view the output. Mappings to target XML Schemas produce XML documents, while mappings to databases produce SQL scripts, flat files produce text file output, and EDI files produce EDIFACT or X12 transaction sets. Altova MapForce 2006 is indispensable for anyone facing data integration and Web services implementation challenges

Type: WebService  #Views: 305  Category: Tool    

Free Online Class - Developing Web Services with the Altova Enterprise XML Suite
This class explores contract-first Web services development using the Altova Enterprise XML Suite. Beginning with the development of a Web services description (a WSDL document) using XMLSpy, the student is led through the development of a Web service from back end to front. Along the way, the student will learn how to autogenerate Web services components using MapForce, test a service using XMLSpy as a SOAP client, and explore the use of the XMLSpy SOAP debugger to intercept and investigate SOAP messages generated in a Web service exchange. Register for this FREE class today!

Type: WebService  #Views: 299  Category: Tutorial    

Sonic Actional - SOA Governence
Actional products provide enterprise-grade SOA management capabilities, including service and message flow monitoring, SLA governance, versioning, and security – at extremely low overhead and thus minimal impact on system performance. Every enterprise building or testing an SOA will require the capabilities available in Actional products; whether they are starting to expand early SOA projects, or have a fully deployed enterprise-grade SOA using ESBs, application servers, or other technologies.

Type: WebService  #Views: 463  Category: Website    

WSDL Editor
Stylus Studio provides comprehensive support for working with Web Services and the Web Service Description Language (WSDL) — an XML format for describing network services as a set of endpoints operating on messages containing either document-oriented or procedure-oriented information. This tutorial provides an overview of the WSDL Editor and many other WSDL tools and utilities in that simplify Web service development.

Type: WebService  #Views: 241  Category: Tool    

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: 240  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: 264  Category: Article    

StrikeIron Web Services Marketplace API
The StrikeIron Web Services Marketplace provides online services for selling (publishing) and buying (subscribing to) commercial Web services from multiple providers. Developers can start making money instantly by integrating their applications with multiple Web services from the StrikeIron Marketplace to be seamlessly integrated on-the-fly without ever having to leave their application. This free API includes functionality such as registering a new user to the Marketplace, providing free trials in real-time to desired Web services, providing on-demand usage information, and creating customized WSDLs for each Web service in the Marketplace for usage tracking and providing transaction-based commissions to the partner. And best of all, StrikeIron takes care of all the Web services commercialization infrastructure and process, minimizing the effort and cost so the partner can focus on selling their applications.

Type: WebService  #Views: 246  Category: Tool    

Files Library: Free Software Downloads & Free Press Releases
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Type: WebService  #Views: 421  Category: Resource    

A Visual Approach to Designing Web Services
Do you have a gameplan for implementing reliable Web services? The chain of programming languages, industry standards, and diverse technologies involved in creating an end-to-end Web service can be intimidating – even to skilled and experienced professionals. However, the complementary features of Altova XMLSpy and MapForce automate many of the otherwise complex steps in Web services development so you can concentrate on business rules and logic instead of becoming mired in source code or the arcane implementation details of the infrastructure. To learn more, visit the Altova Solutions Center at: where you'll find specific business scenarios, real-world case studies, technical guidance, video demonstrations, white papers, free online training classes, and a recommended gameplan for Web services success.

Type: WebService  #Views: 541  Category: Resource    

Invoking Web Services
Build advanced Web service applications with Web Service Tools from Stylus Studio. Select from one of the Web Service Tools below to learn more about Stylus Studio's advanced support for working with all Web service technologies, including SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI.
  • Web Service Tester: Stylus Studio includes a Web Service Call Composer (i.e. a SOAP Tester) that alows you to easily invoke Web Service methods from within our powerful XML IDE. Features include the ability to query public UDDI registries for WSDL files, automatic generation of SOAP envelopes, and a results preview window.
  • Web Service Integration: Stylus Studio allows you to use Web services as XML data sources to be used in live XML mapping projects using Stylus Studio XML Deployment Adapters and either XQuery 1.0 or XSLT 2.0, providing a powerful, standards-based approach to Web service data integration
  • Web Service Frameworks: Stylus Studio's Web service tools can be used with all of the major Web service clients, servers and frameworks including: Apache AXIS, Microsoft SOAP Client Toolkit 3.0, Microsoft .NET Server, etc.
  • UDDI, SOAP and WSDL Support: Stylus Studio Web service tools are based on the industry-standard, W3C XML Web service technologies, including WSDL, UDDI and SOAP.

Type: WebService  #Views: 676  Category: Tool    

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: 400  Category: Article    

Web Service Tutorial
Using Stylus Studio's Web service call composer, you can design, compose, and test a Web service call without writing any code. Once Stylus Studio composes the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) request and you have successfully tested it, you can use the SOAP response returned by the Web service as an XML source wherever you use XML documents in Stylus Studio. This web service tutorial covers:

Web service overview, Obtaining WSDL URLs, Modifying a SOAP Request, Testing a Web Service, Saving a Web Service Call, Creating a Web Service Call Scenario.

Type: WebService  #Views: 415  Category: Tutorial    

DotNetSlackers: ASP.NET news for Lazy developers
Your source to get the latest news from well known community and blog sites. Use the email service to get these news directly into your inbox or use the web service to publish the news on your website.

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