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Davey Shafik's Blog:
Sneak Peek: Zend_Service_Server - name and framework subject to change
Jul 31, 2006 @ 17:59:10

Davey Shafik has posted a bit of a sneak peak at the code for the Zend_Service_Server he's been working up for one of the frameworks - maybe the Zend's.

OK, so I spent this weekend in a coding frenzy, the outcome of this, can be summed up with the [following] small snippet of code. This is just the typical public facing API, of course there is much more to this. I'm waiting to hear some feedback from specific people before I either contribute it to the Zend Framework or release it elsewhere.

The basic idea seems to be a more automated system to handle web services, including REST, SOAP, and XML-RPC handling.

tagged: framework web service automatic server rest wsdl xml-rpc framework web service automatic server rest wsdl xml-rpc

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Davey Shafik's Blog:
Sneak Peek: Zend_Service_Server - name and framework subject to change
Jul 31, 2006 @ 17:59:10

Davey Shafik has posted a bit of a sneak peak at the code for the Zend_Service_Server he's been working up for one of the frameworks - maybe the Zend's.

OK, so I spent this weekend in a coding frenzy, the outcome of this, can be summed up with the [following] small snippet of code. This is just the typical public facing API, of course there is much more to this. I'm waiting to hear some feedback from specific people before I either contribute it to the Zend Framework or release it elsewhere.

The basic idea seems to be a more automated system to handle web services, including REST, SOAP, and XML-RPC handling.

tagged: framework web service automatic server rest wsdl xml-rpc framework web service automatic server rest wsdl xml-rpc

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PHPBuilder.com:
Using XML - A PHP Developer's Primer, Part 4 (Subpart 2)
Apr 26, 2006 @ 16:41:13

PHPBuilder.com has continued their "PHP Developer's Primer" series covering the various uses of XML in PHP with this new tutorial, part two of their "XML-RPC, PHP, and Javascript" coverage.

Continuing with the code developed in part one, they work on creating the PHP server side of things, showing the code to respond to the connections, validate the email address sent, and how to use Javascript to make a connection and call the server.

By the end, you'll have a set of scripts that can ship off an email address to be validated on the server-side with the help of some handy Javascript and a simple backend connection.

tagged: xml developer primer xml-rpc javascript xml developer primer xml-rpc javascript

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PHPBuilder.com:
Using XML - A PHP Developer's Primer, Part 4 (Subpart 2)
Apr 26, 2006 @ 16:41:13

PHPBuilder.com has continued their "PHP Developer's Primer" series covering the various uses of XML in PHP with this new tutorial, part two of their "XML-RPC, PHP, and Javascript" coverage.

Continuing with the code developed in part one, they work on creating the PHP server side of things, showing the code to respond to the connections, validate the email address sent, and how to use Javascript to make a connection and call the server.

By the end, you'll have a set of scripts that can ship off an email address to be validated on the server-side with the help of some handy Javascript and a simple backend connection.

tagged: xml developer primer xml-rpc javascript xml developer primer xml-rpc javascript

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PHPBuilder.com:
Using XML - A PHP Developer's Primer (Part 4) - XML-RPC, PHP and Javascript
Apr 19, 2006 @ 06:51:17

PHPBuilder.com has moved on in their "Using XML: A PHP Developer's Primer" series with this new tutorial posted today - part four, a look at XML-RPC, PHP, and Javascript.

In this article we will demonstrate how PHP can be used to call upon web services provided by third part sites via an XML-RPC server. We will also show you how to create your own XML-RPC and use client-side Javascript to invoke procedures in your PHP scripts.

