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Web Service Composition

by Charles J. Petrie

This book carefully defines the technologies involved in web service composition and provides a formal basis for all of the composition approaches and shows the trade-offs among them. By considering web services as a deep formal topic, some surprising results emerge, such as the possibility of eliminating workflows. It examines the immense potential of web services composition for revolutionizing business IT as evidenced by the marketing of Service Oriented Architectures (SOAs). The author begins with informal considerations and builds to the formalisms slowly, with easily-understood motivating examples. Chapters examine the importance of semantics for web services and ways to apply semantic technologies. Topics included range from model checking and Golog to WSDL and AI planning. This book is based upon lectures given to economics students and is suitable for business technologist with some computer science background. The reader can delve as deeply into the technologies as desired.

Web Service Security: Scenarios, Patterns, and Implementation Guidance for Web Services Enhancements (WSE) 3.0

by Microsoft Corporation

There are a considerable number of options available to architects and developers when it comes to Web service security. The WEB SERVICE SECURITY guide helps developers and architects make the most appropriate security decisions in the context of the solution's requirements. This asset contains reliable, accurate guidance on how to design and implement secure Web services.

Web Services – ICWS 2018: 25th International Conference, Held as Part of the Services Conference Federation, SCF 2018, Seattle, WA, USA, June 25-30, 2018, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science #10966)

by Hai Jin Qingyang Wang Liang-Jie Zhang

This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Web Services, ICWS 2018, held as Part of SCF 2018 in Seattle, WA, USA in June 2018. The 31 full papers together with 1 short paper published in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 116 submissions. They are organized in topical sections such as Web Services, RESTful web services, Web Services Description Langugage, Universal Description Discovery and Integration, Service discovery and interfaces, Domain-specific security and privacy architectures, Location bases services, Sercurity Services and Markup languages.

Web Services – ICWS 2019: 26th International Conference, Held as Part of the Services Conference Federation, SCF 2019, San Diego, CA, USA, June 25–30, 2019, Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science #11512)

by John Miller Eleni Stroulia Liang-Jie Zhang Kisung Lee

This volume constitutes the proceedings of the 26th International Conference on Web Services, ICWS 2019, held as part of SCF 2019 in San Diego, CA, USA in June 2019. The 11 full papers together with 1 short paper published in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 31 submissions. ICWS has been a prime international forum for both researchers and industry practitioners to exchange the latest fundamental advances in the state of the art and practice of Web-based services, to identify emerging research topics, and to define the future of Web-based services. Topics include Internet services modeling, discovery, composition, testing, adaptation, delivery, as well as standards.

Web Services and Formal Methods

by Emilio Tuosto Chun Ouyang

This book constitutes the thoroughly refereed post-workshop proceedings of the 10th International Workshop on Web Services and Formal Methods, WS-FM 2013, held in Beijing, China, in August 2013. The 8 papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 19 submissions. They cover aspects such as control-flow relations using Petri nets, consistency of cloud stores, model checking, model-drives design, analysis of context-aware systems.

Web Services Essentials

by Ethan Cerami

As a developer new to Web Services, how do you make sense of this emerging framework so you can start writing your own services today? This concise book gives programmers both a concrete introduction and a handy reference to XML web services, first by explaining the foundations of this new breed of distributed services, and then by demonstrating quick ways to create services with open-source Java tools. Web Services make it possible for diverse applications to discover each other and exchange data seamlessly via the Internet. For instance, programs written in Java and running on Solaris can find and call code written in C# that run on Windows XP, or programs written in Perl that run on Linux, without any concern about the details of how that service is implemented. A common set of Web Services is at the core of Microsoft's new .NET strategy, Sun Microsystems's Sun One Platform, and the W3C's XML Protocol Activity Group. In this book, author Ethan Cerami explores four key emerging technologies: XML Remote Procedure Calls (XML-RPC) SOAP - The foundation for most commercial Web Services development Universal Discovery, Description and Integration (UDDI) Web Services Description Language (WSDL) For each of these topics, Web Services Essentials provides a quick overview, Java tutorials with sample code, samples of the XML documents underlying the service, and explanations of freely-available Java APIs. Cerami also includes a guide to the current state of Web Services, pointers to open-source tools and a comprehensive glossary of terms.If you want to break through the Web Services hype and find useful information on these evolving technologies, look no further than Web Services Essentials.

