The power of a web service lies in its simplicity: Web services offer easy access to resources developed and maintained by others. But when gaining that access is tedious and cumbersome, web services lose much of their appeal. Another option is PHP — a web application development language popular primarily for its ease of use, which extends to invoking web services from within PHP applications. Thanks to a snap-in library that performs all the heavy lifting of Simple Object Access Protocol ...

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