Re: Web Services Framework of Choice
I've used Axis 1, Axis 2 and XFire in the past; each with varying
levels of success but I have most often and most recently chosen XFire
(moving to CXF) because of its ease of use, how it gets out of the way
(unlike Axis 2) and performance (over Axis 1). I think each has an
Eclipse plugin that can help you get going with consuming or
publishing a web server.
On Nov 15, 2007 9:00 AM, Scott Mitchell <scott@...> wrote:
> So, if you were starting from scratch on a web services project what
> framework/approach would you take these days? I can tell you that in our
> situation we have a Spring managed middle tier in case that colors the
> conversation at all. We obviously have to support SOAP, but REST is of
> interest as well.
> XFire (now CXF?) looks interesting. Enunciate
> (http://enunciate.codehaus.org/) also looks interesting, but I don't know if
> it really has legs.
> Any thoughts/experiences would be very welcome.
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