Web Services, Formal Methods, and Behavioral Types

by Thomas Hildebrandt António Ravara Jan Martijn van der Werf Matthias Weidlich

This volumecontains the refereed joint proceedings of two initiatives that have beendevoted to the formal foundations of complex systems: the WS-FM:FASOCC 2014 andWS-FM/BEAT 2015 workshops. The 11th International Workshop on Web Services and Formal Methods: FormalAspects of Services-Oriented and Cloud Computing, WS-FM 2014, took place inEindhoven, The Netherlands, in September 2014. The 12th International Workshopon Web Services, Formal Methods, and Behavioral Types, WS-FM 2015, took placein Madrid, Spain, in September 2015. The total of 8 papers presented in this volume was carefully reviewed andselected from 18 submissions. They were organized in topical sections named:expressiveness of behavioral models; service-oriented systems, and behavioraltypes.

Web Services Foundations

by Quan Z. Sheng Athman Bouguettaya Florian Daniel

Web services and Service-Oriented Computing (SOC) have become thriving areas of academic research, joint university/industry research projects, and novel IT products on the market. SOC is the computing paradigm that uses Web services as building blocks for the engineering of composite, distributed applications out of the reusable application logic encapsulated by Web services. Web services could be considered the best-known and most standardized technology in use today for distributed computing over the Internet. Web Services Foundations is the first installment of a two-book collection covering the state-of-the-art of both theoretical and practical aspects of Web services and SOC research. This book specifically focuses on the foundations of Web services and SOC and covers - among others - Web service composition, non-functional aspects of Web services, Web service selection and recommendation, and assisted Web service composition. The editors collect advanced topics in the second book of the collection, Advanced Web Services, (Springer, 2013). Both books together comprise approximately 1400 pages and are the result of an enormous community effort that involved more than 100 authors, comprising the world's leading experts in this field.

Web Services on Rails

by Kevin Marshall

This PDF will show you how your small business or enterprise can publish its APIs (application programming interface) to a developer community just like the behemoths of the Internet--Google, Yahoo!, eBay, and Amazon. These giants already offer their APIs to other programmers and allow for add-on services and mash-ups to develop from them--but until recently, the capability for most enterprises to do the same was limited by a myriad of competing standards and a lack of easy-to-use tools to accomplish the task. Ruby on Rails levels the playing field for companies by simplifying the process of building web services and documenting APIs. Now with Rails, enterprise-quality tools are available for all developers. In this document, we'll look at how Ruby on Rails makes building web service clients and servers simple and fun. Along the way, we'll give working examples and code details so you can see just how everything works.

Web Services Testing with soapUI

by Charitha Kankanamge

Web Services Testing with soapUI starts with an overview of SOA and web services testing, and gets your hands dirty with a sample project which makes use of open source web service engine, Apache Axis2. All demonstrations and hands-on exercises are based on this sample project. This book is a practical and comprehensive tutorial for easy and efficient web services testing to build high quality service-oriented solutions. This book directly targets software quality assurance professionals, software project managers, and software developers interested in automated or manual testing web services and SOA. Whether you are a seasoned SOA professional or a novice user, with this book you'll learn to effectively use soapUI in testing service-oriented solutions for functional as well as non-functional web services.

