Mashups -- The evolution of the SOA, Part 1 , Web 2.0 and foundational concepts

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Stephen Watt

Date archived: May 14, 2019 | First published: October 25, 2007

The first of a series, this article provides a general overview of the characteristics and technologies related to the term Web 2.0 so that a platform can be laid for a detailed discussion about how they relate to Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) development. The second part in the series examines the current state of IT and SOA in the enterprise and discusses what situational applications and a mashup ecosystem can offer. The third part describes the IBM® Mashup Starter Kit (IBMMSK) and how you can use it to develop situational applications.

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ArticleTitle=Mashups -- The evolution of the SOA, Part 1: Web 2.0 and foundational concepts