In this article we've learnt more about XMLHTTP and how we can use it to simulate a web service.
In the next installment of this article I will discuss the implementation of a web services in .NET using SOAP with Webclient classes, exploiting the power of the .NET System.IO libraries.
I will also take a look at Google's API in a case study for RPC over HTTP using a Webclient in .NET.
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