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Developing Web Services Using PHP
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Developing Web Services Using PHP
A web service consists of a server to serve requests to the web service and a client to invoke methods on the web service. The PHP class library provides the SOAP extension to develop SOAP servers and clients and the XML-RPC extension to create XML-RPC servers and clients.

Here's a tutorial on how to create XML-RPC and SOAP webservices in cases where REST won't do.
Addressing Doubts about REST
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Addressing Doubts about REST
In this article, I will try to address 10 of the most common doubts people have about REST when they start exploring it, especially if they have a strong background in the architectural approach behind SOAP/WSDL-based Web services.

JOpera for Eclipse
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JOpera for Eclipse
JOpera for Eclipse is a rapid service composition tool offering a visual language and autonomic execution platform for building distributed applications out of reusable services, which include but are not strictly limited to Web services.

WSO2 Web Services Framework/PHP
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WSO2 Web Services Framework/PHP | WSO2 Oxygen Tank
WSO2 Web Services Framework/PHP (WSO2 WSF/PHP), a binding of WSO2 WSF/C into PHP is a PHP extension based on Apache Axis2/C for providing and consuming Web Services in PHP.
WSO2 WSF/PHP supports both SOAP 1.2 and SOAP 1.1, WS-Security UsernameToken, REST style invocation and WS-* stack specifications: SOAP MTOM, WS-Addressing version 1.0 and submission.
Available as an external extension, WSO2 WSF/PHP is released under Apache License, Version 2.0

Roots of the REST/SOAP Debate
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Roots of the REST/SOAP Debate
In order to communicate over networks we need standardized data formats and protocols. But how do we move forward toward this goal? One popular debate centers around the best way to define new data formats. XML dominates this area and so the primary question left is how and whether to use schemas and if so, what schema language to use. This paper will address a different question: How will we standardize the protocols used to transport the XML documents? This paper will describe three different strategies and attempt to summarize their strengths and weaknesses from the point of view of a partisan.

PHP SOAP Extension
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PHP SOAP Extension
The SOAP extension that comes with PHP 5 is an attempt to implement the Web services stack support for PHP. Unlike most other efforts to support Web services for PHP, the SOAP extension is written in C. Hence it has the advantage of speed, over the other extensions.

SOA antipatterns
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SOA antipatterns
Explore different Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) antipatterns, which are descriptions of commonly occurring situations or solutions that generate decidedly negative consequences.
ZeeMaps
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ZeeMaps
Decent international geocoding (address to geographical location) API published as REST, XMLRPC and SOAP webservice.
Flickr Services
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Flickr Services
One of the coolest features of Flickr is the open API.
Everything is open aand available trough REST, XMLRPC and SOAP calls
XML-RPC vs. SOAP
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XML-RPC vs. SOAP
A comparison of the two protocols