VB.NET Uncovered: Services Rendered, Page 4
Phew! Today, we've taken a lightning tour of Web Services, the more-flexible version of DCOM found in VB.NET.
We've created our own simple Web Service, explored it via a browser interface, then discovered and used it within our application.
Next, it's time for you to explore and start pushing this technology to its limits - start creating your own services, use different parameter data types, find out how the whole process works internally via the help file.
In the fifth instalment, we'll be looking at data access in VB.NET. It's called ADO.NET, but what do you get? Find out next time.
And so until then, this is Karl Moore signing off for tonight, wishing you all a very pleasant evening. Goodnight!
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