Web Site Cookbook

by Doug Addison

The total number of web pages today has been estimated at over 3 billion, spanning millions of individual websites. Not surprisingly, there is tremendous pressure on web developers and designers to remain current with the latest technologies. The Web Site Cookbook from O'Reilly covers all the essential skills that you need to create engaging, visitor-friendly websites. It helps you with the practical issues surrounding their inception, design, and maintenance. With recipes that teach both routine and advanced setup tasks, the book includes clear and professional instruction on a host of topics, including: registering domains ensuring that hostnames work managing the directory maintaining and troubleshooting a website site promotion visitor tracking implementing e-commerce systems linking with sales sites This handy guide also tackles the various elements of page design. It explains how to control a reader's eye flow, how to choose a template system, how to set up a color scheme, and more. Typical of O'Reilly's "Cookbook" series, the Web Site Cookbook is written in a straightforward format, featuring recipes that contain problem statements and solutions. A detailed explanation then follows each recipe to show you how and why the solution works. This question-solution-discussion format is a proven teaching method, as any fan of the "Cookbook" series can attest to. Regardless of your strong suit or your role in the creation and life of a website, you can benefit from the teachings found in the Web Site Cookbook. It's a must-have tool for advancing your skills and making better sites.

Web Site Measurement Hacks

by Eric T. Peterson

In order to establish and then maintain a successful presence on the Web, designing a creative site is only half the battle. What good is an intricate Web infrastructure if you're unable to measure its effectiveness? That's why every business is desperate for feedback on their site's visitors: Who are they? Why do they visit? What information or service is most valuable to them? Unfortunately, most common Web analytics software applications are long on functionality and short on documentation. Without clear guidance on how these applications should be integrated into the greater Web strategy, these often expensive investments go underused and underappreciated. Enter Web Site Measurement Hacks, a guidebook that helps you understand your Web site visitors and how they contribute to your business's success. It helps organizations and individual operators alike make the most of their Web investment by providing tools, techniques, and strategies for measuring--and then improving--their site's usability, performance, and design. Among the many topics covered, you'll learn: definitions of commonly used terms, such as "key performance indicators" (KPIs) how to drive potential customers to action how to gather crucial marketing and customer data which features are useful and which are superfluous advanced techniques that senior Web site analysts use on a daily basis By examining how real-world companies use analytics to their success, Web Site Measurement Hacks demonstrates how you, too, can accurately measure your Web site's overall effectiveness. Just as importantly, it bridges the gulf between the technical teams charged with maintaining your Web's infrastructure and the business teams charged with making management decisions. It's the technology companion that every site administrator needs.

Web Sites Do-It-Yourself For Dummies

by Janine Warner

A step-by-step guide to creating your first Web siteEverybody's building cool web sites, but how? Web Sites Do-It-Yourself For Dummies, 2nd Edition, shows you how, with simple, step-by-step instruction that will build your confidence as you build your site.You'll learn to plan your site and secure a domain name, how to use Dreamweaver for site construction, and how to test and publish your site. You'll also learn about designing a blog, creating a podcast, adding Flash, and even how to make money with your Web site. Dummies makes it easy and fun!Perfect for those who've never attempted a Web site before, including small-business owners, the family historian, amateur genealogists, and travel buffsExplains using Web site creation tools including Dreamweaver, Photoshop Elements, Flash, and WordPressShows how Web pages work, how to plan and design your site, and what to look for in Web hosting servicesCovers editing and creating Web graphics and text, how to customize a site for different purposes, testing, and publishing your siteProvides information on blogs, podcasts, adding Flash, and making money from your siteWeb Sites Do-It-Yourself For Dummies, 2nd Edition shows you how to create a Web site you'll be proud of.

Web Squared: Web 2.0 Five Years On

by Tim O'Reilly John Battelle

Ever since we first introduced the term Web 2.0, people have been asking, What's next? Assuming that Web 2.0 was meant to be a kind of software version number (rather than a statement about the second coming of the Web after the dotcom bust), we're constantly asked about Web 3.0. Is it the semantic web? The sentient web? Is it the social web? The mobile web? Is it some form of virtual reality? It is all of those, and more. The Web is no longer a collection of static pages of HTML that describe something in the world. Increasingly, the Web is the world "everything and everyone in the world casts an information shadow, an aura of data which, when captured and processed intelligently, offers extraordinary opportunity and mindbending implications. Web Squared is our way of exploring this phenomenon and giving it a name.

