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Unit-Testing XML

Posted by Stefan Bodewig on  Jun 11, 2007

Today, almost every modern application consumes or produces XML. Stefan Bodewig explains the challenges in testing XML-based applications, and shows how to use the XMLUnit Java Framework to do so. 8

Using Java to Crack Office 2007

Posted by Ted Neward on  Jun 04, 2007

Ted Neward demonstrates how Office 2007 files can be read and written without anything more complicated than the native JDK itself. 25

Interview: Frank Cohen on FastSOA

Posted by Stefan Tilkov on  Apr 05, 2007

InfoQ had a chance to talk to Frank Cohen about his FastSOA methodology and architectural patterns. We have also published a one-chapter excerpt from his book on the topic. 6

Versatile RESTful APIs Beyond XML

Posted by James Stewart on  Mar 13, 2007

Rails makes it easy to support micro-format standards alongside XML in RESTful applications, potentially opening them up to a wider audience and/or reducing their bandwidth requirements. 1

10 Principles of SOA

Posted by Stefan Tilkov on  Feb 27, 2007

In this article, Stefan Tilkov proposes 10 principles to serve as a basis for SOA discussions, focusing on abstract concepts that are independent from any particular vendor framework. 6

Arjen Poutsma on Spring Web Services

Posted by Stefan Tilkov on  Jan 31, 2007

Spring Web Services creator Arjen Poutsma talks about Spring's WS stack and the different approach it has to building Java Web services. 7

Simple JAVA and .NET SOA interoperability

Posted by Paul Hammant, Ian Cartwright, ThoughtWorks, Inc on  May 12, 2006

.NET and Java interop can be made really simple using a REST document centric approach. This article demonstrates REST for interop as well as POST-REST. 4

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