Last week I gave you a method that,
using SOAP and HttpWebRequest, allowed you to invoke a Web Method without a WSDL or a Web Reference. Well today, I’ll give you an improved version of that method. In fact I’ll give you a whole ready-to-use class with additional functionality.
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Once I had to test in C# a dozen of web services developed by a third-party. However they provided no WSDL and no ASMX – therefore it would be impossible to use Web References. They only provided the name of the web methods, their urls, calling credentials and an XML request example.
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JCDP is a Java library that offers you a convenient way to print debug messages or colored messages on a terminal.
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A month ago, I had a strong
emotional breakdown. Yesterday, I was missing playing Minecraft.
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A download counter not only provides you useful metrics but also gives your visitors a hint about the most popular files.
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Previously I motivated you to
donate to your favorite open source projects. This time I’ll show you really useful online services that require no installation and cost you nothing!
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