Apr 07, 2011 — 3 comments
The aim of this example is to create a simple PHP script that cam be fed a url from the command line and xml from the standard in. It will then send the xml to the url and get the response. This works with http and secure http or https too. Use this PHP script to quickly and easily test your web services or third party web services. This also demonstrates reading from standard in or STDIN.
The aim of this tutorial is to demonstate a simple yet effective Perl based webcrawler. In this example we will initially open a socket to a starting website, grab the links and then recursively trawl those links for more links. This builds on the previous perl tutorial Perl Socket and File Example. This is a great starting point to building your very own customized web crawler. I am not using the Mechanize package as the aim is to keep everthing light and tight and hard core
The aim of this tutorial is to write a simple 'Hello World' web service and client using the Axis2 framework. We will write and deploy the service, then run wsdl2java to create the client stubs and finally, create the client that connects to the service. Easy to understand step by step instructions.
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