They start with an overview of what XML-RPC is, how it works, and some sample calls to show you how it's done. From there, they show you how, using the PEAR XML-RPC client, you can connect to Flickr and grab picture information for a specific user. And keep an eye out for the next article in the series. It will cover the other half of the equation - the creation of your own XML-RPC server.

tagged: phpbuilder using xml xml-rpc javascript flickr request phpbuilder using xml xml-rpc javascript flickr request

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PHPBuilder.com:
Using XML - A PHP Developer's Primer (Part 4) - XML-RPC, PHP and Javascript
Apr 19, 2006 @ 06:51:17

PHPBuilder.com has moved on in their "Using XML: A PHP Developer's Primer" series with this new tutorial posted today - part four, a look at XML-RPC, PHP, and Javascript.

In this article we will demonstrate how PHP can be used to call upon web services provided by third part sites via an XML-RPC server. We will also show you how to create your own XML-RPC and use client-side Javascript to invoke procedures in your PHP scripts.

They start with an overview of what XML-RPC is, how it works, and some sample calls to show you how it's done. From there, they show you how, using the PEAR XML-RPC client, you can connect to Flickr and grab picture information for a specific user. And keep an eye out for the next article in the series. It will cover the other half of the equation - the creation of your own XML-RPC server.

tagged: phpbuilder using xml xml-rpc javascript flickr request phpbuilder using xml xml-rpc javascript flickr request

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Richard Heyes' Blog:
Updates to XML-RPC Library
Feb 27, 2006 @ 19:10:40

Richard Heyes has posted two updates about new features of the XML-RPC library that he's been developing.

In this post he mentions the updates he's made to allow the class to send aggregate types (arrays, objects, etc) as well as the ability to use standard HTTP authentication.

He also notes (in this post) he added the ability, via a javascript library, to handle the unserializing of the PHP pulled from the remote server.

For more in formation about the class, you can check out his detailed page...

tagged: xml-rpc library serialize javascript aggregate types xml-rpc library serialize javascript aggregate types

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Richard Heyes' Blog:
Updates to XML-RPC Library
Feb 27, 2006 @ 19:10:40

Richard Heyes has posted two updates about new features of the XML-RPC library that he's been developing.

In this post he mentions the updates he's made to allow the class to send aggregate types (arrays, objects, etc) as well as the ability to use standard HTTP authentication.

He also notes (in this post) he added the ability, via a javascript library, to handle the unserializing of the PHP pulled from the remote server.

For more in formation about the class, you can check out his detailed page...

tagged: xml-rpc library serialize javascript aggregate types xml-rpc library serialize javascript aggregate types

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Taylan Pince's Blog:
Technorati and XML-RPC Pinging
Feb 06, 2006 @ 07:28:59

Taylan Pince has posted a quick new item over on his blog today with a look at how to "ping" services like Technorati and Weblogs to let them know that you've updated your site.

I spent some time today to research the ways I could "advertise" my new blog on the web. I knew about del.icio.us and other web goodies like technorati, but I had never actually used them before. After a bit of googling around and a crash course on tags and pinging, I set up a simple XML-RPC ping module that would notify technorati every time i added or edited an entry here.

He talks briefly about how and where he found the documentation and the simple package he includes to help make it work. After that, he shows the code for both the Technorati version and the weblogs version - a simple five to size line script depending.

tagged: xml-rpc ping technorati weblogs xml-rpc ping technorati weblogs

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Taylan Pince's Blog:
Technorati and XML-RPC Pinging
Feb 06, 2006 @ 07:28:59

Taylan Pince has posted a quick new item over on his blog today with a look at how to "ping" services like Technorati and Weblogs to let them know that you've updated your site.

I spent some time today to research the ways I could "advertise" my new blog on the web. I knew about del.icio.us and other web goodies like technorati, but I had never actually used them before. After a bit of googling around and a crash course on tags and pinging, I set up a simple XML-RPC ping module that would notify technorati every time i added or edited an entry here.

He talks briefly about how and where he found the documentation and the simple package he includes to help make it work. After that, he shows the code for both the Technorati version and the weblogs version - a simple five to size line script depending.

tagged: xml-rpc ping technorati weblogs xml-rpc ping technorati weblogs

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