Do you need more information about Web Services? The new developerWorks
Theme page can help you. Web services is a newly emerging technology that
will be the feature theme for the next few weeks. To assist you, we are
providing new articles, a forum, and other developer resources that will be
updated throughout the following weeks.
Here are some of the highlights:
Tutorial: Web services: the Web's next revolution
This tutorial by Doug Tidwell is aimed at programmers, Webmasters, and
managers who want to learn more about Web services. It discusses how Web
services work, how they will impact the Web, and how you can use this
The Tao of e-business services
This article by Steve Burbeck details the software engineering concepts
behind the Web Services architecture, how it has evolved, how it is
structured, and how it can be brought into your existing computing
Web Services Toolkit v 2.2
Updated 3/23: The IBM Web Services Toolkit provides a run-time environment
as well as examples to design and execute Web services. In addition, it
provides introductory material for developers who want get started with Web
The Web services (r)evolution: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4
This column takes you through a step-by-step process on understanding how
Web services fits into the world of computing. It will also provide you
with what you need to know to build Web service applications in Java.
WSDL Toolkit 1.1
WSDL Toolkit is a set of tools that allow you to generate client and server
code from a WSDL document.
Check out the IBM e-business approach to Web Services
TSpaces Services Suite
TSpaces services suite is a development toolkit to assist the creation,
discovery, and integration of Web services.