This Thursday: Web Service Discussion Group Ignites!


What: Our first of three quarterly Ignite-style presentations from UW people using Web services –- 5 minutes and 20 slides each! Each presentation will be followed by a 5 minute Q&A period. We also have a slightly longer session scheduled on the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a topic of importance to anyone who deals with student data.

When: Thursday, December 2, 2010 from 3:30-5pm.

Where: Odegaard Undergraduate Library, Room 220

Who: Here’s the agenda…

• Virjean Edwards – FERPA and You

• Dan Boren – Web App Security: Two Things You Gotta Know

• James Renfro – RESTful Workflow

• Josh Ritter – Google Sites Integration via RESTful APIs

• Paul Schurr – The Genesis of XML and JSON Web Services

• Heather Sherman – Reporting with Google Visualization

• Jody Tate – Web Service Views Using jQuery UI

———————————– Web services discussion group info ———————————–

We meet once per quarter, from 3:30-5:00 PM in Odegaard Undergraduate Library, room 220. The meeting dates are: 12.2.10, 2.17.11 and 5.19.11.

To discuss Web services of all flavors, please email questions, suggestions, challenges, etc. to: appdev@u.washington.edu

Our Web service blog is located at: http://depts.washington.edu/ontheroa/

The UW Web services Registry is located at: http://webservices.washington.edu/

And finally, don’t forget a free service available to the UW developer community–Web Service Design Reviews. If you are designing, developing, or integrating a Web service and would like some help, call on us!

More information is available here: https://sig.washington.edu/itsigs/Web_Services_Design_Review

–Tom Lewis

  1. #1 by Dan B - July 29th, 2011 at 13:28

    I realize this may be a reach, but it seems like some smart people might read this…..

    I’m searching for a utility that will take a WSDL and convert it into example JSON objects so I can simply “fill in the blank” with my own variable data and submit it to the web service.

    Anyone heard of anything like that?

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