Web Services (Computer Sci. Sem. V Mumbai Univ)

ISBN Number : 978-93-5299-426-7

Student Price : Rs.150

Student Dollar Price : 6$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2018

No. Of Pages : 160

About The Book

It is a great pleasure for presenting First Edition of Revised syllabus of the Book "Web Services" to the students of B.Sc. Computer Science. This book is written to cover all the topics of syllabus prescribed by the University of Mumbai for T.Y.B.Sc. Computer Science.

Anyone familiar with the software industry is aware that Web services are one of 2002's hottest new technologies. Microsoft coined the term "Web services" in June 2000, when the company introduced Web services as a key component of its .NET initiative, a broad new vision for embracing the Internet in the development, engineering and use of software. As others began to investigate Web services, it became clear that the technology could revolutionize distributed computing. Software vendors quickly established Web services strategies and began to enhance their products with support for Web services standards. Now, nearly every major vendor—including Sun Microsystems, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Oracle and BEA Systems—is marketing Web services tools and applications.

Web services encompass a set of related standards that can enable any two computer applications to communicate and exchange data via a network, such as the Internet. The primary standard used in Web services is the Extensible Markup Language (XML), developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). XML is a meta-language for describing data and creating markup languages; developers use XML tags to describe individual pieces of data, forming XML documents. Since XML documents are text-based, they can be processed on any platform. XML's portability and its rapid adoption throughout the industry made it an obvious choice for enabling cross-platform data communication in Web services.

XML provides the foundation for many core Web services standards, including the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP), the Web Services Description Language (WSDL) and the Universal Description, Discovery and Integration (UDDI) specification. SOAP is an XML vocabulary (i.e., an XML-based markup language developed for a specific industry or purpose) that enables programs on separate computers to interact across a network, such as the Internet or a company intranet. WSDL, another XML vocabulary created for Web services, allows developers to describe Web services and their capabilities in a standardized format. UDDI is a framework that defines XML-based registries in which businesses can publish information about themselves and the services they offer.

The concept and theory of each topic is followed by the theoretical explanation. Some self-assessment questions and all practical solutions of Web Services according to University pattern are provided at the end of this book. Efforts have been made to make the text easy to read and understand. In this book, we have covered all types of programs expected by University of Mumbai in practical examination. At the end of this book, sample question paper is given for the students practice.


Contents -

Unit - I
1 Web Services Basics
Unit - II
2 The REST Architectural Style
Unit - III
3 Developing Service-Oriented Applications with WCF
Web Services Practicals

About The Author

Prof. Kiran Gurbani, is currently Head of Computer Science, Department of R.K. Talreja College of Arts, Science & Commerce. She started journey of teaching from the year 1994 from Jondhale Engineering College, CDAC Center of Pune and Mumbai and later joined R.K.T. College. Subsequently, working for Post Graduate M.Sc. Computer Science and Information Technology and Professor in number of premium colleges. Overall 17+ years of experience as a Trainer / Academic In-charge / SME on varied technology platform.

She is a professor from last 17 years for various technologies, object oriented C++, Java, Visual Basic, DoT Net (VB.NET and ASP.NET), Unix shell scripting, Linux Administration, Oracle, SQL, Cloud Computing, Virtualization and Cloud management, web technologies, Software Engineering, Software testing, JBOSS and Web Logic, Parallel and Distributed computing, ADBMS, C# and Internet Technologies.

She is freelancer corporate trainer for the companies–Capgemini, Oracle, c-Edge, seed, CDAC for Unix shell scripting with Ant Technology, Linux, Cloud and Software Engineering (SSAD,OOAD), Networking CCNA and Middleware. She is a Guest faculty for ICWA, MMS Systems and Technologies and M.Sc. Computer Science and Information technology.

She has conducted several workshops and seminars for students and faculties of all over Mumbai. She is Freelancer trainer in various premium colleges of Mumbai and Thane for Troubleshooting of Linux for undergraduate and postgraduate and performed mini projects on Domain creation and uploading website of a company through apache web server, Mini project on Samba server for sharing Windows and Linux machines with Authenticated Users, Mini project of handling data and creating groups, users and authenticate them through Shell scripts of Linux. She is resource person in the training programs for organisations and premium colleges at University Level.

She is Leading as a Project Guide for Final Year Students of Undergraduate and Postgraduate for .NET & Android & Cloud management. She published books on Visual Basic, C++ Programming, Linux Operating System, Java and Data Structures.

She has published several papers:
(1) Different ICT Devices
(2) Problems Faced by Women’s in Career-building
(3) Different Mechanisms of Cloud Storage
(4) OpenStack Private Cloud with GitHub
(5) Probabilistic Independence Virtualization Database with NOSQL Database System Analysis in Bigdata.

Miss. Shrutkirti Shelar – Shrutkirti Shelar is Lecturer, Computer Science Department of R.K. Talreja College of Arts. Science & Commerce. She started journey of teaching for Post Graduate MSC Computer Science & Information Technology and undergraduate B.Sc. Computer Science & Information Technology.
She is a Lecturer from Last 7+ Years for various technologies-Java. DoT Net (VB.NET & ASP.NET). web technologies. Python, C and ICWAI.
She is leading as a Project Guide for Final Year Students of under Graduate & Post Graduate for NET.
She published a book on imperative programming.

Priti Shailendra Palkar, is the Coordinator of IT department in N.G. Acharya and D.K. Marathe College, Chembur, Mumbai.

She has been teaching B.Sc. (CS and IT) and M.Sc. (IT) students for 13 years.

Shrutika Babu Waghmare -

M.Sc. (IT)

Assistant Professor,

Cosmopolitans Valia College,

D.N. Nagar, Andheri (West).

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