[RussMiles:SOA Ranch] Service Oriented Blips on Rails

by M. David Peterson

Update: Sylvain has just posted a FANTASTIC overview of LLUP, looking at things from the view point of the importance of its transport protocol independence, and some of the problems we have specifically set-out to help solve in regards to reducing the use of network resources, allowing for those same resources to process more information, in less time. I would encourage you to stop by for a visit just as soon as you have a chance.

Thanks Sylvain!

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[Original Post]
Just got a ping from Russ regarding an article he just finished up that implements an LLUP subscription web service that communicates between Ruby on Rails and the .NET platform via a SOAP-based Blip Messaging service,

SOA Ranch - Articles - SOA and Rails, Part 1

This article, the first in a series of three from Russ Miles, will cover how to get started with a simple web service in Rails. We're going to create a web service and then test for interoperability with a simple C# application.


Now some most every last one of ya might be asking,

"Huh?"


in which I would respond,

Excellent question... Thanks for asking. :)

[From the above linked post from Russ]

2 Comments

tiffanymarket
2006-12-15 06:29:37
Lisp Integration Vista Smalltalk is descended from a Lisp interpreter that I started working on several years ago. I switched to Smalltalk syntax when the kernel was finally able to support messaging and dynamic object creation. Now, I have begun
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thank you
explanatory Milan
2007-03-29 06:33:33
Update: Sylvain has just posted a FANTASTIC overview of LLUP, looking at things from the view point of the importance of its transport protocol independence, and some of the problems we have specifically set-out to help solve in regards to reducing the use of network resources, allowing for those same resources to process more information, in less time. I would encourage you to stop by for a visit just as soon as you have a chance.
I do not agree. Go to http://www.driversjobs.info/sup_Italy/grew_Lombardia/explanatory_Milan_1.html