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ASP.NET Web Service Basics

Introduction

We can now use ASP.NET to create Web Services based on industrial standards including XML, SOAP, and WSDL.

A Web Service is a software program that uses XML to exchange information with other software via common internet protocols. In a simple sense, Web Services are a way of interacting with objects over the Internet.

A web service is

  • Language Independent.
  • Protocol Independent.
  • Platform Independent.
  • It assumes a stateless service architecture.
  • Scalable (e.g. multiplying two numbers together to an entire customer-relationship management system).
  • Programmable (encapsulates a task).
  • Based on XML (open, text-based standard).
  • Self-describing (metadata for access and use).
  • Discoverable (search and locate in registries)- ability of applications and developers to search for and locate desired Web services through registries. This is based on UDDI.

Web Service History

  • Microsoft coined the term “Web services” in June 2000, when the company introduced Web services as a key component of its .Net
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Internet Basics: What is the Internet?

Lesson 1: What is the Internet?

Introduction

The Internet is an increasingly important part of everyday life for people around the world. But if you’ve never used the Internet before, all of this new information might feel a bit confusing at first.

Throughout this tutorial, we’ll try to answer some basic questions you may have about the Internet and how it’s used. When you’re done, you’ll have a good understanding of how the Internet works, how to connect to the Internet, and how to browse the Web.

What is the Internet?

The Internet is a global network of billions of computers and other electronic devices. With the Internet, it’s possible to access almost any information, communicate with anyone else in the world, and do much more.

You can do all of this by connecting a computer to the Internet, which is also called going online. When

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Computer Basics: What is a Computer?

Lesson 2: What is a Computer?

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What is a computer?

A computer is an electronic device that manipulates information, or data. It has the ability to store, retrieve, and process data. You may already know that you can use a computer to type documents, send email, play games, and browse the Web. You can also use it to edit or create spreadsheets, presentations, and even videos.

Watch the video below to learn about different types of computers.

Looking for the old version of this video? You can still view it here.

Hardware vs. software

Before we talk about different types of computers, let’s talk about two things all computers have in common: hardware and software.

  • Hardware is any part of your computer that has a physical structure, such as the keyboard or mouse. It also includes all of
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What Is Digital Marketing: Basics and Career Opportunities

Digital marketing. A fancy word that surfaces across every industry. It contains a whole world of opportunities for organizations and professionals alike. So, let’s start the discussion on what is Digital Marketing.

Digital Marketing Definition:

Whenever we advertise or market a product or service or anything that can be sold through an online medium, it comes under the bracket of digital marketing. The time you start a television ad or email marketing campaign, you connect with through various digital channels such as mobile applications, social media, email, search engines, etc. 

Throughout this guide, we will tell you about digital marketing channels and types of digital marketing techniques.

If you believe that digital marketing is a new concept, you’d be making a Himalayan blunder. It is actually 10 years old. In the early 2000s, when the radio was born, the world saw the first instance of digital marketing.

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