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In today’s computing world, everything seems to be web-enabled and available over the internet, for example, banking, food shopping, business applications, your utility bills, and so on.
There are many ways to make applications web-enabled. These include the more traditional approaches of using a web-enabling framework, for example, the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition, and the less-traditional approaches encompassed by the term Web 2.0, such as Ajax, Atom, and RSS feeds, and the like.
In this chapter, we’ll look at some of the ways that ...