In this e-book, we’ll cover some of these key points:
AWS is the most popular cloud computing provider in the world. This course will teach you to build a full-featured web application written in Go, integrating it with several popular AWS services. Get started
With AWS leading the market in cloud platform technology, and the Go programming language surging in popularity, there is ever-growing demand for the intersection of these skills. In this course, Building Web Applications with the AWS SDK for Go, you’ll learn to utilize the power of the AWS platform, building high performance and highly scalable web applications, written in Go. First, you’ll dive into user authentication using Cognito. Next, you’ll learn to use DynamoDB, a powerful NoSQL database, for data storage. Finally, you’ll cover deploying a web application to AWS using Elastic Beanstalk, along with best practices for logging and monitoring with CloudWatch. By the end of this course, you’ll have a solid foundation upon which to build your own cloud-native web applications in Go, running on AWS. Get started
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Customer Case Study
By switching to ASP.NET 2.0, we were able to implement the required functionality more than twice as fast with one-third the resources as compared with PHP. – I made a few enemies in the PHP community with this one!
Here I focus on a solution for serializing collections in ASP.NET Web Services.
My pièce de résistance!
Published by Wrox Press, Ltd. (October 2001)
Web Services are self-describing, modular applications. The Web Services architecture can be thought of as a wrapper for the application code. This wrapper provides standardized means of: describing the Web Service and what it does; publishing it to a registry, so that it can easily be located; and exposing an interface, so that the service can be invoked – all in a machine-readable format. What is particularly compelling about Web Services is that any client that understands XML, regardless of platform, language and object model, can access them.
This book provides a snapshot of the current state of these rapidly evolving technologies, beginning by detailing the main protocols that underpin the Web Services model (SOAP, WSDL, and UDDI), and then putting this theory to practical use in a wide array of popular toolkits, platforms, and development environments.
The technologies presented in this book provide the foundations of Web Services computing, which is set to revolutionize Distributed Computing, as we know it.
This book is for developers wanting to learn what web services are, and how to create, register, and deploy them. In teaching the core technologies, we assume knowledge of XML from the outset.
The web services model is rapidly growing as an option for deploying reusable, component-based functionality over the internet. Exposing these services is the Simple Object Access Protocol, which defines a lightweight mechanism for invoking these services or transactions.
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