XML for Fun is all about how to use XML and Web Services in your own applications, just because. Peter Bernhardt shows you that angle brackets aren't just for business applications.
Some of the articles so far:
- Building a Family History Client
In this, the second part of Peter's "Building a Family History Web Service", he shows you a client application that provides a front end to the Web service.
- Building a Family History Web Service
In my next two entries I’m going to review a family history Web service I’ve built using Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition. In this entry, I’ll start with a look at the Web service.
- Using the Google Web Service
If you’re like me, you probably spend more time at Google than any other place on the Internet. It remains my first and usually best choice for Internet-based research. Did you know that Google also has a Web service? With the Google Web service, you can bring the power of the Google search engine to any .NET Framework-based application.
- Using the Amazon Web Services
To kick off the new "XML for Fun" column, Peter Bernhardt looks at how to create client applications that consume a Web service. In this article, he uses the Amazon Web services to build an application that searches for books, music or movies based on keywords.