Web of Services refers to message-based design frequently found on the Web and in enterprise software. The Web of Services is based on technologies such as HTTP, XML, SOAP, WSDL, SPARQL, and others.
W3C seeks to integrate payments seamlessly into the Open Web Platform. The result will be new business opportunities, an improved user experience for online transactions, reduced fraud, and increased interoperability among traditional solutions and future payment innovations.
Transferring data from one domain to another domain or between applications needs sometimes a secure transaction and well defined document authentication. XML Encryption and XML Signature are key pieces of the XML security stack.
Internationalization of Web services concerns service descriptions, communicating language and locale, and internationization of human-readable messages exchanged by services.
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W3C Lead in Web of Things work, Dave Raggett, will participate in the expert panel "Creating a standards framework for IoT" to present the case for open standards for bridging the silos and the opportunity cost incurred in ignoring this, and to explain what W3C’s role is and how it relates to other alliances and standards development organizations.
Europe’s leading IoT conference, the IoT Tech Expo will be arriving in Berlin on 1-2nd June for its 2nd annual event where it will host two days of top level content and discussion, introducing and exploring the latest innovations in the Internet of Things arena.
There will be case studies and 6 dedicated conference tracks covering the entire IoT ecosystem including Smart Transportation & Cities, Developing for the IoT, Connected Industry, IoT in Enterprise, IoT Innovations & Technologies and Data & Security, in addition to a free exhibition.