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This chapter has shown how to sidestep some crippling issues that Ajax can introduce, and has brought to light the true benefit of Ajax. By setting up Ajax functionality properly, you can save your users a lot of grief and do what was intended by this technology in the first place: provide a solid, seamless, powerful web site browsing experience. By combining a solid Ajax framework with simple, clean, easily maintainable server-side PHP, you have yourself a recipe for a successful end product. Now that you ve gone through the ins and outs of Ajax and displaying it properly to the web page, it s time to move on to a slightly more advanced topic: web services. Now, I know this was the big buzz word not too long ago (right before Ajax, seemingly), but that doesn t mean that the technology is now old and stale. Quite the opposite in fact, seeing as you can combine the two to create something truly special. Stay tuned, as 9 moves into some very cool Ajax- and PHP-based functionality.
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efore Ajax became all the rage, web services was the talk of the town. How could it not be, really Web services is a very exciting concept, both for those wishing to allow use of their custom code and information sets, and those eager to make use of such functionality. Basically, web services provide an interface for developers to perform certain operations on a computer external to the script calling the function. Site owners who wish to provide external access to information in their databases can look to web services to take care of business. Web services are designed so that computers running different software and on different networks can easily communicate with each other in a cross-platform environment (typically XML). Web services have already become crucial tools for major content providers, such as Google, PayPal, Amazon, and eBay. Google allows access to its search engine, its mapping system (more on that in 10), and other peripheral services; PayPal allows for payment processing; Amazon allows you to browse its catalog; and eBay allows for other sites to list items for auction in real time. Why is this such a grand concept Well, the answer is simple. Those who have attempted to compile an up-to-date listing of available movie releases, or tried to construct a product catalog filled with, for instance, the latest DVD releases (including up-to-date pricing), will know that a serious time investment is required. Web services provide those who have taken the time to accumulate data or code difficult applications a means to share (and sell!) their hard-earned virtual product. Figure 9-1 shows an example of web services in action. The top image shows the product as it is listed on Amazon. This includes the title, an image, a list of people associated, and its pricing and availability. Using web services, this data can be accessed directly, allowing developers to display each of these properties as they please. In the second part of Figure 9-1, the developer has also included their own data along with the Amazon data (namely the Copies for Trade and Requested Copies data, which is not provided by Amazon.
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Figure 9-1. Companies like Amazon offer web services to their clientele. This content can then be harnessed and used on your own custom web site, as has been done in this case.
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All right, so this web services stuff sounds pretty cool, but how does it work Well, interestingly enough, it works in a similar fashion to your typical client/server relationship. You re used to using a web browser to interact with a server in order to retrieve requested web pages. Web services works in quite a similar way; the only thing that changes is what constitutes a client and a server. When a developer creates a web service, what he is actually doing is creating a set of functions that can be called remotely. The client code then connects to this URL and invokes one or more methods. Additionally, the client code can also get a list of the
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