W3C Recommendations Enhance SOAP Performance

Andre Crone

Read this today on http://w3.org:

The World Wide Web Consortium today released three W3C Recommendations to improve Web services performance by standardizing the transmission of large binary data. “Web services have just become faster and more usable,” said Yves Lafon (W3C).

In short this means that binary data should be transported faster and more efficient to and from webservices.

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