Web Standards

by Leslie F. Sikos

Web Standards: Mastering HTML5, CSS3, and XML provides solutions to the most common web design problems, and gives you a deep understanding of web standards and how they can be implemented to improve your web sites. You will learn how to develop fully standards-compliant, mobile-friendly, and search engine-optimized web sites that are robust, fast, and easy to update while providing excellent user experience and interoperability. The book covers all major web standards for markup, style sheets, web typography, web syndication, semantic annotations, and accessibility. This edition has been fully updated with the latest in web standards, including the finalized HTML5 vocabulary and the full list of CSS3 properties. Web Standards: Mastering HTML5, CSS3, and XML is also a comprehensive guide to current and future standards for the World Wide Web, demonstrating the implementation of new technologies to address the constantly growing user expectations. Web Standards: Mastering HTML5, CSS3, and XML presents step-by-step guides based on solid design principles and best practices, and shows the most common web development tools and web design frameworks. You will master HTML5 and its XML serialization, XHTML5, the new structuring and multimedia elements, the most important HTML5 APIs, and understand the standardization process of HTML 5. 1, HTML 5. 2, and future HTML5 versions.

Web Style Guide: Foundations of User Experience Design

by Patrick Lynch Sarah Horton Ethan Marcotte

A classic reference book on user interface design and graphic design for web sites, updated to reflect a rapidly changing market Consistently praised as the best volume on classic elements of web site design, Web Style Guide has sold many thousands of copies and has been published around the world. This new revised edition confirms Web Style Guide as the go-to authority in a rapidly changing market. As web designers move from building sites from scratch to using content management and aggregation tools, the book's focus shifts away from code samples and toward best practices, especially those involving mobile experience, social media, and accessibility. An ideal reference for web site designers in corporations, government, nonprofit organizations, and academic institutions, the book explains established design principles and covers all aspects of web design--from planning to production to maintenance. The guide also shows how these principles apply in web design projects whose primary concerns are information design, interface design, and efficient search and navigation.

Web Technologies and Applications

by Ruichu Cai Kang Chen Liang Hong Xiaoyan Yang Rong Zhang Lei Zou

This bookconstitutes the refereed proceedings of the workshops held at the 17thAsia-Pacific Web Conference, APWeb 2015, in Guangzhou, China, in September2015. The 15 fullpapers were carefully reviewed and selected from various submissions. The volumepresents the papers that have been accepted for the following workshops: BigData Applications in Telecoms, BDAT 2015, Big Social Data, BSD 2015, and WebData Mining and Applications, WDMA 2015. The papers cover various issues in thearea of the World Wide Web with the underlying technologies and applications.

Web Technologies and Applications

by Feifei Li Kyuseok Shim Kai Zheng Guanfeng Liu

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 16th Asia-Pacific Conference APWeb 2014 held in Changsha, China, in September 2014. The 34 full papers and 23 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 134 submissions. The papers address research, development and advanced applications of large-scale data management, web and search technologies, and information processing.

Web Technologies and Applications

by Feifei Li Kyuseok Shim Kai Zheng Guanfeng Liu

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 16th Asia-Pacific Conference APWeb 2014 held in Changsha, China, in September 2014. The 34 full papers and 23 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 134 submissions. The papers address research, development and advanced applications of large-scale data management, web and search technologies, and information processing.

