SFB Guide to Web Services

A web service is simply a service created by someone else and provided over the Internet that supplies data and/or functionality which can be used on your website. Alternatively you could provide a web service from your own website that allows others to use your content. There are lots of different examples of web services and a few will be examined later. The value of each web service is very dependent upon what your website is used for but they can provide useful, interesting and live data that will enable you to engage with your visitors and look to convert them into sales leads and customers. The key is to include functions that add value to your website without detracting from your core message. Web services rely on the passing of data between the website and web service and to be effective they require fast connection speeds like those provided by Superfast Broadband.

SFB Guide to Web Services

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Ian Elcoate

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Thursday, June 5, 2014 - 16:06

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