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    HTML5 guide: The advent of HTML5 signals a new wave of Web programming methods, and a new slate of standards for enterprise application development.

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    HTML5 browser front ends on new Mobile Web apps give added importance to the 'client' in the client server equation. But SOA has a back-end role too. Scalability is an issue for heavily used applic...

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  • OAuth gains for securing Web services authorization

    OAuth (Open Authorization) allows Web application users to move from site to site without an additional login. It has gained exceptional attention of late in the world of services and security.

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