Web Technologies and Applications

by Zhiwei Zhang Jia Zhu Xiaoyan Yang Rong Zhang Wenjie Zhang Atsuyuki Morishima Lijun Chang Tom Z. J Fu Kuien Liu

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of three workshops held at the 18th Asia-Pacific Web Conference, APWeb 2016, in Suzhou, China, in September 2016: the Second International Workshop on Web Data Mining and Applications, WDMA 2016, the First International Workshop on Graph Analytics and Query Processing, GAP 2016, and the First International Workshop on Spatial-temporal Data Management and Analytics, SDMA 2016. The 27 full papers included in this book were carefully reviewed and selected from 37 submissions. The goal of these workshops is to promote the new research directions and applications, especially on web data, graph data, and spatial-temporal data management and analytics.

Web Technology: Theory and Practice

by Akshi Kumar

This book intends to expound the complete concept of Web in Theory, Web in Research and Web in Practice with the help of worked out examples for better understanding. Planned as a comprehensive reading for beginners and a reference for advanced learners, the book includes latest developments and approaches related to the World Wide Web.

The Web Was Done by Amateurs: A Reflection on One of the Largest Collective Systems Ever Engineered

by Marco Aiello

This book stems from the desire to systematize and put down on paper essential historical facts about the Web, a system that has undoubtedly changed our lives in just a few decades. But how did it manage to become such a central pillar of modern society, such an indispensable component of our economic and social interactions? How did it evolve from its roots to today? Which competitors, if any, did it have to beat out? Who are the heroes behind its success?These are the sort of questions that the book addresses. Divided into four parts, it follows and critically reflects on the Web’s historical path. “Part I: The Origins” covers the prehistory of the Web. It examines the technology that predated the Web and fostered its birth. In turn, “Part II: The Web” describes the original Web proposal as defined in 1989 by Tim Berners-Lee and the most relevant technologies associated with it. “Part III: The Patches” combines a historical reconstruction of the Web’s evolution with a more critical analysis of its original definition and the necessary changes made to the initial design. In closing, “Part IV: System Engineering” approaches the Web as an engineered infrastructure and reflects on its technical and societal success.The book is unique in its approach, combining historical facts with the technological evolution of the Web. It was written with a technologically engaged and knowledge-thirsty readership in mind, ranging from curious daily Web users to undergraduate computer science and engineering students.

Web-Weaving

by Peter Lloyd Paula Boyle

Intranets and Extranets are the fastest growing use of internet technology and are being adopted by a large number of organizations. `Web-Weaving' is a book for managers which illustrates the benefits and pitfalls of using technology to enhance internal and external connections. The book brings together a number of the hottest subjects in IT and Organizational Development using contributions from innovative thinkers and practitioners in both areas. The first section defines what web-weaving actual is, describing the huge range of communication technology available to organizations at the moment. The second section reviews web-weaving in practice using case studies of companies using intranet and extranet technology. The third section brings together commentaries from leading players in both the IT and Human Resources fields to predict the future of web-weaving and the huge impact it will have on the way organizations and the people within them will work together in the future.

Web Workers

by Ido Green

Web apps would run much better if heavy calculations could be performed in the background, rather than compete with the user interface. With this book, you'll learn how to use Web Workers to run computationally intensive JavaScript code in a thread parallel to the UI. Yes, multi-threaded programing is complicated, but Web Workers provide a simple API that helps you be productive without the complex algorithms. If you have an intermediate to advanced understanding of JavaScript-- especially event handling and callbacks--you're ready to tackle Web Workers with the tools in this example-driven guide. Start creating Web Workers and understand what they can and can't do Determine which browser versions support the API Use dedicated Web Workers for tasks that consume a lot of CPU, such as data parsing Explore use cases for creating inline Workers, such as encapsulating a web app in one page Create a shared Worker to communicate multiple web app instances to the server, and other uses Learn best practices for debugging Web Workers Apply Web Workers within the server-side Node environment

web2py Application Development Cookbook

by Pablo Martin Mulone Mariano Reingart

This is a cookbook and you may read the chapters in any order. The recipes need not be read sequentially. There are a good amount of code examples and relevant screenshots to ease learning pains. The target audience are Python developers with basic knowledge of web2py who want to gain further knowledge of web2py

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