SOAP vs REST.

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SOAP vs REST is a comparison that many programmers or even software architects usually ask themselves when developing APIs for their systems, but what is really the difference between them? Is it that one is superior to the other? Could it be that REST came to replace SOAP? Well, in this article we will try to solve this great doubt.

SOAP, acronym for Simple Object Access Protocol, has been for many years the dominant focus in Service

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